Safety Troop Program Feature

Safety Troop Program Feature

Having a good experience on a troop campout requires safety practices that prevent accidents. Safety is actually a prevention tool. Performing a project correctly, using the proper tools and procedures, could protect you from serious injury.

If an accident occurs, a Scout should be prepared to deal with the situation and make decisions that will prevent further harm. “Safety first” is a motto that has been used by companies and organizations for years. Make it yours. As you plan your outing this month, take extra care that all safety precautions are covered. While this is a routine part of campout planning, it never hurts to take a good look at each task or project to make sure you really are taking the proper precautions.

Find the complete plans for the Safety Troop Program Feature on the BSA website.

Bike Helmet and Water Bottle

Bicycle Helmet Fitting

This month I am focusing on cycling. Helmets are required for all BSA cycling activities. It is important to note that this applies to adults also. Your helmet isn’t going to do you much good if it doesn’t fit correctly. Here are some guidelines.

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