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Stay safe this winter
Winter’s cold weather and busy holiday season can bring certain safety concerns, but you can prevent and mitigate emergencies with proper preparation.

Gwinnett Safety 411 covers a variety of topics with tips from our Emergency Management, Police, Fire and Emergency Services, and Water Resources Departments to keep you safe throughout the year. Select the links below to learn how you can prepare your family and your home. 

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Winter Safety Tips
Safety During Threat of Winter Weather
Be Prepared for Severe Winter Weather
Make a Family Emergency Plan
Fire Safe for the Holidays
Fire Safety Holiday Cooking Tips
Use Portable Generators Safely
Stay off the Ice
Don’t Touch Downed Power Lines
Prepare, Prevent, Protect
What are you interested in learning more about? 

Boating
Carbon Monoxide
Car Seat
Cycling Safety
Cyber Safety
Emergency Preparedness
Halloween
Heat Exhaustion
Holiday
Money
Fireworks
Flooding
Food
Food Poisoning
Home
Pedestrian
Radon
Road
Smoke Alarms
Social Media
Swimming
Terrorism
Tornado
Travel
Trick or Treating
Internet Safety
Water
Weather

Emergency Preparedness
Be tech ready
Make a family emergency plan
Prepare your older family members for an emergency
How to prepare for family members with special needs
Pets need a plan, too!
National Weather Service alerts
What are wireless emergency alerts?
Insurance planning tips

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Financial Safety
Prevent work-from-home scams
Phone Scam Warning

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Food Safety
Handling Food Safely on the Road
How to Avoid Food-Borne Illnesses
Thaw Your Holiday Turkey the Safe Way

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Holiday Safety
Fire Safe for the Holidays
Fire Safety Holiday Cooking Tips
Halloween Safety
Use of Fireworks Safety Tips

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Home Safety

Home Heating Safety Tips
Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisoning in Your Home
Smoke Alarm Safety

When Your Home Tests Positive For Radon
Use portable generators safely

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Internet Safety
Social Media_Child Pornography Warning

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Miscellaneous
Homeland Security

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Road Safety
Safe Driving In Winter Weather
Car Seat Recommendations for Children
Bicycle Safety
Pedestrian Safety

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Water Safety
Keep Kids Safe While Swimming
Keeping Pets Safe During Winter Weather
Be Safe While Enjoying Lake Lanier, Chattahoochee River
Thunderstorm Safety is up to You
Turn Around, Don’t Drown
Types of Floods

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Weather Safety
Beating the Summer Heat
Be Prepared For Severe Winter Weather
Beware of Lightning
Don’t Touch Downed Power Lines
Floods can Happen Anytime, Anywhere
Preventing Heat Stroke In Young Athletes
Safety During Threat of Winter Weather
Stay Off The Ice
Sun Safety for Children
Thunderstorm Safety is up to You
Tornado Preparedness Requires a Plan
Turn Around, Don't Drown
Types of Floods

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