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Hot Tips In Blizzard Weather To Offer Customers And Employees Warmth And Safety

By Joana Andrew on January 04, 2010

It is exciting when Christmas is decorated with white snow, however this year people in United States have seen too much snow. From December 18th, blizzard has been striking many regions of United States. Drifting snow, cold rain and low temperature bring big troubles to people's daily life, transportation, and many other aspects. Dear sellers or businessman, what will you do for your customers and employees in this cold weather? It is the best time to do something for them. Then, show them hot tips to prevent themselves from the freezing chill and send your warm care.

The following are some hot useful tips in cold winter for you to reference.
Keep warm in house:

- Use fireplace, wood stoves, or other combustion heaters only if they are properly vented to the outside.
- Leave the ashes cold in metal container like a bucket before you throw them into the trash can.
- Do not place a space heater within 3 feet of anything that may catch on fire, such as drapes, furniture, or bedding, and never cover your space heater.
- Store a multipurpose, dry-chemical fire extinguisher near the area to be heated.
- Protect yourself from carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning by installing a battery-operated CO detector and never using generators, grills, camp stoves, or similar devices indoors.

Keep safe in traffic:


- Listen to radio or television reports of travel advisories issued by the National Weather Service.
- Do not travel in low visibility conditions or on ice-covered roads, overpasses, and bridges if at all possible.
- If you must travel by car, use tire chains and take a mobile phone with you. And let someone know your destination and when you expect to arrive. Ask them to notify authorities if you are late.
- Check and restock the winter emergency supplies in your car before you leave. - Never pour water on your windshield to remove ice or snow; shattering may occur. - Always carry additional warm clothing appropriate for the winter conditions.

For first-aid


Carbon Monoxide (CO) Poisoning treatment tips:
Clinical Guidance for Carbon Monoxide (CO) Poisoning After a Disaster

So many tips! The next step is to consider how to share the tips effectively. Of course you can just post it on board or paper, but it may not arouse other's interest or impress them, even you add some pictures. Find a more attractive way to show them the tips and help readers memorize the tips efficiently. Here come three channels for you to share the tips. Add animations, multimedia elements to the tips, and then:
1. Play the tips on TV through DVD player in your shop or company. TV shows are always attractive and it is easy to draw others' attention.
2. Burn the tips onto DVD and then send the DVD to customers as a gift. Customer can feel your warm care.
3. Embed the animated tips to your sales Website. If you manage e-commence on the internet, share the tips on your sites and at the same time it can attract the traffic.

So, how to make these display ways come true? Actually it is easy to realize through two methods.
1. With PowerPoint and PowerPoint to DVD converter. You can add multimedia elements like video, Flash movie, audio, and more animations to the tip design. The show will be attractive and vivid. Here is the tutorial for you: make a DVD presentation with PowerPoint.

2. With Windows Movie Maker. Insert the tips in pictures and then import the pictures into Windows Movie Maker to make a video movie. However, it is not as flexible as PowerPoint.

The weather is chilly, while it is a good chance to show your warm care to the customers and employees. Share the hot tips preventing coldness and potential dangers in blizzard with them. This is what they urgently need.

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Original article published on SooperArticles.com

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