Recent presentation from Maryland Department of Transportation on Highway safety and the states goal of “Zero Deaths” 2018_Trauma Net
Disaster preparedness is a misleading concept. No organization is ever truly prepared for a disaster event. Most preparedness activities are directed toward what is known as an “All Hazards” concept. It is extremely difficult to plan for every possible type of event that could impact a community.
Children are injured every year from riding bikes because they simply forgot a vital component of bike riding – the helmet.
Learn how you can Become a Certified Child Passenger Safety Technician (CPST)
The Outdoor Stand-Up Temperature Display is an excellent tool to create awareness of how a vehicle can quickly heat up in the sun to where the inside temperatures would kill a child. Available for Use for Maryland Community Events
Get hit by a car? That will never happen to me most think but unfortunately as the number of distractions increase for both drivers and pedestrians so does the risk for getting hit by a car.
During the 2003 Legislative Session, the Maryland General Assembly adopted the Maryland Trauma Physician Services Fund to aid Maryland’s trauma system and to reimburse trauma physicians for uncompensated care losses and trauma centers for trauma-related on-call expenses.
Download PDF Statistics on Maryland Roadway Fatalities