Safety Tip 028: Lock up your property and keep an eye on your neighbors.
Safety Tip 027: Wishing everybody a Merry Christmas. Stay safe-stay home-wear a mask-wash your hands.
Safety Tip 026: It is important to stay in contact with relatives and friends that may be shut in or quarantined due to Covid.
Safety Tip 025: When venturing out, wear your mask and keep a safe distance.
Safety Tip 024: Don't drink and drive!
Safety Tip 023: Safety is a broad subject. Practice it in your daily life.
Safety Tip 022: Look both ways before you cross the bridge.
Safety Tip 021: Try to protect yourself. Stay safe.
Safety Tip 020: If your smoke detector is over 10 years old...replace it! The Fire Department has some.
Safety Tip 019: Keep Your Stuff Locked Up! Don't Make Yourself An Easy Target! If You See Something Call The Police!
Safety Tip 018: Stop, Look, and Listen at all railroad crossing and be alert at all street intersections.
Safety Tip 017: Stay Hydrated in the Summer Heat.
Safety Tip 016: Whether at home or out and about be aware of your surroundings.
Safety Tip 015: Stay safe! Avoid large crowds!
Safety Tip 014: Make sure you lock your doors before you leave for an extended period of time.
Safety Tip 013: Look both ways when crossing the street.
Safety Tip 012: April Showers = Wipers On! Lights On!
Safety Tip 011: Stay home where you belong and stay safe.
Safety Tip 010: Wash Your Hands.
Safety Tip 009: Your safety is your responsibility; never take risks when it comes to safety.
Safety Tip 008: Check on your elderly neighbors & outdoor pets.
Safety Tip 007: Beware of your surroundings.
Safety Tip 006: Check your home fire alarms & escape plan.
Safety Tip 005: Turn off, unplug, and extinguish all decorations when going to sleep or leaving the house.
Safety Tip 004: Check and prepare the fireplace before using it.
Safety Tip 003: Keep Christmas trees fresh by watering daily.
Safety Tip 002: Keep combustibles at least 3 feet from heat sources.
Safety Tip 001: During the Holiday Season make sure you store gifts in a secure area out of site. This includes your vehicle and home!
The following checklists/ guidelines are designed to prevent the spread of any communicable illness (including the common cold and flu) which is also effective in preventing the spread of COVID-19.
Here's a link to a number of checklists from the ODH - https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/covid-19/home/covid-19-checklist s/covid-19-checklists
Here's a link to our the WCHD website on COVID-19 - https://www.wayne-health.org/coronavirus
Following these checklists will give us practical and actionable ways to help prevent the spread of illness. It hopefully would also help keep panic from escalating!