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BeSafe Tool – Applying Behavioral Science to Fire Safety Education

January 24, 2020 • Ed Comeau

In this episode of Short Takes we talk with Daniel Chacon from the Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation about the program he’ll be presenting on at The Vision 20/20 Model Performance in CRR Symposium. You can learn more and register at The BeSafe Tool is a procedure based in behavioral science that can be applied to any CRR training program to measure behavioral change in the intended audience. Having an evidence-based tool, such as BeSafe, provides the educator with the ability to not only evaluate and improve training, but also a metric that can be used in providing data on outcomes for your Community Risk Reduction program.

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