Tag: safety

Trends in Child Safety

| August 15, 2016
Trends in Child Safety

Arizonans remain on red alert about our responsibility to protect children from abuse and neglect as we hear about horrible cases of parents killing children, children suddenly removed from group homes due to safety concerns, and a judge holding the Department of Child Safety in contempt of court due to a lack of timely services to families…

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Women’s Self Defense Workshop – January 16th

| January 4, 2016
Women’s Self Defense Workshop – January 16th

Empowerment through Self Protection and Awareness For Women ages 12+ Date: Saturday, January 16th Time: 9 a.m. to Noon (Please arrive by 8:30 a.m.) Where: Killip Elementary School 2300 East 6th Avenue, Flagstaff For More information, Contact the Instructor: Reginald Mitchell reginald@enemyslayer.com 505-879-1865

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Car Seats: Information for Families

| December 21, 2015
Car Seats: Information for Families

One of the most important jobs you have as a parent is keeping your child safe when riding in a vehicle. Each year thousands of young children are killed or injured in car crashes. Proper use of car safety seats helps keep children safe. But with so many differ- ent car safety seats on the […]

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If you are going to sled – sled safely

| January 2, 2015
If you are going to sled – sled safely

If you are going to sled – sled safely Shawn Bowker, R.N., C.E.N., C.R.R.N. If sledding down a snow-covered hill is your family’s idea of fun this winter, make sure you know how to sled smart before heading outside. Sledding is a popular wintertime activity, but it’s important that you and your children know the […]

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If you are going to sled – sled safely

| December 19, 2014
If you are going to sled – sled safely

If you are going to sled – sled safely Shawn Bowker, R.N., C.E.N., C.R.R.N. If sledding down a snow-covered hill is your family’s idea of fun this winter, make sure you know how to sled smart before heading outside. Sledding is a popular wintertime activity, but it’s important that you and your children know the […]

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Distracted Driving Ordinance Enforcement Begins Nov. 22

| November 19, 2014
Distracted Driving Ordinance Enforcement Begins Nov. 22

Distracted Driving Ordinance Enforcement Begins November 22 The ordinance prohibits a motor vehicle operator from using a portable communications device while driving unless they are using a hands-free mobile device. Drivers found violating Coconino County’s ordinance that prohibits the use of portable communication devices while driving could be cited. For the purpose of informing and […]

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ASCC Upcoming Early Childhood Workshops and Directors Meeting Notices

| October 20, 2014
ASCC Upcoming Early Childhood Workshops and Directors Meeting Notices

Association of Supportive Childcare (ASCC) invites you to take advantage of the following great opportunities for Professional Development:  2014 Health and Safety Series of three classes – perfect opportunity for new child care staff to learn about licensing basics ASCC training workshops planned through December Child Care Provider Directors Networking Meeting on Wednesday, October 29th […]

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Dump the Drugs/ National Take Back Day

| April 3, 2014
Dump the Drugs/ National Take Back Day

Illegal use of prescription drugs is on the rise with children and youth in our community and nationally. This event allows people a safe and legal way to dispose of the drugs and keep our kids safe in the process.

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Infant CPR and Safety Class

| April 3, 2014
Infant CPR and Safety Class

The Flagstaff Medical Center is offering a FREE class designed for parents, family, friends and caregivers of infants and children. This class covers injury prevention, environmental emergencies, home safety and car-seat education.

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Safezone Training

| February 6, 2014
Safezone Training

The LGBTQA office of Northern Arizona University is holding safe zone training. A SafeZone is a place where all people feel welcome and safe. It may be a room, a car, or an entire school campus. This training is great for providers, teachers, and individual’s who work with children and youth. This session will give participants the skills they need to provide support and to create environments that are safe, welcoming and inclusive.

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