Safety is both a national and local concern. Though safety is not a central conversational topic that occurs within social settings or individual discussions unless you are a safety employee or involved in organizations that promote safety awareness, most of us consider that the responsibility of creating a 'safety climate' falls upon local authorities and national systems. However, the recognition of the importance of creating a safety culture in preventing accidents at home, on the job, or at public settings has led to a surplus of unlimited media attempting to define and assess safety cultures in a number of books, movies, studies and research. Most people ignore the significance of preparing for such events by creating the human thinking that "it will never happen to me."
Is your family READY for the unexpected? Our comprehensive library offers many resources that contain safety reading materials to define safety measures at every age level. Libraries promote civic literacy and knowledge on safety through children's books, adult movies, and increased historical understanding of our national experience with safety through our DVD collection and displays on historical events. Libraries foster a community of public service and volunteerism by offering rich educational and public programs that exhibit safety measures.
For the ardent barbeque cook at home who likes to grill explosive and dynamic BBQs, be prepared and ready to extinguish the overcooked steak, chop, or chicken wing when things get too hot. Many accidents occur at home picnics and outings where we become too relaxed and comfortable with our surroundings.
For the professionals in our community, you can find a plethora of books on Safety Leadership, Safety Communications and advice on solutions or remedies that that may help you manage a disastrous event effectively.
Come into our library and rethink how you define learning about safety. It can become a research paper from our comprehensive collection or it can be just an entertaining moment in watching the Titanic movie on DVD (or Bluray) or checking out a book for your child on how to survive living on an island while you watch the movie Castaway with Tom Hanks....
Visit www.safety.com for a list of many safety tips that can save you from many worries and serious accidents.