Women College Party Safety Tips

We at ivalueSafety.com want to share some Women College Party Safety Tips per the following:

  • Go out in groups and make a plan about getting home.
  • Decide the number of drinks you will have prior to drinking and stick to it. Count the number of drinks and spread them out over the evening!
  • Don’t drink from punch bowls or pitchers – they are easy to drug and it is difficult to keep track of how much you are drinking
  • Space drinks to one or less per hour.
  • Look around and notice that not everyone is getting trashed – only a few people are really drinking heavily, and they are often doing something embarrassing! It’s okay not to drink!
  • Know how much you are drinking. 1 drink = 1 4-5 oz. glass of wine, 1 12 oz. beer, 1 shot of 80-proof liquor. Mixed drinks may be more than one serving!
  • Alternate alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks and drink plenty of water.
  • Agree before you go out who will be the sober driver.
  • Watch your friends–if you came together and want to leave make sure they have a plan to get home safely.
  • Use the buddy system. Stick together and make sure you look out for each other.
  • Avoid drinking games.
  • Always eat before and during alcohol consumption.
  • Remember: Women are more sensitive to the effects of alcohol.
  • Pour your own drinks–don’t share with others or set yours down.
  • Keep an eye on your drink to protect yourself from date rape drugs – both men and women are at risk of being drugged.
  • Just because someone is in your class doesn’t mean you know them as well as you think you may–think about the situation and make clear decisions.
  • Have a designated driver.
  • Never drink and drive.
  • Never ride with someone who has been drinking or using drugs.
  • Use Traveller or a sober driver at a fraternity party.
  • Say “no thanks,” if you don’t want to continue drinking, or just hold a cup with a non-alcoholic beverage.
  • Participate in activities like dancing, talking, and eating to take the focus off alcohol.

Do Not Drink Underage and Drink Responsibly. 

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