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Summer is upon us, and many are looking forward to returning to fun-filled outdoor activities. When recreating outdoors in the summer, don’t let safety take a backseat.

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Social media graphic on U.V. safety showing a service member putting on sunblock

Suggested social media message: DYK UV exposure is the most preventable cause of skin cancer? This summer, remember to cover exposed skin, wear sunglasses, and use sunscreen with SPF of 15 or higher. https://www.hprc-online.org/physical-fitness/environmental-extremes/sun-safety   #SummerSafety


Social media graphic on U.V. safety showing a service member wearing sunglasses

Suggested social media message: Don’t forget skin and eye protection when enjoying summer activities! Too much unprotected sun exposure contributes to long term skin and eye diseases that can be prevented with simple precautions. https://www.cancer.org/healthy/be-safe-in-sun.html   #SummerSafety”


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Suggested social media message: Don’t let safety take a backseat this summer! Scroll through to see tips to stay safe while enjoying fun-filled outdoor activities. https://www.nsc.org/home-safety/tools-resources/seasonal-safety/summer  #SummerSafety


Social media infographic on summer safety showing a beach scene

Suggested social media message: As #COVID19 restrictions begin rolling back, summer fun is on everyone’s minds. Don’t forget to follow these #SummerSafety tips to keep you and your loved ones safe. https://health.mil/News/Articles/2021/06/03/Safety-tips-for-the-101-critical-days-of-summer


Social media infographic on summer safety showing a beach scene

Suggested social media message: Summer fun is in full swing. Remember to take precautions to keep you and your loved ones safe while enjoying your favorite summer activities. https://www.health.mil/Military-Health-Topics/Total-Force-Fitness/Environmental-Fitness/Summer-Safety #SummerSafety


Social media infographic on summer safety showing a beach scene

Suggested social media message: As temps heat up, #WaterSafety is essential. Enjoy the water safely this summer by following these tips. https://www.redcross.org/about-us/news-and-events/news/2021/steps-you-should-take-to-help-stay-out-of-harms-way.html   #SummerSafety

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