OffroadSafety is a privately maintained and funded project to help ensure the safety of all persons conducting legal recreational offroading activities. The information on this site is not intended to take the place of real medical assistance, but is designed to give you options. Reading through the information on these pages will help to show you that there are options out there if you find yourself or someone else in an emergency situation in an austere environment. We are not responsible for injuries or damages to yourself or others that may arise from the use of any of the information on this website.
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A Few Tips:
Hi-Lift and Farm Jack Safety
Hi-Lift and Farm Jacks can be extremely dangerous when not used properly. Know how to use your equipment before hitting the trail to reduce the risks of injury.
In a survival situation, you must control serious bleeding immediately because replacement fluids normally are not available and the victim can die within a matter of minutes
Information contained within the pages of this site is for reference purposed
only. First aid should be conducted by trained medical personnel. We provide
not guarantee or warranty for any information provided on OffroadSafety.org and
we are not responsible for any damage to property or personnel due to your use
of information found on this site. If you do not agree, you must discontinue
using this website immediately. We want to provide a resource for offroad
enthusiasts that will help them to know that there are options available to help
them be safer on the trails, get out and also get found if conditions preclude
them from getting out on their own.