An escape plan could save your life
Does your family have an escape plan? You should. Fire doubles in size every 60 seconds making a quick and easy escape essential to surviving a fire in your home. Sit down with this template
and work on your escape plan with everyone in your family.
This interactive video
of a house fire from the New Zeland Fire Service shows you how quickly a fire spreads. The video highlights the importance of practicing your escape plan and having two ways out.
Fun fire safe kids’ activities for
families are located here.
Aaron’s promise is a book about what might happen if a child
tries to use a lighter. You can find it here.
The Color Me Safe coloring book is located here.
Safe Kids Worldwide has fire safety tips for you here.
The United Sates Fire Administration has information for you here.
Sparky the Fire Dog has more activities for kids here.
Smokey Bear can teach your family about fire safety here.
Multi-Language Fire Safety Videos
Home Safety Challenge
Carbon monoxide and smoke alarms
This program educates viewers on some simple steps they can take to protect their homes against two potential killers: carbon monoxide and the toxic smoke associated with fire. Languages: English, Spanish, Hmong & Somali.
Fire: Anything But child's Play
Children are interested in fire, but they may not understand
the dangers and consequences of experimenting with fire. This video will teach
the family how important it is that children leave fire alone. Available in eight
Preventing hot liquid burns at home
Children can be easily burned by hot liquids, such as coffee or even tap water. This video explains how to prevent children from being painfully burned by hot liquids. Available in 8 languages.
Fire prevention in the kitchen
Did you know that about half of all house fires start in the kitchen? This program provides vital kitchen fire prevention and safety rules and tips. Viewers will learn about the proper use of kitchen stoves and appliances, in addition to the dangers that they present and what to in the event of a kitchen fire. Languages: English, Spanish, Hmong, Somali, Vietnamese, Lao, Khmer & Karen.