Tuesday, January 25, 2022
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Even if you’ve checked the ice to ensure a safe ice fishing trip, it’s important to be prepared, bring safety equipment and know what to do in an emergency.

Be aware of thin ice. The potential hazards of walking on frozen lakes, ponds and rivers can be extremely dangerous.

Learn how to determine whether ice is safe enough to go ice fishing based on appearance, thickness and other factors that can affect freezing and thawing.

Throughout winter there are obvious and inconspicuous dangers related to weather that hikers should be aware of before venturing into the woods.

Pocket knives are tools, not toys. Learn more about considerations for teaching pocket knife safety, such as age, choosing a knife and basic safety rules.

It is time to remind operators and applicators about the importance of following safety precautions when working around manure storage facilities.

Judith Sutherland reminds mindful even in the long days during harvest season following the theft of her nephew's pickup truck.

Harvesting corn silage can be dangerous. Please take a few minutes to review safety precautions and harvest recommendations.

It’s important to be aware of large wasp and hornet nests during late summer, so you can avoid them and reduce your chances of getting stung.

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources is warning everyone about the hidden dangers that can occur during a day on the lake, stream or river.