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Safety Tips for PAB Portal

Beaver Heroes - Don’t go anywhere with someone that you don’t know. Check with your parents, is this is a safe person?

Beavers of the World - Don’t give anyone your name and address or share photographs over the internet.

Canada Beaver - Make sure a trusted adult, parent or guardian knows where you are and who you are with.

Chef Beaver - Use kitchen appliances and tools with care—you can easily be burnt or hurt. You should always have a parent with you to make sure you are being safe.

Community Beaver - Make sure to always have a buddy while out in the community. Make sure a trusted adult, parent or guardian knows where you are who you are with.

Creative Beaver - Take care when using craft materials and tools so you don’t hurt yourself. If you are carrying scissors, be sure to walk and never run.

Earth Beaver - Make sure to listen to the facilitating Scouter or adult while working on this badge. Somethings may need a little bit more care.

Exploring Beaver - Make sure that an adult knows where you are and who you are with while exploring.

Friendship Beaver - Treat your friends with care and kindness. Everyone is unique!

Leader Beaver - Make good choices and help your fellow Beaver Scouts do the same.

Musical Beaver - Instruments can be heavy, ask for help if you need it.

Olympic Beaver - Make sure to warm up and cool down to avoid injuries and always remember to be “head safe”- protect your head!

Pet Care Beaver - Handle your pets kindly and respectfully to be careful with them, and to avoid getting scratches or bit.

Scientific Beaver - Some experiments can be unpredictable. Protect your eyes and skin!

Spirit Beaver - Make sure to check for allergies if you are having food at a celebration with others.

Tech Beaver - Be careful around tools that could hurt you. Have an adult make sure that you are being safe!

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Cub Scout Air - Always take extra care when learning new things.

Cub Scout Arts - Take care when using craft materials and tools so you don’t hurt yourself. If you are carrying scissors, be sure to walk and never run.

Cub Scout Builder - Be careful around the tools that could hurt you. Have an adult make sure that you are being safe.

Cub Scout Canada - Make sure a trusted adult, parent or guardian knows where you are and who you are with.

Cub Scout Community - Make sure to always have a buddy while out in the community. Make sure a trusted adult, parent or guardian knows where you are who you are with.

Cub Scout Earth - Always take extra care when learning new things.

Cub Scout Hobby - Always take extra care when learning new things.

Cub Scout Home - Use the tools in the home with care, you can easily be burnt or hurt. You should always have a parent with you to make sure you are being safe.

Cub Scout Science - Some experiments can be unpredictable. Protect your eyes and skin!

Cub Scout Space - Always take extra care when learning new things.

Cub Scout Summer Fitness - Make sure to warm up and cool down to avoid injuries and always remember to be “head safe”- protect your head!

Cub Scout Technology - Don’t give anyone your name and address or share photographs over the internet.

Cub Scout Water - Always take extra care when learning new things.

Cub Scout Winter Fitness - Make sure to warm up and cool down to avoid injuries and always remember to be “head safe”- protect your head!

Cub Scout World - Don’t give anyone your name and address or share photographs over the internet.

Cub Scout Year-Round Fitness - Make sure to warm up and cool down to avoid injuries and always remember to be “head safe”- protect your head!

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Scout Air - Take extra care when learning new thing that you may not be familiar with.

Scout Arts - Craft materials and tools used in arts can be dangerous if not used correctly. If you are not sure how to use something, ask for help.

Scout Canada - Make sure a trusted adult, parent or guardian knows where you are and who you are with.

Scout Community - Make sure a trusted adult, parent or guardian knows where you are and who you are with.

Scout Earth - Always take extra care when learning new things.

Scout Engineer - Be careful around the tools that could injure you. Make sure an adult is supervising.

Scout Hobby - Always take extra care when learning things that you are not familiar with.

Scout Home - Use the tools in your home with care--you could easily be burnt or hurt. If you are unsure, ask for help.

Scout Science - Some experiments can be unpredictable. Protect your eyes and skin!

Scout Space - Take care when using materials you may be unfamiliar with.

Scout Summer Fitness -  Make sure to warm up and cool down to avoid injuries and always remember to be “head safe”- protect your head!

Scout Technology - Don’t give anyone your name and address or share photographs over the internet with people you have not met.

Scout Water - Always take extra care when learning new things.

Scout Winter Fitness - Make sure to warm up and cool down to avoid injuries and always remember to be “head safe”- protect your head!

Scout World - Don’t give anyone your name and address or share photographs over the internet with people you have not met.

Scout Year-Round Fitness - Make sure to warm up and cool down to avoid injuries and always remember to be “head safe”- protect your head!

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