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The toolkit contains content that you can share on Twitter, Facebook and other social media channels to increase awareness about cooking fire safety. You can copy this content or customize it to reach your audience.
Include these key messages about cooking fire safety when creating content for social media posts.
This immersive 360-degree kitchen fire-safety video lets you choose where to look instead of just sitting back and watching. Look around our kitchen to find the fire hazards. Once you've found them, pan around to see how you can easily fix them and make your kitchen fire safe. (This video works with virtual reality (VR) headsets.)
Use the cards below by themselves or include supporting content with them to reinforce the messages.
Images can visually reinforce the messages you want to reach your audience with in your social media posts. Use our public domain images to help increase awareness about cooking fire safety.
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Visit our cooking page for links to customizable handouts that you can recommend to community organizations that want to promote fire safety.