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EMF Safety Posters Idea

davidrsnell
I'm building a site meant to give away top-quality safety posters as a free service. I think EHS fits in very well, for many reasons including these:

  -EMF is a set of invisible phenonmena that are confusing to people, so they need help understanding it.
 
  -There are some myths to debunk. Like Marc says, there is a great deal of minsinformation out there.
 
  -We tend to forget to be cautious to protect against EMF, because it's unseen and works so gradually that it wrecks our health slowly and very insidiously.  So having safety posters up and visible would be a great help to us all.
 
   -Posters can also spread the word  about EMF dangers effectively, to help others avoid the health scares we've all had to go through.

So think back on what you've learned that might really help others.  What helped *you* the most?  Here are some poster ideas I'll certainly be creating and posting online:

  -General EMF safety (how to avoid the top 8-12 causes of EMF health problems)
 
  -Bedroom EMF safety

  -Kitchen EMF safety

  -Vehicular EMF safety

  -Using electrical gadgets safely

  -Using computers safely

  -Protecting your body with anti-EMF clothing and armor

  -Using nutrition to bolster your health

So, your thoughts?  Are there other  subjects for you'd like to be covered by a safety poster?  Would you like to recommend threads or web pages that you think would be a great help on these topics?

I look forward to hearing from you!
 
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UphillBattle
Great idea man! I wish you only success!
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Re: EMF Safety Posters Idea

Elle
I support this idea also. I have no way to print posters but if they available as PDF I could send them to friends and family and share on Facebook or similar.

Could you make them also available as PDFs?


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Elle
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davidrsnell
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Yes Elle, the posters will all be converted to PDF too  for anyone to download.  Using one of the many free HTML-to-PDF converters on the Web, some of them do it really well.
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davidrsnell
It looks like we have a good level of interest in safety posters. There are probably a lot of passive supporters.

I'll take a look at other forums and Facebook groups, I think we can stir up enough interest to get started soon.  In the meantime I'll make a couple of helpful safety posts per week.

Some other ways I can help are in the fields of health and finances. My site GoodLifeMission.com is all about "health, safety and financial freedom for all."
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Re: EMF Safety Posters Idea

davidrsnell
I joined the Facebook group to post about thisidea, but I find it confusing.  I don't see a way to start a thread, it seems like a very jumbled-up system.  Maybe that's because I'm new to Facebook.

Can someone please advise me how to get a good thread on safety posters going on Facebook?  Is there anywhere else where we're likely to get a decent volume of responses?
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Marc Martin
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It should be straightforward enough to post a new topic on the Facebook group.

I know there is a "New Facebook" layout which is admittedly confusing, but I'm using a browser extension to revert it back to the old layout.

That Facebook group is probably one of the larger groups around on the subject, at 4000 members.

Marc
 
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Re: EMF Safety Posters Idea

davidrsnell
Thanks Marc for your kind attention and quick help.  I tried making a post on FB, but there didn't seem to be any way to select a Topic or Subject.  I clicked on "Add To Your Post" and the "More" link too, but neither one led to a topic.  Maybe if I downloaded your browser extension it would be clear on how to do it.  I use Google Chrome for my Mac mainly, also Firefox and Safari. Thanks in advance if you can help.
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Marc Martin
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There isn't a "topic" or "subject"... there is just the text of the post, and maybe a picture associated with it.

The browser extension I'm using is this:

  https://revertsite.com/

This doesn't change the functionality of Facebook, just reverts it back to the old look that many of us are very familiar with.

Marc
 
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Re: EMF Safety Posters Idea

Marc Martin
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So, looking at my Facebook in a web browser...

Select the group ("Electrical Sensitivity Support Group").

There should be a "Write Post" box at the top, and a "Write Something" text area within that.  So you write whatever you want to say there.  Then click on the "Post" button.

That's it!

Marc
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Re: EMF Safety Posters Idea

davidrsnell
The post is up at the Facebook group (the same post as the first post in this thread.)  If you're a group member, you'll see it here (let me know if you don't):

https://www.facebook.com/groups/emfSensitivity/permalink/1561507644049586

If you're not a group member, I suppose clicking that link would lead you to a page inviting you to join.

If the FB thread draws much interest, I'll somehow cross-fertilize it with this es-forum.com thread.

The way FB seems to work, there's no "topic" per se, there are just posts and replies to posts.  The replies are the closest thing to an actual thread.
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Re: EMF Safety Posters Idea

davidrsnell
It occurs to me that an excellent way to get a start on creating some safety posters would be to first create a directory of short articles that are heavily focused on giving quick tips.  I started a thread for this idea at:

   http://es-forum.com/EMF-Safety-articles-directory-idea-td4035901.html
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davidrsnell
It occurred to me to do a Google search for any posters on EMF safety. I did locate one:

https://www.hightechhealth.com/product/emf-poster/

But it mainly addresses the harmful effects, not very helpful at all.  Maybe somebody who's better at research can find some pre-existing poster or maybe a short article or infographic that can be used as a helpful poster.
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Re: EMF Safety Posters Idea

davidrsnell
I did a search for "good safety poster design" and found some good resources today.  Nothing EMF-specific, but it will help us design such posters down the line:

  The Ultimate Guide to Safety Posters: https://safestart.com/news/the-ultimate-guide-to-safety-posters/

650+ Customizable Design Templates for ‘Safety’: https://www.postermywall.com/index.php/posters/search?s=safety

Best Safety Posters Examples: https://www.pinterest.com/chrisgwynn/safety-posters/


How to Use Safety Posters Effectively: https://www.creativesafetypublishing.com/how-to-use-safety-posters-effectively/

Safety Poster Design Wizard: https://www.designwizard.com/template/poster/safety-posters/

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Re: EMF Safety Posters Idea

davidrsnell
I recently assigned an assistant the task of making a safety directory on any topics she wanted.  Here's the result:

http://www.freekindposters.org/safer-living-directory.htm

As an experimental test, I didn't tell her to include EMF safety. She knows I suffer from EMF, but still she forgot all about including it!

It's a nice effort, considering she's a Filipino virtual assistant. Still it needs improvement, which will be forthcoming in due time.
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Re: EMF Safety Posters Idea

davidrsnell
I haven't found time to actually make any safety posters yet.  But here's a quick way to make your own safety poster:

  -Find a short article on a relevant EMF subject
  -Use my previous post -monitor-displays-easier-to-read-td4035294.html to get a "bookmarklet" that makes all text boldface and easier to read
  -Print the article and use a highlighter to mark out the most important safety points
  -Add your own anti-EMF discoveries using a big tipped pen

That's all I have time for this week.  I'll keep this thread alive and develop this idea more when I have time.