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Safety Rule

Chapter 14 Glencoe Health

to be aware that safety is important and to be careful to act in a safe manner Safety Conscious
Potential sources of danger Hazards
Injuries caused by unexpected events Accidendental Injuries
What are able to catch fire easily Flammable
Is a dangerous situation in which too much electrical current flow along a single circuit. Electrical Overload
Devices that sound an alarm when they sense smoke Smoke Alarms
People who travel on foot Pedestrians
A dangerous situations brought on by changes in the atmosphere Weather Emergencies
A whirling, funnel-shaped windstorm that drops from the sky to the ground Tornado
A strong windstorm with driving rain that originates at sea Hurricane
A very heavy snowstorm with winds of up to 45 miles per hour Blizzard
A sudden and dangerous drop in body temperature Hypothermia
A violent shaking of the earth's surface Earthquake
Secondary earthquake Aftershock
When one has been sighted or detected on radar Warning
When the conditions are right for it to happen Watch
Created by: raydavis