Transcript: When you driving, put your phone out of reach. Turn your notifications off Have someone else text it for you if it's important. A lot of passengers Driving at night Cellphones Driving Under the Influence Driving under the influence Loud Music 10,322 people died from drunk driving crashes. 50-75% of convicted drunk drivers continue to drive on a suspended license. An average drunk driver has driven drunk 80 times before their first arrest. Texting while driving At any given moment across America, approximately 660,000 drivers are using cell phones or manipulating electronic devices while driving. Individuals who drive while sending or reading text messages are 23% more likely to be involved in a car crash than other drivers. Identification If you are drinking, have a designated driver to pick you up and bring you home safely. Call a taxi or other alternate transportation. Sleep over at the persons house you are drinking at. Preventing texting while driving Driving Safety By: Hannah Tucker and Abby Helgeson Distracted Driving Hook Preventing drunk driving Do you know how risky driving is?
Transcript: I could help others be safe by following the rules of the road. Seatbelt and Speed Limit Laws Why driving safety skills and knowledge important to me? So I know what to do on the road because I maybe driving in a few years and when you are driving it’s not only my life on the line it’s others too. Two of the rules of the road are wear your seatbelt and drive at the speed limits, these are very important when driving. Seatbelts: Definition: a belt or strap securing a person to prevent injury, esp. in a vehicle or aircraft. Always wear your seatbelt in a car no matter the distance. We wear a seatbelt to keep us safe because they secure us and help prevent injures. Speed Limits: Definition:the maximum speed at which a vehicle may legally travel on a particular stretch of road. Always follow the speed limit they are there so we all go the same speed when driving. those are some of the thing you need to know about driving safety ! Thanks for watching ! Something that is very important to carry with you at all times is a first aid kit. A first aid kit is a kit that has supplies and equipment that can be use for first aid.You need a first aid kit with you in a car because what if you get hurt in the car and need a bandage,what do you do; you'd use the first aid kit ! Driving Safety ! ~ Zindeh Scere Child Safety Seats How can I help others to be safe? For bleeding and broken bones you won't need to worry about too much unless you are in a situation where you need to know,here are the basics: bleeding: clean the wound then wrap the gauze softly and neatly.Remeber to keep leg relaxed (if the person is bleeding serverely call 911). Broken bone:keep leg relaxed, make a sprint or sling and wrap fractured area,call 911. That is what you would need to do. When you are driving there are certain rules intact so that no one gets hurt.They are called the rules of the road. Some of the rules of the road are: - Wear your seatbelt - Drive at the speed limit, don’t go above or beyond the limit - Watch for pedestrians - Pedestrians : watch for cars - Don’t drink and drive - Don’t text and drive - Have your license with you at all time. - Look left and right before you cross the street What are child safety seats: child safety seats,are seats that are specifically designed for children to protect them from accidents (collisions).Children under the age of 8 are suppose to be in a safety seat (booster seat) for their safety.They need these so their seat belts can fit them properly. Bleeding and Broken Bones Rules of the Road: basic and pedestrians First Aid Kit And What is essential to carry at all times? Treatment Of Injuries !
Transcript: The Road to Our Driving Safety Project Kicking It into Gear Alexander Schultz - Project Manager Tara Garbe - Organizer Brianna Vandyke - Recorder Jessica Paul - Technician Recycling? Driving Safety! Intent: Inform and Persuade Message: Make new teen drivers more aware of dangers and distractions while driving Audience: Teens in driver's education This Is How We Roll Interviewed Officer Nihoris, an insurance agent, and Mr. Gosz about the Hamilton parking lot and teen accident statistics Researched statistics about teen driving: accident/casualty rates, cost of insurance, etc. Surveyed teens about the parking lot and behaviors they see most often Created a brochure using Microsoft Publisher Contacted Driver's Education instructors: Arcade Driving School, First Class Driving School, and Hamilton District's Driver's Education 21st Century Skill: Communicated with our contacts via email Driving It Home Haven't yet received feedback from driver's education instructors Will benefit our audience by making new teen drivers aware of dangers while driving What would we do differently? Communicate more effectively Organize our time better Contact the instructors earlier How could our project be improved? Present to the driver's education classrooms ourselves to make our message more effective Learned how to work with people that aren't good at working with other people (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr
Transcript: What do distractions consist of? What I think about it? Practice Safe Driving Let's Make a Change Why is it bad to text, or have any other distractions while driving?
Transcript: Safety belts are one of the most effective safety devices in your vehicle. Always wear your safety belt when youaredriving. Additionally, ensure your passengers are properly buckled before you begin to drive. These safety skills are important to me because when I drive I want to be safe while driving and what to do if I am in an emergency situation. I want to be able to help myself as best as I can until help can come so I won’t be in an extreme situation. I also want to be able to help myself until I can get help if something goes wrong when I am just walking on the side walk or something Safety Belt Rules Driving Safety Driving safety is very important to every human being. Whether you are driving or just being around a car or road you need to know what to do. DRIVING SAFETY By. Genna Sheriff P8a Rules of the road part 2 Buckle up, slow down, don’t drive the way your aren’t supposed to Be well rested and alert not sleepy Use caution in construction zones Give your full attention to the road. Avoid using your cell phone and maybe put it in the glove box until a stop.Safely pull over and put the vehicle in park before taking or making a callObserve speed limits – driving too fast or too slow can increase your chance of being in a car accidentMake stops. During long trips, trade drivers if there are more than you. If you’re too tired to drive, stop and get some rest.Be respectful of people on motorcycles and follow the rules of the road.Don’t get too close behind another vehicle too closely. Why are these skills important to me? How can I help others to be safe? When I can drive I can help others by, following all of the laws and be as safe as I can. I would also be able to talk to others when I get older about the importance of being safe when you drive. Rules of the road part !
