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Did you know what the most important thing to you is? No, it's not your money, nor your clothes, nor even your GP, it is YOUR HEALTH and WELL-BEING.



  The security of your life is the most paramount thing and that is why you must stay safe at all time and keep away from things that threaten your WELL-BEING.

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  In order to help you stay safe within and outside the school environment, here are compilation of certain things which you should try to inculcate. 


Things that should be followed in order to stay safe within and outside the School Environment 


1. Walk in groups quite often 

 You don't necessarily have to be an extrovert before making friends. There are lesser chances of getting into trouble when you walk in groups - like with your friends or course mates.


2. Have your ID card with you

Whether it's a Student Identity card, National Identity Card, Voters Card or Work ID Card; having an ID card with you always could come in handy.
  It has a lot of advantages in which the most popular advantage is - it serves as means of identification

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3. Dress decently

A popular saying says thus; you'll be addressed the way you're dressed. If you dress shabbily; it might gives a wrong impression or paint an ominous description of you. 
   However a decent mode of dressing would surely portray you as a gentleman or responsible young lady. 




4. Avoid very odd hours

Avoid walking very late at night - in odd hours as those times are usually vulnerable times. By all possible means, try to avoid movement at times like 11pm and ensure to always follow No #1, #2 and #3. 


5. Let your close ones know about your movements

  It's not a good thing for people NOT to know about your movement. Try to cultivate the habit of telling your friends/close ones about your movement so at least they'd know how to follow up with you.

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How To Keep Yourself Safe Within or Outside the University Environs

Did you know what the most important thing to you is? No, it's not your money, nor your clothes, nor even your GP, it is YOUR HEALTH and WELL-BEING.



  The security of your life is the most paramount thing and that is why you must stay safe at all time and keep away from things that threaten your WELL-BEING.

Did you Miss: 5 Reasons Why You Really Need To Be on LinkedIn

  In order to help you stay safe within and outside the school environment, here are compilation of certain things which you should try to inculcate. 


Things that should be followed in order to stay safe within and outside the School Environment 


1. Walk in groups quite often 

 You don't necessarily have to be an extrovert before making friends. There are lesser chances of getting into trouble when you walk in groups - like with your friends or course mates.


2. Have your ID card with you

Whether it's a Student Identity card, National Identity Card, Voters Card or Work ID Card; having an ID card with you always could come in handy.
  It has a lot of advantages in which the most popular advantage is - it serves as means of identification

4 Amazing Things You Can Actually Do Inside FUTA Library 

3. Dress decently

A popular saying says thus; you'll be addressed the way you're dressed. If you dress shabbily; it might gives a wrong impression or paint an ominous description of you. 
   However a decent mode of dressing would surely portray you as a gentleman or responsible young lady. 




4. Avoid very odd hours

Avoid walking very late at night - in odd hours as those times are usually vulnerable times. By all possible means, try to avoid movement at times like 11pm and ensure to always follow No #1, #2 and #3. 


5. Let your close ones know about your movements

  It's not a good thing for people NOT to know about your movement. Try to cultivate the habit of telling your friends/close ones about your movement so at least they'd know how to follow up with you.

Want to checkout more Guide like this from FutaNewsandGist? Click here 

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