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Snow-veling

Forgive my use of shorthand, I meant to say Snow shoveling! Here are a few tips on safety and precautions to think of during these cold freezing times a staff member from sent via email to members of the student community :

Safe steps for snow shoveling
*  Take time to warm up and stretch inside before you go out.
*  Take it slow and do it carefully.
*  Lift small amounts, especially when removing heavy snow, slush or ice.
*  Use proper posture to prevent back strain.  Keep you back straight and lift gently from the knees and hips.
*  Don’t reach.  Reaching puts your spine in an awkward, twisting position.  So move your feet when going to a new patch ofsnow.
*  Wear proper clothing and footwear.
*  Know your limits.  Stop if you feel pain or become short of breath.
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The following information on Tips for “Safe Winter Driving” is being provided by the Minnesota safety Council and the Minnesota Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS).  http://www.minnesotasafetycouncil.org/nets/WinterDrivingTips.pdf

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