Play Safe, Be Safe – Keeping Kids Fire Safe


FIREFIGHTERS GET A REFRESHER ON HOW TO TALK TO YOUNG KIDS ABOUT FIRE SAFETY
By Dan Blakeley

We’re told at an early age not to play with matches. But curiosity still gets the better of many pre-schoolers who wind up lighting fires in the home – in their bedrooms, in closets. Firefighters from across Ontario gathered in Barrie recently to get a refresher on how to get the fire safety message through to young children.

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The Play Safe Be Safe workshop is coming to Barrie and is designed for those who interact with children regularly on how to teach everyone fire safety.

The campaign, which was developed by the BIC corporation, is aimed at daycare workers, ECE, teachers and kids in how to keep kids safe by using programs and ideas that they can easily learn. The president of Fireproof Children, Dr. Robert Cole, spoke to BarrieToday from his office in Rochester New York today and said that the idea is to get kids caring about fire safety while they are young so they will develop the skills and mindset to continue being cautious. Learn More “Play Safe Be Safe campaign coming to Barrie November 15”

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