Safety Moments

Using a Safety Moment in Scouting Activities

Safety Moments are exactly what the name implies: opportunities to prepare for an activity, review safety measures, and report incidents correctly. Topics of this new series include incident reporting helps, safe use of medication in Scouting, weather-related safety, winter activity, and winter sports.

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Acute Mountain Sickness Recognition and Prevention
All-Terrain Vehicles
Annual Health and Medical Record
Aquatics Safety
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Be Prepared for High Adventure
Bunk Beds
Campout Safety Checklist
Carbon Monoxide Poisoning—at Home or Camp
Chain Saws
Charcoal Safety
Christmas Tree Sales and Holiday Fire Safety
Climbing
Code of Conduct
Combating Obesity
Concussions
Conjunctivitis/Pink Eye
CPR
Cyber Safety
Depression
Diabetes
Distracted Driving
Emergency Action Plan
Energy Drinks
Family Camping
First Aid Kits
Food-Borne Illness
Frostbite
Generators
Guide to Safe Scouting
Hammock Camping
Herbicides
Hiking
Homesickness
Horses
Hypothermia
In Case of Emergency
Incident Reporting Helps
Indoor Bodyflight
Insurance
Is It Scouting?
Ladder Safety
Life Jackets / Personal Flotation Devices
Nap On Safely
Noise Safety/Awareness
Orthopedic Injuries
Poison Control Centers
Poisonous Plants
Pre-Event Medical Screening
Propane Stoves
Psychological First Aid
Resilience
Risk Advisory for High-Adventure Activities
Risk Assessment
Rocket Safety
Safe Use of Medication in Scouting
Safety Afloat
Safety Data Sheets
Scouting Safely Online Resource
Scouts First Helpline
Shooting Safety
Sky Lanterns
Snake Bites
Stroke
Sun Safety
Trailer Theft
Trampoline Park Safety
Transporting Scouts Safely
Unauthorized & Restricted Activities
Violent Intruder
Water Bottle Rockets
Weather-Related Safety
Wilderness First Aid
Winter Activity
Winter Sports
Wounds
Youth Suicide Prevention
Zip Lines