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The toolkit contains content that you can share on Twitter, Facebook and other social media channels to increase awareness about home hazardous materials safety. You can copy this content or customize it to reach your audience.
It is important for people to know the steps they can take to keep themselves and their families safe from accidents related to home hazardous materials. Put these safety messages into your own words when talking to people about flammables, household chemicals and batteries on social media.
Photos can visually reinforce your social media messages. You are welcome to use these public domain photos to help increase awareness about battery fire safety.
Use the cards below by themselves or include supporting content with them to reinforce the messages.
See also: e-cigarette social cards