From sunscreen and sports balls to ice scrapers and sweatshirts, this wide selection of safety essentials provides all the products you need to relay your message every season of the year! National Safety Month is celebrated in June, but any day can be used to make members of your community aware of not only important safety messages, but also how your organization or department is dedicated to keeping the public safe from harm and educated on what to do in case of emergency.

Here at Positive Promotions, we remain committed to helping you spread the word about safety with our exclusive slogans and distinctive promotional products. When it comes to fire safety, we offer a wide range of items that departments and fire chiefs can utilize at open houses, school visits, and class trips to the station. Students of all ages will love receiving fun safety essentials like junior firefighter badges, stickers, silicone bracelets, lollipops, and temporary tattoos. Our special open house kits, packed with hundreds of terrific products, give you all the handouts you need at one low, money-saving price.

Law enforcement organizations and police stations can also enjoy these safety essentials for rewarding students, helping adults and seniors, or promoting their services to the public. Stock up on school supplies and educational activities books that can be personalized with your department name to get kids interested in learning more about safety and handling emergency situations. Give out police hats and mustaches to younger children and students attending open houses and safety seminars. And there are always safety products all ages can use, including whistles, flashlights, and reminder magnets.

With so many other safety essentials to choose from, including kitchen accessories, stress relievers, gel packs, and personalized first aid kits, nearly any organization can spread the word about staying safe and being aware. As one of the leading promotional products companies in the industry, Positive Promotions is always here to help!