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Sunstar’s campaign to help Pinellas stay safe on the road
and in daily life.

Don’t be the victim of a preventable tragedy. Here are helpful tools and tips from your local Sunstar safety experts on how to avoid emergency situations on the road and in real life.

Check back often for seasonal safety guides and essential emergency preparedness information for Pinellas County, or visit our Facebook page.

Sunstar Safety Resources

Checklists | advice | how to guides: This is what every emergency responder wants you to know.

  • Fireworks safety in spotlight after high-profile injuries View
  • Who could forget a baby? It’s easier than you think.View
  • May is National Bike Month. Be safe! View
  • Preventing playground falls and injuries View
  • Safety is key to fun at the beach View
  • New Florida law increases age for car seats View
  • Gift guide for children: Tips for finding safe toys View
  • Staying safe on the road in the dark View
  • Treats, not tricks: avoiding Halloween scares View
  • Preparing for the inevitable: an emergency situation View
  • Child passenger safety View
  • Sharing the road with emergency vehicles… View
  • Top 25 most dangerous intersections… View
  • Every parent should have this talk with their teen drivers… View

Sunstar Safety Tweets

Up to the minute safety alerts, news and tips.

  • StayAlertPinCoHalf of the 2M calls to the Poison Help Number in 2011 involved children ages 5 & younger. Poison safety tips from…
  • StayAlertPinCoChildren can get ahold of something poisonous in seconds. Be prepared for a poison emergency
  • StayAlertPinCoPoisoning is the #1 cause of injury-related death in the U.S. #NPPW17 raises awareness about poisoning & prevention
  • StayAlertPinCoA 5th grader invented a device to help kids left in hot cars by blowing cold air & sending an alert to parents
  • StayAlertPinCoPlace a shoe, purse or cell phone in the backseat to force yourself to check the back seat when a child is with you