Cherokee Lions Club
Welcome to The Cherokee Lions Club's safety newsletter web-site. The goal of this page is to communicate information on
safety to our members and to others that have an interest and can benefit from the safety
activities of the Cherokee Lions Club.
The basis for the Cherokee Lions Club Safety Program is a system where each member watches for, and reports, a "safety incident" each month. An incident may be an accident, a near miss, or just a situation that could be dangerous. By reporting and discussing these incidents with the group as a whole, individuals will recognize high risk situations and, hopefully, avoid them. By just watching for incidents, each member will unconsciously lead a safer life and promote safety around themselves. Take a look at the newsletters below and learn from the experiences of others.
Current News Letter
Vol. 2 2003 - 25 March, 2003 - Incident Reports, Seasonal Reminders
Past News Letters
Vol. 1 2003 - 11 February, 2003 - Incident Reports, Program Review
Vol. 5 2002 - 12 November, 2002 - Incident Reports, Seatbelts, Heaters
Vol. 4 2002 - 22 October, 2002 - Incident Reports, Deer Accident
Vol. 3 2002 - 8 October, 2002 - Incident Reports, Avoid Fractures
Vol. 2 2002 - 24 September, 2002 - Seatbelts, Incident Reports
Vol. 1 2002 - 13 August, 2002 - Incident Reports, Introduction
Remember, if you did not turn in an incident report this month, you deprived other members of an opportunity to learn from your observations and experiences. If you were not watching, you missed the opportunity to learn from a near miss or unsafe practice. Just watching for "accidents waiting to happen" will make you a safer person.