Everyday heroism requires the right attitude!
Your mother, your father or your teacher are not always there when you need help. Always remember the 112 emergency number just in case something happens. You may need help if you fall off a horse or a moped in the wilderness, or if you find your neighbour collapsed on the stairs in your building.
When outdoors, remember traffic regulations and wear a reflector when it is dark. Drivers cannot avoid what they cannot see! Take other people into account for instance when exercising your pet. Not everyone knows that it is a good idea to ring your bell if you are riding a bicycle and approaching from behind someone walking a dog. Or that you can actually put studded tyres on your bike for winter.
You will be safer at home if your parents show you where the electricity mains switch and the water mains stop tap are. If you notice a fire or suspicious smoke, call 112 immediately.
We can all make our everyday lives safer if we take better care of ourselves and others. Everyday heroism can be something as simple as telling your parents or teachers if you notice that your friend is having a problem.