My Coast Guard
Commentary | June 16, 2021

Let's talk summer safety

By MyCG Staff

Summer is a time for fun in the sun, but you want to make sure it is also safe and healthy for you and your family. The sunny days of summer can be accompanied by serious dangers such as heat-related illnesses, sunburns, insect bites, and dehydration. A little caution and some summer safety tip refreshers can go a long way to prevent a mishap from turning into a disaster. 

Please join us June 16 from 3-4 p.m.,1500-1600 ET as Capt. John Iskander, Chief of Preventative Medicine and Population Health and Cmdr. James Cooley from the Office of Safety discuss some basic first aid summer safety tips.

**This is the first week we host Wellness Wednesday on Coast Guard Teams. Please note this is different from CVR Teams. You will only be able to access this forum from a Coast Guard workstation or if you call in via the number below.** 

If you have questions or suggestions, please e-mail us.
If you would like to see previous Wellness Wednesday recordings, they are available on the CG-11 Coast Guard portal webpage

Please click this link below to attend Wellness Wednesday from your Coast Guard computer. You cannot access the sessions from a personal device. You may also call in via the phone bridge: +1 410-874-6742, Conference ID: 600 234 437#