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Adopt-A-Highway - Safety
The A-A-H program emphasizes safety. As part of this emphasis the program provides a safety video and "Your safety comes first", a take-along printable brochure. It is strongly encouraged every participant watch the video and be familiar with roadside safety concerns. It is important to be very careful when working on the roadsides.
- What to do
- What not to do
- How to stay safe while helping clean up Wisconsin's roads
- Adopt-A-Highway Safety Tips Playing time: 6:41
"Your safety comes first" - How to stay safe while cleaning up highway litter.
In an effort to continue to keep A-A-H volunteers informed, safety alerts will occasionally be issued.
Specific info. regarding specific safety topics. As a volunteer you should be aware of these safety concerns.
Hazardous waste found along our highways can pose potential dangers for A-A-H volunteers.
- General info.
- Meth lab waste
- Abandoned barrels
- Bottles or containers with liquid
- Dead animals
- Working on roadsides can present many natural hazards one may not be familiar with.
- See a list of items and more...
- Other outdoor hazard resources
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Last modified: May 8, 2013
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