Since 180b939, the Safety Council has become a solid grass roots, not-for-profit, non-governmental, public service organization.  Serving mid-Michigan, the Council's mission continues to focus on promoting all types of safety through education, particularly child/school safety, traffic safety, home/community safety and work place safety, with the purpose of preventing the personal and economic loss associated with injuries and health hazards.

Event Registration

Below is a list of all events that are currently open for registration. Click on the event name to proceed.
Jan 29, 2022

Babysitting Lessons and Safety Training (BLAST)

The Lansing Area Safety Council offers the Babysitting Lessons and Safety Training (BLAST) course for students ages 11-15.  BLAST uses a curriculum prepared by the American Academy of Pediatrics.  The course provides training in the fundamentals of childcare, household safety, selecting safe and suitable games and activities, choosing healthy snacks, preventing accidents, developing your babysitting business, and so much more.  It teaches students to avoid distractions, especially television, social media, and cell phones.  The primary responsibility for babysitters are the kid(s) under their care.   During BLAST, we discuss the rewards with exceeding this responsibility and the consequences of neglecting it.

 

$ 35.00
Feb 7, 2022 - Feb 8, 2022

National Safety Council First Aid, CPR & AED (Adult/Child/Infant)

$ 75.00
Feb 19, 2022

Babysitting Lessons and Safety Training (BLAST)

The Lansing Area Safety Council offers the Babysitting Lessons and Safety Training (BLAST) course for students ages 11-15.  BLAST uses a curriculum prepared by the American Academy of Pediatrics.  The course provides training in the fundamentals of childcare, household safety, selecting safe and suitable games and activities, choosing healthy snacks, preventing accidents, developing your babysitting business, and so much more.  It teaches students to avoid distractions, especially television, social media, and cell phones.  The primary responsibility for babysitters are the kid(s) under their care.   During BLAST, we discuss the rewards with exceeding this responsibility and the consequences of neglecting it.

 

$ 35.00