My questions is prompted by but not limited to Do you think that camping is safe? How to stay safe while camping with my little daughter
It's a common and understandable question, but they correctly get quickly closed as unclear what you're asking or too broad. In my personal opinion an answer explaining risk and safety would be very much appropriate for those questions - most importantly that there's no such thing as a hard line between safe and unsafe. So my proposal is to create an "artificial" canonical question asking about whether a very general scenario is safe and then a community answer that tries to get that point (and more as appropriate) over. Including examples what good and concrete questions about risk/risk-mitigation one could ask. Then we can close future such questions as duplicate, the asker gets a relevant answer and information on how to better approach their problem and ask questions.
What do you think about this idea?