• From left, Christina Derienzo, Rebekah Prosceno and Emily Marr, all with the Palmetto Poison Center, discuss the importance of securing a child car seat with 1st Lt. Timothy Patton. Bottom right photo, Staff Sgt. Joshua Kelly receives information from an American Red Cross representative.

    Safety Symposium 1

    From left, Christina Derienzo, Rebekah Prosceno and Emily Marr, all with the Palmetto Poison Center, discuss the importance of securing a child car seat with 1st Lt. Timothy Patton. Bottom right photo, Staff Sgt. Joshua Kelly receives information from...

  • R.J. Frazier, Fort Jackson's allhazard emergency manager, speaks to Sgt. 1st Class Malcolm McCallum about various safety items to have on hand in case of an emergency.

    Safety Symposium 2

    R.J. Frazier, Fort Jackson's allhazard emergency manager, speaks to Sgt. 1st Class Malcolm McCallum about various safety items to have on hand in case of an emergency.

  • A South Carolina Highway Patrolman demonstrates what happens if a car rolls over and the passengers are not wearing seat belts.

    Safety Symposium 3

    A South Carolina Highway Patrolman demonstrates what happens if a car rolls over and the passengers are not wearing seat belts.

  • Staff Sgt. Joshua Kelly receives information from an American Red Cross representative.

    Safety Symposium 4

    Staff Sgt. Joshua Kelly receives information from an American Red Cross representative.

FORT JACKSON, S.C. -- The U.S. Army Garrison Fort Jackson conducted its annual Safety Symposium Tuesday at the Solomon Center. The daylong event emphasized various safety-related issues, including road safety and emergency management.

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