Professionals Keep fit and healthy during the Covid pandemic As we know cycling is a fantastic way to keep your body and mind fit and healthy. And it is something that you can do out in the fresh air, in your own personal space. Put your cycling skills to practice and fit a bit of cycling into your routine. Keep Calm and Carry On Cycling!
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They can also be used to share information with school and community leaders and media. Consider the following advice from other checklist users: Have lots of copies of the checklist available Make copies of blank checklists and hand them out. The more comments you get, the better. This is an important way to build awareness and support about problems that need to be fixed. Make certain that school administrators, public officials and the media receive checklists, too.
Suggest that the local newspaper print a version before the Walk to School or Bike to School event. Recruit public officials Ask law enforcement, traffic engineers and department of public works officials to take part, and listen to their opinions and ideas. They are the experts in crafting solutions to walking and biking challenges. Collect checklists and compile the results Involve students in reading checklists and tabulating and summarizing the results. Ask for help Share the results with people who can take action and ask them to help.
Different types of problems need the help of different people. For instance, if speeding is a problem, law enforcement may need to help. If sidewalks are needed, the city public works department may need to know. Below is a quick guide to who to try contacting depending on the problem.
Keep fit and healthy during the Covid-19 pandemic