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Safety campaign aims to ‘Keep It Safe and Simple’

Safety campaign aims to ‘Keep It Safe and Simple’

| February 2, 2017 | 0 Comments

In an effort to make every activity safe, injury and fatality free, the Command Safety Office (CSO) wants to provide a centralized “One-Stop-Shop” resource for our teammates that can be easily and quickly accessed from multiple devices.

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Safety award nominations due by end of October

Safety award nominations due by end of October

| October 14, 2016 | 0 Comments

Nominations for unit and individual 2016 safety awards are due to the U.S. Army-Pacific Safety Office by Oct. 31.

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500th MI conducts ‘Safety First Initiative’

500th MI conducts ‘Safety First Initiative’

| April 29, 2016 | 0 Comments

About 1,244 Soldiers were injured and 22 died because of an accident on duty, according to U.S. Army Accident Information Accident Statistics, last year.

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R U @ risk for distracted driving?

R U @ risk for distracted driving?

| April 22, 2016 | 0 Comments

Say the words “distracted driving” and most folks think of teens who text or gab excitedly with each other while navigating the streets.

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Take a Stand! for safety with tips on traffic, turkey

Take a Stand! for safety with tips on traffic, turkey

| December 11, 2015 | 0 Comments

The holidays bring good times and good cooking, but all must be extra vigilant when celebrating at holiday gatherings.

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Taking a stand is as simple as being neighborly

Taking a stand is as simple as being neighborly

| November 13, 2015 | 0 Comments

Seeing flames leaping up from your neighbor’s back deck can be pretty startling, said Sgt. 1st Class Brian Stewart, with the command’s communications and electrical maintenance.

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Driving while ‘intexicated’ is expensive

Driving while ‘intexicated’ is expensive

| July 24, 2015 | 0 Comments

As incidents of distracted drivers have grown, the state has levied fines of at least $100 to not more than $200, with heavier fines between $300-500 for repeat offenses.

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