The Education Department is drafting guidelines on extra-curricular activities to help teachers and students take part in indoor and outdoor activities safely. Advice on how to prepare an activity, what facilities should be brought along and what should be done in case of accidents will be given. New activities such as windsurfing, orienteering and cycling will be included in the draft. Public concern over safety in extra-curricular activities was raised after the Pat Sin Leng blaze in which two teachers and three students of Fung Yiu King Memorial Secondary School were killed while hiking. John So Chun-hok, the Education Department's inspector of schools, said: 'Each activity will have an individual chapter which gives details of its preparatory and crisis handling procedures. This is to make sure teachers can have something to follow in holding extra-curricular activities.' Mr So said teachers would be asked to watch out for fire in the new guidelines. He said the guidelines would be available in September.