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Warm Weather Safety

boy drinking water on a hot dayStay Safe in the Heat

Reduce your risk of heat exhaustion or stroke by following the tips on our hot weather safety page. Different language versions are available below (PDF):

Spanish / Chinese / Korean / Russian / Vietnamese / Somali / Ukrainian

Stay Safe in the Water

Lakes, rivers, saltwater beaches and pools are very attractive on warm summer days. Use caution and common sense to swim safely.

Enjoy Food Safely

  • Picnics and Barbecues
    These warm weather events present opportunities for foodborne bacteria to thrive.  Learn how to keep you and your family safe with our picnic and barbeque food safety tips.
  • Shellfish Safety
    Warm air and water can cause bacteria to grow in oysters — and people who love to eat raw oysters could get sick from them.