Published June 19, 2019
Located on Keesler AFB
Building 233, Room 208
Chief of Safety: 228-377-7025
Occupational Safety Manager and Wing Weapons Safety Manager: 228-377-2915
Occupational Safety NCOIC and Wing Weapons Safety Manager: 228-377-2007
Occupational Safety Technicians: 228-377-4730/7032/2915
Flight Safety Manager: 228-377-1900
Child Safety Seats:
According to NHTSA, three out of four children aren't as secure in their car seat as they should be and crashes are the leading cause of death for children from one to 12 years old.
Check out these links for more information about child car seats:
Quick Checklist For Safety Seat Misuse
2015 Car Seat Information For Families
The Perfect Gift: Your Child's Safety
Car Seat Recommendations: Choosing The Right Seat
Children's Safety Corner
From biking to hunting, there are several outdoor activities for Airmen and their families to do at Keesler.
Check out these links for more information about outdoor safety:
Bicycle Safety Information For Families
Since 2010, at any given moment across America, approximately 660,000 drivers are using cell phones or manipulating electronic devices while driving. Currently, 46 states, Washington D.C., Puerto Rico, Guam and the U.S. Virgin Islands ban text messaging for all but five novice drivers. One restricts school bus drivers from texting.
Check out these links for more information about distracted driving:
Cell Phones Prohibited On Base
Distracted Driving Facts
In Mississippi, motorcyclist are a major part of our roadways. Check out these links for riding tips, safety gear tips, motorcycle fundamentals and upcoming motorcycle classes:
Safety On The Open Road
Fools Gear and Cool Gear
During different holidays held throughout the year, Airmen and their families try their best to celebrate by having parties, attending festivals or parades or by decorating their offices or homes.
Check out these links for being safe during holidays throughout the year:
Mardi Gras Safety
Christmas Tree Safety
Holiday Party Safety
Safe-N-Sound All Year Round
Cooking related fires were responsible for 32% of all fires reported at homes and over 75% of fires in apartment building, dormitories and rooming houses.
Check out these links for more information about cooking safety:
Cooking Fire And Burn Safety Tips
Turkey Fryer Facts And Safety