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Infographic: Add safety to your holiday marketing mix

Food, shopping and travel are all the buzz this time of year. However, health care communicators can add another important topic into content marketing: fire safety.

The U.S. Fire Administration has suggestions to keep people and property safe during festivities. This infographic reminds us:

  • Never leave cooking equipment unattended.

  • Don’t overload extension cords for lights and decorations.

  • Discard worn decorations that have frayed wires.

  • Display window candles with caution.

  • Prevent children and pets from sleeping near space heaters or open fires.

  • Make sure carbon monoxide and smoke alarms are operating properly.

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What methods will you use to pass these tips along to your community?

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Infographic: Fireworks safety tips for the Fourth

The July Fourth holiday and the summer months invite a slew of injuries from misuse of fireworks. Adult men suffer the most harm during this time.

As the U.S. celebrates freedom and patriotism, there’s an increase in emergency room visits around Independence Day.

The most common wounds that health care providers deal with are burns and lacerations.

The Consumer Product Safety Council’s new infographic on fireworks safety says:

  • Nearly 70 percent of fireworks injuries in 2014 occurred in the month surrounding the July Fourth holiday (June 20 through July 20).

  • More than 35 percent of people injure their hands when using explosives.

  • Some 20 percent of people hurt by fireworks suffer head injuries, including damage to their faces and ears.

To best protect adults and kids from injuries this season, law enforcement and health care officials encourage people to view professional fireworks shows, rather than igniting their own fireworks.

For those gathering in their neighborhoods to use bottle rockets, sparklers and firecrackers, communicators can share the CPSC tips. Take a look:

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Patient Safety Orgs Cut Ties With Denham

Patient safety advocate Charles Denham, MD, denies taking kickbacks from a product manufacturer, but the National Quality Forum and the Leapfrog Group are parting ways with him. – Physician Leadership News