safety-conscious

safety-conscious

adj
conscious of being safe and preventing danger
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TWO safety-conscious Stockton pupils are celebrating after their short stories won first and second places in a North-east-wide writing competition.
SAFETY-CONSCIOUS youngster Charlotte Brown has been rewarded for spotting potential fire hazards in her home.
SAFETY-CONSCIOUS schools were rewarded for their road safety records.
The safety-conscious team were presented with certificates at an event at County Hall.
The fire service says the children were saved thanks to their safety-conscious grandmother, who had secured them correctly in child seats and seat belts.
It's barely believable that one factory could have such a shocking accident record in this safety-conscious age.
They will share pounds 9,000 thanks to the safety-conscious workmen
Specialist engineering recruitment consultancy, ATA Selection, has launched an initiative to ensure it provides clients with safety-conscious staff from day one.
The association initiated its safety-tools program more than 40 years ago to provide job-proven and time-tested suggestions that promote safety-conscious attitudes and performance.
They cover ways to find a safety-conscious school; issues in dorms, fraternities and sororities, and off-campus living situations; internet safety; spring break; alcohol and drugs; dealing with people and dating; dealing with health and emotional problems; campus help; and self-defense.
But safety-conscious Americans may think twice about going up against the mighty SUV on the nation's busy highways.
However, as a safety-conscious mum, I did want to exercise caution especially after seeing a warning notice - Do Not Attempt Somersaults.

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