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Fire departments, including local, state, and federal agencies.

Schools, including public, private, and higher education institutions.

Hospitals, nursing homes, and other healthcare facilities.

Commercial buildings and workplaces, including offices, factories, and warehouses.

Residential buildings, including apartments, condominiums, and single-family homes.

Hotels, motels, and other types of lodging facilities.

Government buildings, including city halls, courthouses, and post offices.

Universities, colleges, and academic institutions, including bulletin boards, classrooms, and common areas.

Professional associations, trade organizations, and business groups, including conference rooms, office buildings, and industry events.

Political organizations and advocacy groups, including campaign headquarters, community centers, and public squares.

Religious organizations and community groups, including churches, synagogues, and mosques.

Cultural organizations and museums, including galleries, theaters, and public spaces.

Non-profit organizations and charities, including community centers, fundraising events, and volunteer fairs.

Online platforms, such as social media, websites, and digital bulletin boards.

Public transportation stations, such as bus stops and subway stations.

Libraries, bookstores, and coffee shops, including reading groups and local community events.

Any other location where individuals are likely to see the poster and be impacted by the message.

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A clear and concise message about fire safety, such as preventing fires or preparing for emergencies.

Easy-to-follow steps for preventing fires, such as avoiding hazardous materials and using fire extinguishers.

Information on how to evacuate a building in case of fire, including the location of exits, fire alarms, and emergency plans.

Tips for preparing for emergencies, such as developing an emergency kit, having an evacuation plan, and testing smoke detectors.

Information on fire hazards, such as flammable liquids, electrical problems, and cooking fires.

A clear and visible call to action, such as contacting the fire department, practicing fire drills, or installing smoke detectors.

Contact information for the local fire department, including phone numbers, website, and emergency response procedures.

Visual aids, such as images and illustrations, help convey the message and make it more impactful.

A visually appealing and eye-catching design that showcases the importance of fire safety.

18 x 24

24 x 36

27 x 40

11 x 17

The most popular pixel size is 650x800 since it is easy to print.

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