BE SAFE

KNOWEDGE AND PREVENTION ARE POWERFUL TOOLS FOR YOUR SAFETY

How do you prevent foodborne illness at the all-day 4th of July family picnic?

Does your family have an emergency plan so you can be self-sufficient for a week—without the help of rescue teams—in case of an earthquake or other large-scale emergency?

What can you do to reduce your newborn baby’s risk of sudden infant death syndrome?

We’ve got the answers you need.

OUR ROLE

We have gathered the most current and reliable sources of information on the most popular safety topics. We hope you find them helpful in living as safely as possible—no matter what comes your way.

For more information, contact:

Food safety: Jim Zimny (360) 728-2300 jim.zimny@kitsappublichealth.org
Emergency Preparedness: Jessica Guidry (360) 728-2267 jessica.guidry@kitsappublichealth.org.


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