Safety and Health Week: Six Flags Offers Day of Exercise and Relaxation
IAFC On Scene: June 15, 2012
Three Six Flags theme parks are supporting International Fire/ EMS Safety and Health Week by offering reduced admission pricing to first responders.
During the period surrounding June 17-23, fire and emergency service personnel can spend a day destressing, getting exercise and having fun with their family or department members by taking advantage of reduced admission at Six Flags America, Six Flags Fiesta Texas and Six Flags Great Adventure.
Promotion details and dates vary by park. You can find complete details on the Safety and Health Week event-planning webpage.
Six Flags is a long-time partner of the NVFC’s Health Week. Both the IAFC and NVFC appreciate their continued support as firefighter health and safety programs continue to grow.
This year’s International Fire/EMS Safety and Health Week theme, Rules You Can Live By, captures the importance of fire and EMS responders taking care of themselves on duty as well as off. Safety and Health Week is a great way to begin changes that will enhance the quality of life for all who are in the fire and emergency service as well as their families in a fun way.
Vicki Lee is the IAFC's staff liaison to the Safety, Health and Survival Section.
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