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Safe Communities Northumberland County
Safe Communities Northumberland County shared a photo.2 weeks ago
Your child does not need to be knocked out (lose consciousness) to have had a concussion. Your child might experience one or more of the following ⤵️ www.parachute.ca/concussion #CheckforConcussion #ConcussionEd
Safe Communities Northumberland County
Safe Communities Northumberland County shared a photo.1 month ago
Survey results show that most Canadians🇨🇦 believe that, if a product is available for sale, it is safe or has been tested for safety. But this is not always the case. Learn more: http://ow.ly/R1M050xvnIi #TurnSafetyOn #ProductSafety
Safe Communities Northumberland County
Safe Communities Northumberland County shared a post.1 month ago
Keep matches and lighters out of the sight and reach of children.

Matches and lighters can be deadly in the hands of children. If you smoke, have only lighter or book of matches and keep it with you at all times. #12daysofholidaysafety

Tune into CKOL radio for your chance to win a holiday fire safety prize package.
Safe Communities Northumberland County
Safe Communities Northumberland County shared a post.1 month ago
Use extension cords wisely.

Avoid overloading circuits with plugs and extension cords, as this can create overheating that could result in fire. Never put cords under rugs. #12daysofholidaysafety

Listen to CKOL radio for your chance to win a Holiday Fire Safety prize package.
Safe Communities Northumberland County
Safe Communities Northumberland County shared a photo.1 month ago
#HolidaySafetyTips
Keep choking hazards away from children under three years of age, including: small objects, latex balloons 🎈, nuts, popcorn, hot dogs, raw carrot sticks/chunks and other hard fruits and vegetables http://ow.ly/TKPA50xvgkX
Safe Communities Northumberland County
Safe Communities Northumberland County shared a post.1 month ago
With the holidays right around the corner, Operation Red Nose will be ramping up! We are looking for more volunteers to help us get people and their cars home at the end of the night.

December 6, 7, 13, 14, 20, 21, & New Years Eve (Dec 31)

If you are available any or all of the nights, we would love to have you as part of our team. As always, our volunteers are well fed by generous caterers and we have a lot of fun. If you can help, please fill out our volunteer application online!
https://ymcanrt.org/orn/

Twitter

2 weeks ago
The snow is starting to pile up - with more on the way! Make sure all vents are clear to ensure that carbon monoxide can exhaust properly from your home. #COSafety @CitySSM @UnionGas https://t.co/xHN2lUzIhB SafeCommNthld photo
4 weeks ago
Wishing everyone a safe and happy holiday season.
1 month ago
Never leave a young child alone near a fireplace🔥. The glass can heat up to more than 200 °C (400 °F) in about 6 min and it takes an average of 45 min for the barrier to cool down to a safe temperature after the fire has been extinguished. #TurnSafetyOn https://t.co/EQeU2VxbDb https://t.co/eqQb6AO7zH SafeCommNthld photo
1 month ago
Be Bright - Be Seen - Be Safe https://t.co/5Co3tib3i6
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Ontario Ministry of Transportation @ONtransport
Attn pedestrians: be sure to wear bright or reflective clothing when it’s dark outside. Keep yourself safe. #BeAware and #BeAlert.

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#PedestrianSafety #SafetyTip https://t.co/hahrhQUDF4
2 months ago
Be Bright - Be Seen - Be Safe
That's the message we are taking with us to the local evening parades! See you in #Warkworth on December 6th! https://t.co/zmsaSlGBvT
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2 months ago
A new helpline will provide support for caregivers in Ontario who are caring for a loved one with mental or physical health issues: https://t.co/MI5iE6s2Lc #BellLetsTalk