Hazard Hunt 2nd Edition is Here!

August 01, 2020

Hazard Hunt 2nd Edition is Here!

In 2009, the first collection of HazardHunt activities was published and now, 11 years later, it is even better! Thousands of safety professionals around the world have used HazardHunt illustrations to increase interaction and learning in their safety training classes. Their suggestions and advice have led to a new and expanded edition.  The new edition includes all of the original materials PLUS:

  • 3 New HazardHunt illustrations
  • A color-coded Answer Key for every illustration
  • Corrective Action Activity Sheets
  • The New fully downloadable Hazard Hunter board game

I'm excited about the updates and hope you are too! If you purchase the new book by August 31st, you will receive 3 additional HazardHunt illustrations as a thank you for your early support! 

Click here to purchase either the eBook or the paperback version (which includes a free download of the eBook too!) and don't forget - order before the end of August and get 3 additional illustrations as a thank you!





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