Halloween is definitely looking different this year but if you visit your local Halloween store or shop for Halloween items online, you will find many things that can be used in your safety training classes. If you wait until after Halloween, you will probably get things on sale too!
For ideas on how to use Halloween supplies in your safety training classes, click here and you will be taken to the free download page.
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