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Community Outreach Programs

Steer Clear Teen Driver Safety Program
To enforce safe and responsible driving habits with your teen, Suncoast Safety Council teaches the Steer Clear Program at area high schools. This interactive program features a guest lecturer on teen driver safety, instruction by our state licensed driving instructor, informational videos and impaired driving simulations using a pedal car.

Below are several key topics the Steer Clear Program addresses:
• Drug & alcohol effects on driving
• The importance of wearing a seatbelt
• Risks associated with aggressive driving
• Ways to avoid and prevent unsafe driving situations
• What inexperienced drivers should know about the road
• The dangers of distracted driving /cell phone use while driving

To inquire about having the Steer Clear program taught at your high school, please call  727-373 - 7233.

Child Car Seat Safety
Did you know that car crashes are the #1 killer for children ages 3-14? There are many tools parents and caregivers can use to help reduce the risk of injury and death to children who ride in vehicles – research the right safety gear to use.

Baby  Proof Your Home
Coming soon! Call our office in the interim for more information 727-373.SAFE (7233)

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Suncoast Safety Tips

Live safely!

Take care of yourself. Regular exercise makes you less injury prone. And don’t forget sleep – when you’re well-rested, you can better avoid everyday hazards, both at home and at work. Remember: Staying healthy is one of the best ways to stay safe!