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  • Icicle hazards: What you need to know to stay safe this winter

    Around this time of year, proper precautions such as timely snow removal and adherence to safety guidelines, are essential to prevent accidents during winter weather conditions. Icicles are a common sight during winter, but they can pose a serious threat to people’s safety.

  • Pedestrian-activated crossing warning devices at work

    Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon crossings, with a crossing sign, arrow indicator and rectangular-shaped beacons that contain flashing LED lights, have been installed at several high-risk crossings on Hill Air Force Base.These lights draw attention to pedestrian crossings and alert approaching

  • Sending alerts for traffic, weather and accidents, phone can be lifeline

    Delays, winter weather, traffic congestion and an already stressful season can wreak havoc on drivers during the primary travel period between Dec 22-Jan. 2. The 75 ABW Safety staff recommends you plan ahead this holiday season for increased road traffic, evaluate conditions and consider using a

  • Time to implement 'snow plan'

    As we enter the winter season, it’s important to revisit our approach to inclement weather operations at Hill Air Force Base. Employees should expect the base to remain open. The base will maintain roads and sidewalks in accordance with its Snow Plan, which prioritizes snow clearing and treatment

  • Personal Transportation Device safety

    Over the past two years Personal Transportation Devices have become extremely popular at Hill AFB. Some examples of PTDs are electric scooters and bikes and skateboards.Electric scooters and bikes can be rented on the installation and many of our Airmen are operating their own PTDs traveling to and

  • Prepare for a safe National Greasy Foods Day

    Recently, two Airmen from Team Hill were injured by hot oil and grease while cooking, according to Hill Air Force Base safety officials. One injury resulted in 2nd degree (partial-thickness) burns, and another caused 3rd degree (full-thickness) burns. Oil burns are one of the most painful types of

  • Airman’s service leads to work in suicide prevention

    Gilbertson is a former active-duty officer who recently joined the 419th as a Reservist.Seeing airmen struggle with mental health led her to take a position as the Veteran Suicide Prevention manager for the state of Utah. Her position was created in the last year under the Utah Department of

  • Security forces urges parents to use car seats

    Patrol officers with the 75th Security Forces Squadron have noticed a trend at the Hill Field Elementary School drop-off area with parents not placing their children in car seats or safety restraints. Security forces wants to reminder parents that this is a violation of the law and a risk to their