Personal Safety & Injury Prevention . D.P.A. – Are you ready???. Daily Physical Activity in Schools CIRA Ontario Active 2010 OPHEA. Personal Safety & Injury Prevention. Recognizing Personal Safety & Injury Prevention situations:. Swarming Threatening Bullying Harassment
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1. What is the problem? “I”
2. Options or alternatives “D”
3. Evaluate all alternatives or
4. Make a decision “A”
5. Reflect on/evaluate your decision “L”
Grade 5 – Apply strategies to deal with personal-safety and injury-prevention situations
Grade 6 – Describe and respond appropriately to potentially violent situations relevant to themselves
Grade 7 – Describe harassment and identify ways of dealing with it
Canadian Children's Rights Council
Bullying Prevention Project
(Safe School Study and Toolkit)
Any unwanted, uninvited remarks, gestures, sounds or actions of a persistent nature that make you feel unsafe, degraded, or uncomfortable.
(Check your Board’s definition)
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Cry. It’ll help discharge the tension, relax muscles.
Exercise. Aerobics, jogging, running all focus our energy on one activity and help dispel the tension.
Work. Working hard lets us focus our energy to a specific task.
Laugh. Humour deflects our anger and lets us relax.
Write. It helps us discharge our feelings.
Talk. Talk about what’s hurting, it’ll help you calm down.
Play. Read, watch TV, play games, do a hobby; these are psychological sponges that sop up stress.
Solve the Problem. Direct your energy towards what’s wrong; it reduces the stress because you anticipate relief.
Punch. Hit your pillow, your bed, a punching bag; have a private blowout.
Tune in. Music can be profoundly calming. Take a little time alone with a favourite recording.
Tune out. No activity at all. Brief rest periods like taking a huge sigh before responding will help you feel calm.
Look again. Stand in the shoes of the person you’re feeling angry with. Look at their needs, beliefs, values, limitations.
Argue. With yourself. Take the other person’s point of view; then express your own point of view. Argue for both.