Summer Safety

Beat the Heat

After a long winter, many people look forward to enjoying summer weather. However, the heat can be a health risk. Please visit the following sites for tips on staying safe in the summer:

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Be safe under the sun

Outdoor activities are common during the summer, but make sure you stay safe under the sun to avoid sunburns and skin cancers.

  • Use sunscreens of SPF30 or more.
  • Wear clothings that protect your skin
  • Seek shade
  • Wear sunglasses to protect your eyes
  • Avoid the sun when the UV index is high

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Having fun safely in the water

Many people spend time around water during the summer. Please check out these safety tips from the Canadian Red Cross:

Have fun and stay safe!

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