Keep readers engaged and informed with our “What to Do in an Emergency” Information Wheel!
In a diverse community, one single approach to prevention education isn’t always enough. Our emergency education information wheel targets learners with physical, verbal and visual learning styles. This allows you to effectively provide emergency preparedness in a fun, interactive way for all ages.
What to Do in an Emergency:
The front of the wheel includes eight topics concerning what to before, during and after an emergency including:
- Things to Remember
- Large Scale Emergencies
- Small Scale Emergencies
- Being Prepared
- Family Disaster Plan
- Disaster Supplies Kit
- When to Call 911
- When to NOT Call 9-1-1
Proper planning and correct information can help mitigate some of the anxiety surrounding unexpected tragedies. While it’s not always possible to be ready for every possible scenario, arming yourself with the right knowledge is a step in the right direction.
The back of the wheel includes information on emergency kits, and how you should always have one readily available. It showcases three handy places to keep a well stocked kit. At your home, your car and your office.
Make the Wheel Your Own.
Fully customize each wheel with your organization’s name, logo and/or custom message to make your organization stand out.
Quality Construction Equals Durable Prevention.
Our Information Wheels are made with thick, glossy card stock. Printed in full color making them durable and attractive at the same time. Made to last and easy to share. Each Information Wheel is 7.5″ in diameter and attached with a brass eyelet. Please note: the brass eyelets are a potential choking hazard. As a result, care should be given to keep this product out of the hands of very young children.
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