With the summer upon us, it’s a good time to talk about what risks we face this time of year. During the next few months, safety issues to pay attention to include heat-related illness, traffic crashes, overdoses and more. Whether you’re at work, on the road, in your community, at home or anywhere in between, it’s important to stay educated on how to identify and prevent risks to stay safe.
DID YOU KNOW?
On Monday, June 26, 2023 Lorraine Martin, president and CEO of the National Safety Council, spoke about the importance of making safety personal. She also shared tips on preventing heat-related illness during the hot summer months, discussed traffic fatalities and drug overdoses, provided free safety resources and told viewers how they can promote the importance of safety by getting involved on social media.
For more information, please visit: safetyispersonal.org
MORE ABOUT LORRAINE MARTIN:
Lorraine Martin is the president and CEO of the National Safety Council, a nonprofit with a century-long legacy of eliminating preventable deaths and injuries from the workplace to anyplace. Throughout her 35 years of experience in aerospace, including leading and developing global and international businesses as an executive at Lockheed Martin, Lorraine has been singularly focused on showing up for safety and supporting employees to reach their full potential. As a leader of the National Safety Council, Lorraine is passionate about helping people live their fullest lives. She is the chair of the Road to Zero Coalition, with more than 900 organizations focused on eliminating roadway fatalities by doubling down on proven measures, advancing technology and building safe systems. She is spearheading national conversations on eliminating workplace fatalities through promising technologies, addressing impairment and safety leadership.
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