Stay Alive From Education (S.A.F.E.) presenters of "Street Smart" is a non-profit organization dedicated to making young adults aware of the dangers of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, texting and/or e mailing while driving, not wearing seat belts, and the trauma associated with these dangers. The goal of S.A.F.E. is to offer information that will allow the audience to make rational decisions concerning their safety and well being, thus reducing injuries and fatalities, giving them the opportunity to become responsible and healthy adults.
The "Street Smart" program takes the audience into the real-life drama experienced by firefighter/paramedics as they work to save the lives of individuals who have made poor choices when it comes to drinking or using drugs, texting and driving, and the non-compliance of seat belts. Featuring photos and descriptions of real-life trauma incidents, "Street Smart" is a no-holds-barred presentation that gets students involved. The paramedics lead a discussion on the importance of students making responsible decisions concerning their safety that compels them to participate. "Street Smart" is not a lecture. It is a real-life view of their options.
Since 1992, S.A.F.E. has reached out around the world demonstrating and delivering this powerful message.
The "Street Smart" presentation has been evaluated and is approved for ages 14 and above. About half of our presentations each year are given to U.S. Military personnel worldwide
You can see our calendar at anytime by visiting our the calendar page on our website here: http://www.localendar.com/public/streetsmart
We have more than one team available to present, so more than likely we will be able to accommodate multiple presentations on a given date. We tend to get very busy in the fall and spring and around holidays so please book early.
The best way for us to get all your information is to completely fill out the "Request a Workshop" form and submit it. You can find this form on our website here: http://www.safeprogram.com/request-workshop.html
You can also contact us directly at (813) 787-8323 for scheduling questions.
Anheuser-Busch has provided funding for us to present Ã????Ã???Ã??Ã?Â "Street Smart" presentations to military bases around the continental U.S and overseas.
There is a minimum audience of 800 participants per day and we would like to exceed that if at all possible.
The 2016 Anheuser-Busch Military Initiative covers all costs for each day of presentations, including the travel costs. This covers up to 3 presentations between the hours of 07:00 and 17:00. There is no cost to the base unless the grant amount has been exhausted.
SAFE will do up to three presentations a day between the hours of 07:00 and 17:00.
The cost is the same for one presentation or up to three presentations between 07:00 and 17:00.
There is an extra charge for each presentation after the hours of 17:00.
There will be a day of presentations fee for the one presentation and an additional fee for the evening presentation. We encourage you to fill the day (07:00 to 17:00) with presentations.
The presentation is 60 minutes long. This does not include time to move the audience in and out of the venue or for additional introductions, Commanders Calls, other speakers, or any additions you would like to include. Please allow additional time for set up and break down if moving venues.
We will normally be able to set up in 15 minutes but like to allow about 30 minutes prior to the start time to get everything set and tested.
You need to provide a power source, table strong enough for someone to lay on, a screen for the powerpoint to be showed on, and 2 chairs. We bring the computer, projector, EMS equipment, sound system and mics. If you have your own sound and we can use it, we will need lapel mics and not handhelds.
Theaters and auditoriums are the best. Gymnasiums are the worst venue to use due to the inability to control the lights and sound problems. The "Street Smart" program cannot be done outdoors due to the powerpoint.
No, the "Street Smart" presentation is copyrighted and cannot be filmed. If you would like to film portions or photograph portions of the presentation please ask the presenters to find out what is allowed and what is not. Basically none of the images in the powerpoint are allowed to be copied.
We strongly encourage media coverage and the instructors are available before and after the presentation to do interviews. Please keep that in mind that if you need us to move venues or have tight times in between presentations so that there is enough time for interviews.
No. On occasion people have problems with the information that is presented and the instructors are trained to deal with these problems. They would not be available if the presentation is broadcast to a remote location and would not be available to deal with that. The program is also designed to be seen live and tends to lose some impact when it is not seen in person.