How to Stay Safe

Introduction: How to Stay Safe

Today I'll teach you how to be safe

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Step 1: Be Aware of Your Surroundings

It depended where you are if your in the forest you have to watch for wild animals
If you are in the city you have to watch for vehicle ect.

Step 2: In the City

When your in the city you have to watch where you walk avoid places like ally ways or deserted places that's where your most likely to be beat up or mugged. You'll still have to watch for vehicles when crossing the road when you're walking through a very crowded area watch out for people trying to pickpocket you

Step 3: In the Forest

When you're hiking always bring a survival kit act with a knife waterproof matches a first aid kit rations and nonperishable food's Always bring a compass a map and know your route if you are hiking alone bring a radio and remember landmarks on your way through the trail

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    4 years ago

    Thanks for the feedback


    4 years ago

    Really good rules for safety! As a teenager, I visited & stayed w/my step-mom just off the Univ of Chicago campus, in Hyde Park. We trekked all over Chicago & spent a great deal of time downtown. In addition to the guidelines you mentioned, my step-mom also taught me how noise can be a beneficial deterrent and provided me a whistle that I always carried w/me on outings. Criminals do not like to attract attention & when a whistle is blown, most people will instinctively look around for the sound's source. It's not an end-all, be-all solution but it IS another small, easy means of protection.