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Infographic on fire safety for children

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    After having made an infographic on fire safety for people with disabilities, which I mentioned in this thread

    I wanted to let you guys know we've made another infographic, now focusing on fire safety for children and their parents. Feel free to have a look and leave feedback.

  • #2
    Good infographic Thomas!! I think it will definitely help to create an awareness among people regarding fire safety.


    • #3
      Thomas, that is a very insightful infographic. Thank you for sharing this. To add to the conversation, check out this article on fire safety for kids which I helped create: https://www.servicemasterbyzaba.com/...nts-know-about

      It's such an important topic that deserves as much coverage as possible.


      • #4
        Stumbled across this thread and saw your infographic Thomas! It's very informative and well-put-together. I think that people do not pay as much attention to fire safety as they should, and starting to teach the kids early is one of the best ways to ensure this. I think your infographic is a step in the right direction


        • #5
          Good Infographic. It is very informative.
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