Leadership

WHAT SHOULD BE STRESSED IN TEACHING FIRE PREVENTION TO PUBLIC?

Issue 1 and Volume 87.

WHAT SHOULD BE STRESSED IN TEACHING FIRE PREVENTION TO PUBLIC? Subject Should Be Treated in Interesting and Not Too Dry Manner, in Order to Hold Attention of Hearer and Impress Its Need FIRE Prevention as a live subject has but a small place in the activities of the average citizen. Most persons are not enough interested to realize that there is a certain benefit awaiting them, should they gain and put into practice even a slight working knowledge of the subject. Of course, I am willing to concede that the subject as too often discussed is rather deadly and monotony quickly kills interest. After all, the making effective of real fire prevention measures is merely the application of good common sense, plus a little knowledge of basic principles, plus at least a slight realization of the profit to be gained by following such practices. What the eye sees, the mind…

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