Weather Smart Resources. The Health and Safety Service offers online news, links, and resources to help you plan and prepare for hazardous weather.

Managing Risk. The best way to stay safe in the outdoors is to avoid getting into trouble in the first place. That requires planning, training, leadership, good judgment, and accepting responsibility—in short, risk management.

Policy on Use of Chemical Fuels. This policy is intended to encourage safe practices when using chemical fuels - liquid, gel, and gas.

Emergency Preparedness Award. Working with the United States Department of Homeland Security, the Boy Scouts of America has developed an award program to help Scouts to be prepared for emergencies of all kinds.

The Latest First Aid for Wounds and CPR  The BSA has checked with experts in the federal government’s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and with the American Red Cross.

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