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A Proposal in Enacting the National Safety Education Bill
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A Proposal in Enacting the National Safety Education Bill
Choi, Sangok; Lee, Jeongho;
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This article aims to explain why the National Safety Education bill must be enacted in South Korea. This bill embraces several items, whose goals pursue improving the safety of citizens from disasters and emergencies, and emphasizes letting a citizen take a safety education class. Several scholars declare that a safety education leads a citizen to live in a much safer circumstance by teaching a citizen how to handle emergencies in natural disasters and social disasters. Therefore, it is reasonable that Korean decision-makers consider passing the National Safety Eduction bill.
National Safety Education Law;Disaster and Safety Education;Disaster Relief;Safety Culture;
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