Fire safety advice for first aiders

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  1. theshaynee says:

    My son is learning about these kinds of drills in school. He has been for a few years but now he’s more aware and knows what they mean. Before now he would just get scared and follow instructions. Now he’s asking questions and fully understands the reason behind the drills and rehearsing them. I’m excited to tell him more of this to boost his understanding.

  2. Linkzelda41 says:

    That image definitely hits nostalgia of when I was in elementary, and was lectured on this particular subject. And with how schools that did demonstration sessions used to have so much emphasize on something like this. It’s just one of those things that will become common sense, but if it actually happens to a person, they may be naturally inclined to panic and make their set of circumstances at the time even worse!

  3. nascarsj says:

    Fire can be scary for anyone especially small children teach them to crawl along the floor where there is more air, parents get to them if you can
    have every one in one room if you can’t open the door because it is hot open window throw out pillows , quilts what ever you then jump on to them.
    If parents get out before children wait for fire department they are trained to rescue fire victims.

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