COMMUNITY SAFETY PROGRAMS

In 2014, the National Safety Council recorded that 136,600 unintentional deaths occurred in the United States, of which 98,600 happened in either the home or in public.  The St. Joseph Safety and Health Council is dedicated to preventing these accidental injuries and deaths by providing public education and awareness.  The Council has several programs that are offered on a regular basis, and are willing to work with you to develop a presentation that fits your needs.  We will also attend safety and health fairs, and provide safety and prevention literature upon request.

 

Community Presentation Topics

Staff members of the Safety Council are available to present information to your employees, organizations, schools, and other groups on various safety issues.  Topics may include, but are not limited to:

  • Seasonal Safety Information
  • Holiday Safety
  • Poison Prevention
  • Fire Prevention
  • Sexual Assault/Personal Safety
  • Traffic Safety
  • Stranger Danger

For more information, to suggest a presentation topic, or to schedule a speaker contact the Safety Council at (816) 233-3330 or email sjsc@stjoesafetycouncil.org.