Super Bowl Party Safety Training Suggestions

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The big day is coming up, and millions of people around the world will come together to eat nachos, drink beer, and share their opinions about new commercials.

Plus, the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles will play a football game. And so will some puppies.

With that in mind, we’ve put together a short list of training suggestions to get you ready for your Super Bowl party. That’s right, we’ve got some Super Bowl party safety training suggestions for you!

Hope you find this helpful!

Before we begin, though, let us offer condolences to the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Minnesota Vikings, both of whom came close but didn’t attain the proverbial cigar. In honor of the Jags, we recommend you check out our First Aid Course for Bites from People and Animals. In honor of the Vikings, our Nordic brethren from the North, our online course on Cold Stress seems fitting.

Diversity Training—In the spirit of being open and inclusive and welcoming, consider taking diversity training to help you deal with fans of the opposing team.

Conflict Management—You know; in case that “precautionary” diversity training doesn’t work.

Back Injury Prevention—While watching those magnificently conditioned athletes playing on the field, it’s easy to forget that most of us are not such impressive physical specimens. Be careful when jumping off the couch to celebrate a touchdown, or be prepared suffer the consequences. A bad back can be a painful thing.

Personal Protective Equipment—Consider putting blinders over your eyes at halftime in case there’s another “wardrobe malfunction.”

Hearing Conservation—More often than not, the musical performance at halftime underwhelms. Save yourself the misery. This can also help you block out any armchair quarterbacks while they offer tips to the coaches and players on the field. Note this is NOT true if they re-run the one that Prince did some years back (RIP to His Purpleness).

Slips, Trips, and Falls—In case any guests have too many sudsy refreshments during the game.

First Aid for Emergencies—This could help if someone wolfs down those nachos too fast and chokes on a chip. Those chips are pointy, you know—slow down, friends.

Driver Safety—This one is no joke. If you go to a party and have a few drinks, get a designated driver and make it home safely.

Whatever you do on Sunday (even if you’re not a football fan), we hope you have a great day and that it’s a great game.

This is one in a series of “training suggestion” posts taking pop-culture head-on. If you liked this post, you may also like our training suggestions for:

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Jeffrey Dalto

Jeffrey Dalto

Jeffrey Dalto is an Instructional Designer and the Senior Learning & Development Specialist at Convergence Training. He's worked in training/learning & development for 20 years, in safety and safety training for more than 10, is an OSHA Authorized Outreach Trainer for General Industry OSHA 10 and 30, and is a member of the committee creating the upcoming ANSI Z490.2 national standard on online environmental, health, and safety training.

5 thoughts on “Super Bowl Party Safety Training Suggestions

    1. Peggy, glad you liked this one! We don’t get to do a ton of the humor-based articles, but we enjoy working on them when we get the chance.

      Good luck to your Pats, although since we’re out here in Portland, we lean toward the ‘Hawks here at the office.

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