Kid's Corner

Medic Moose 

Safe Kids 

Safety Tips 

Kids Games 

Thank You cards 

 

 

Always wear your safety gear!

Medic Moose

Medic Moose is the Official Mascot of Hamilton EMS. As part of our community education program Medic Moose goes out to different community events and schools to get children interested in safety.  To find out more information about Medic Moose, or to schedule a presentation for your organization please call (706)278-9211.

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Safe Kids

Below is a picture of Medic Moose explaining the importance of wearing a helmet during a local Safe Kids fair.

    

 

Hamilton EMS is proud to participate in the Safe Kids program. This program is part of the National Campaign (launched in 1988) to address following problem: more children under the age of 14 were being killed or injured by what people call accidents (motor vehicle crashes, fires, and other injuries) than by any other cause.

The SAFE KIDS Campaign enlists the help of corporations, government agencies, and the health and safety community dedicated to getting every child in a child safety seat and every child on a bicycle a helmet.

The vision of Safe Kids of Georgia in Dalton/Whitfield County is that our children will have a safe place to play, learn, grow, and succeed.

Our mission is to create a community where children are free from unintentional injuries through Community education,
Distribution of safety equipment, Assistance of Enforcement/Advocacy.

For more information, or to set up a Safe Kids presentation for your organization please contact: 706-278-5144.

You can also visit their website:

 

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Safety Tips

Pay attention at all times. Anywhere you are, accidents are lurking. Parking lots, school, at home, these can all be potential hazard.
Always buckle up in a car. Even the shortest trip can end up in an accident.
Don't play with guns, all guns are dangerous.
Always wear the right safety equipment, especially a helmet when on a bicycle.
When crossing the road, look left then right, then left again before crossing.

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Kids Games

 Click on one of the pictures below to start learning and having fun!

 

  

 

 

 

 

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