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Injuries and Violence

Injuries and Violence

A joint project between the Department of Education and Early Development and Department of Health and Social Services in cooperation with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Injuries and Violence

By Anita
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4-H Presentations

4-H Presentations

4-H Presentations. April Dillon Extension Agent, 4-H Youth Development Lincoln County Updates from Shannon McCollum and Mitzi Downing. Calvin’s First 4-H Presentation. Why Should Youth Participate?. Express themselves clearly. Learn how to gather information.

By MikeCarlo
(316 views)

Theme 3 Skills

Theme 3 Skills

Theme 3 Skills. “That’s Amazing”. Comprehension. Skills. Comprehension Skills. Noting Details. Based on the details, what is the likely setting of this story? Which detail helps you understand why _______? Which detail is not important to understanding the story?

By Patman
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Mobile Equipment Safety

Mobile Equipment Safety

Mobile Equipment Safety. DID YOU?. Approach the machine safely?. DID YOU. Two men died because operators failed to follow safe procedures. DID YOU. Maintain three points of contact (2 hands and 1 foot or 2 feet and 1 hand) while mounting or dismounting?. DID YOU.

By floramaria
(490 views)

Best Practices: Equipment Operator

Best Practices: Equipment Operator

Best Practices: Equipment Operator. Use of a properly tightened 5 Point Harness Anti-Vibration Bolts. 5 Point Harness Best Practice.

By kristina
(118 views)

Microcontroller Fundamentals

Microcontroller Fundamentals

Microcontroller Fundamentals. B. Furman 13FEB2014. Learning Objectives. Explain the general architecture of a microcontroller List the key features of the ATmega328 microcontroller Explain the features and elements of the Arduino and Spartronics Experimenter Shield (SES)

By zohar
(540 views)

Steve Prefontaine A Running Leader

Steve Prefontaine A Running Leader

Steve Prefontaine A Running Leader. By: Chris Nish. Background. He was born on January 25 th 1951. He started running at Marshfield High School. He then attended the University of Oregon. He appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated at age 19. Pre was in a fraternity in college. .

By eilis
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Handling Roadside Breakdowns

Handling Roadside Breakdowns

Handling Roadside Breakdowns. Stop Problems, Remain Safe Presented by Campus Police Department. Pull of the Road Safely. Eliminate distractions Turn off the Stereo Look in Mirrors Reduce Speed Slowly Use Turn Signal Not Flashers. Obtain Help. Place ‘Call Police’ sign in window

By jubal
(499 views)

TRAFFIC RULES

TRAFFIC RULES

TRAFFIC RULES. MUST/MUSTN’T OBLIGATION AND PROHIBITION. You must stop at the "STOP" sign. You mustn't enter. You mustn't turn right. You mustn't turn left. Cyclists mustn't enter. You mustn't make "U" turn. There is a crosswalk. Be careful. You must stop for the pedestrians.

By buck
(227 views)

EQUATIONS OF MOTION: GENERAL PLANE MOTION (Section 17.5)

EQUATIONS OF MOTION: GENERAL PLANE MOTION (Section 17.5)

EQUATIONS OF MOTION: GENERAL PLANE MOTION (Section 17.5). Objectives : To analyze the planar kinetics of a rigid body undergoing general plane motion. The forces shown on the roller’s FBD cause the accelerations shown on the kinetic diagram. =. APPLICATIONS.

By bob
(588 views)

Intro to Unintentional Injuries

Intro to Unintentional Injuries

Intro to Unintentional Injuries. Intro to Unintentional Injuries. Target: I will be able to describe rules and laws intended to prevent injuries. Unintentional Injury: injuries which occur without planning or intention to harm

By noah
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Inertia Newton’s First Law

Inertia Newton’s First Law

Inertia Newton’s First Law. Dayna Lee Martínez STARS - USF Maniscalco Elementary . Newton's First Law. An object at rest tends to stay at rest and an object in motion tends to stay in motion with the same speed and in the same direction unless acted upon by an unbalanced force.

By betty
(110 views)

Safety Belt Use : New Research Findings about Driver Behavior and Motivations

Safety Belt Use : New Research Findings about Driver Behavior and Motivations

Safety Belt Use : New Research Findings about Driver Behavior and Motivations. Helmut Schneider, Bill Black, Emily Pfetzer McDowell Porter, Jeff Dickey, Buster McKenzie. Belt Use. 2017 Use rate 86% on Local Roads. 2017 Use Rate 89 on Interstates. 4 Group Seat Belt Use Model.

By xexilia
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Preliminary Chapter

Preliminary Chapter

Statistics : The science of learning from data Chapters 1-4: Tools and strategies for organizing, describing, analyzing data Chapter 5 : How to produce data Chapter 6-9: Probability: The study of chance behavior Chapter 10-15 : Testing Claims/Computing estimates. Preliminary Chapter.

By ely
(85 views)

Are you a safe driver?

Are you a safe driver?

Are you a safe driver?. Or a nut loose behind the wheel?. for every choice you make when driving a vehicle. Speeding Overtaking on double white lines Driving tired Not wearing your seat belt Drink/drug driving Talking on mobile phones. consequences will follow.

By vinny
(72 views)

Newton’s Laws of Motion

Newton’s Laws of Motion

Newton’s Laws of Motion. I. Law of Inertia II. F=ma III. Action-Reaction. Newton’s Laws of Motion Notes. 1 st Law – An object at rest will stay at rest, and an object in motion will stay in motion at constant velocity, unless acted upon by an unbalanced force .

By talisa
(157 views)

Seat Belt Laws

Seat Belt Laws

Seat Belt Laws. Do You Wear One?. Wear Your Seatbelt!!. Seat Belt Laws. How do Seatbelts Help?. Keeps driver and passengers from being thrown from the car. Prevents the passengers from hitting the dashboard. Keeps driver/passengers from sliding in the seat.

By piper
(237 views)

Driving Hands Free and the CDL/Medical Card Merge

Driving Hands Free and the CDL/Medical Card Merge

Driving Hands Free and the CDL/Medical Card Merge. Sergeant Wayne Sanderlin Colorado State Patrol Hazardous Materials. Current versions of the FMCSR now prohibit the use of cell phones as well as texting while driving. (392.80)

By kiara
(145 views)

Unit 4 Lesson 1

Unit 4 Lesson 1

Unit 4 Lesson 1. What I s Killing Us?. Leading Cause of Death. d. What is the leading cause of death for people ages 1-34 in the US?. d. Injuries. d. Car accidents. d. Violence. d. Suicide. Injury That Causes Most Deaths. d.

By base
(108 views)

“Road Safety” Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Russia

“Road Safety” Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Russia

“Road Safety” Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Russia. Event Details. DATE: 28 th of August 2012 PLACE: College #1, Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk DURATION: 1 hour ATTENDEES: 23 children INSTRUCTOR: Daria Khackevich SLB VOLUNTEERS: Natalya Dolya, Inna Ten, Evgeny Kan

By indra
(117 views)

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