THAT ISN’T SAFE

 

Keeping ourselves safe and free from harm is inherently instinctive. But in our everyday lives we can forget how some of the simplest situations can become unsafe and dangerous. Such as…

 

Not paying attention to road signs

 

Underestimating parked cars

 

Forgetting your Opal card

 

Cleaning the treadmill

 

Performing yoyo tricks

 

Telling your friends “Yeah, sure I know how to drive a boat.”

 

Watching too much men’s gymnastics

 

Watching too many skating videos

 

Hiding in the fire place

 

Being eager to start round 2

 

Explaining the purposes of a chair

 

Over ambitious teamwork

 

If we don’t keep safety top of mind we are putting ourselves at risk. In the bedroom, to prevent the spread of HIV it’s important we stay safe. Condoms are the most effective barrier against HIV and other STIs but if you decide not to use condoms, there’s ways to reduce risk of HIV transmission. Learn more about how to stay safe.