Transcript: Rules for the safety equipment: Fire extinguisher- Aim the nozzle at the base of the fire. Fire blanket- Wrap the blanket around the person and pat, never rub. Eye wash station- If any chemicals are to enter a person's eye, they are to go to the wash station and rinse their eye for 15 minutes. SB Make sure to be aware of the location of the emergency safety tools, such as the fire extinguisher, the office call button, the purge, the emergency cut off button, the shower/ eye wash station, and the fire blanket. SB Always come prepared for class, meaning come in to class with knowledge of the subject, the right attitude, and the correct attire. Talk to your teacher in case of any emergency. Clean up after yourself, and leave things better than the way you found them. JB SM No food or drinks in the laboratory. Safety PowerPoint DO NOT manipulate a live(hot) circuit. Make sure to always use to your preventative equipment... such as goggles, aprons, etc. SB No horseplay in the laboratory. JV By: Sophie Misercola Jenna Vann Jourden Blackburn JB JV
Transcript: Never drink and drive Legal drinking age is 21 Legal blood alcohol concentration is 0.08 to 0.05 or lower to drive Get a cab Sober friend 9 Americans are killed every day from car accidents that involved distracted driving A driver can safely glance away from the road for 5 seconds at the most It takes 46 seconds to to send a text (on average) 33% of U.S. drivers ages 18 to 64 who admit to using their phone while driving Driving tired is no worse than driving intoxicated have someone else drive or pull over Warning signs include: Difficulty focusing, frequent blinking, or heavy eyelids Daydreaming; wandering/disconnected thoughts Trouble remembering the last few miles driven; missing exits or traffic signs Drive on the right side of the road Wear a seat belt Keep your cellphone on silent Turn on your lights in the morning and evening Always drive the speed limit How Much is Too Much Infants should face rear of car 70% of car seats are installed wrong Have a child in a rear facing seat until they are 2 Children under 13 should sit in the back By: Madison DuBroc Old Drivers Road Safety Rules Account for more auto accidents than anyone else Practice defensive driving/ always be aware of your surroundings Must have a adult in the car with you until you get your permanent license School needs to approve you No driving between 11 a.m and 5 a.m Child Safety Must renew license every three years Older drivers are kind of like new drives You never have to stop driving unless you health permits you to or other things Signs of impairment: Confusion while driving somewhere Others not feeling comfortable riding in a vehicle with the driver etc. Texting and Driving Driving Safely Follows all these safety rules and more and you should stay safe but there are no guarantees when it comes to cars and traffic so always be as safe as possible. Driving Statistics Teen Drivers Drowsy Driving Never use a cellular device and drive 1.3% of auto collisions are caused by cell phone usage Adults do it more often than teens Never take your eyes off the road even if it is for 5 seconds Keep your phone on silent
Transcript: Gabby Lee Let's Talk about safety - Never work with chemicals or lab equipment unless a teacher instructs you to do so! Safety first! Steps to being safe when Experimenting Reminder! Introduction - Never work alone or without a teacher present!! This is the easiest way to avoid an accident happening (-: Standards - Be very alert and cautious, so please IMPORTANT!! 1 Avoid eating/drinking when experimenting 2 Do NOT play pranks when experimenting 3 Avoid using your cell phone or listening to music when experimenting If we use chemicals, read the label carefully!!! OOPS! Step 1 Essential understandings - A friendly reminder when mixing chemicals or conducting the experiment keep the test tube away from your: Essential understandings FACE!!! MOUTH!!! AND BODY!!! - Never put these back into the original bottle. Let the teachers handle the chemical disposal! Unused Chemicals Equipment - Examine the glassware before using! Do not use chipped or cracked test tubes or beakers! Step 2 - What do I wear when experimenting?? Procedure Step 3 Warm-up activity Are these appropriate? Warm-up activity Appropriate? - Loose clothing, sandals, open-toed shoes, loose hair NO! Those Are not safe at All So, what should I wear? - Wear your safety goggles!!! We do NOT want any chemicals or harmful things going into your eyes. Step 1 Step 1 - Wear a lab coat!! No chemicals can touch your skin and burn you! Step 2 Step 2 - Think you've got the hang of it? Assessment Step 4 Assessment activity - Two truths and one lie, identify the lie. Assessment activity 1 1 - I have to wear safety goggles and a lab coat. 2 3 - I can wear any shoes that I want. - I need to examine the glass beakers or test tubes before using them. Assessment activity Two truths and one lie, again. Identify the lie. Assessment activity 2 1 2 3 - I am allowed to run around while experimenting. Nothing can go wrong. - A teacher must be present when experimenting. - I need to read all labels carefully. Step 5 - If any accident happens to take place, do not panic. Just inform a teacher immediately and we will help you!! Happy experimenting (SAFELY)!!! Notes
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