Safety in the Forest: Work and Outdoor Recreation Safety Practices

Work and Outdoor Recreation Safety Practices: AHS.41 : Understanding the Role of Responsible Citizens (2,3) (PDF) | (PPT)

To be safe, whether having fun or at work, one must be responsible towards self and others. Just as in daily life, each person should be responsible and caring for themselves and others they come in contact with.

Work and Outdoor Recreation Safety Practices: HS.21 : Positive and Negative Influence (all,IA) (PDF) | (PPT)

List and discuss some positive and negative safety practices and then discuss and correlate positive and negative influences students are faced with. Have the class decide if their positive/negative safety habits influence those around them and then have them come up with other positive and negative things that influence them.

Work and Outdoor Recreation Safety Practices: MS.18 : Understanding Adverse Effects of Risk Behaviors (1,2) (PDF) | (PPT)

Choosing not to follow proper safety precautions while in the forest can lead to harmful consequences, just as making poor decisions in life can be detrimental to ones health and happiness.