Recreational and Home Injury Prevention

Spring & Summer Safety

Spring and summer are great times to engage in outdoors activities such as swimming, biking, playing outside, and grilling, but it is also a time when injuries occur.  By taking simple, common-sense precautions, you can have fun and stay safe at the same time.

Playground & Bicycle Safety

Swimming & Boating Safety

Rural & Agricultural Health and Safety

Pet Safety

Traumatic Brain Injury & Concussions

Fire Safety/ Carbon Monoxide Safety

Falls Prevention for Children


Winter Safety

Winter provides new challenges in preventing injuries. Fires in the home are more common because of the increase in cooking activities and heating fires, holiday decorations, and winter storms. Below are some resources and tips to keep your family safe this winter.

Winter Home Safety

Holiday Kids Safety

Contact Information:

Jeremy Funk
Trauma and Injury Epidemiologist, Division of Trauma and Injury Prevention 


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