Summer Fire Safety

Summer Fire Safety

Summer is almost here. Many schools have already released students for the summer break. Make sure your community knows that fire does not take a summer break. Share these fire safety messages to remind children and their caregivers to have a fire safe summer

  • Make a home fire escape plan and practice it at least twice a year with your children.
  • Have a fire escape plan for young children who cannot get outside by themselves. Talk about who will help each child get out safely.
  • Children should know what to do when they hear a smoke alarm and there is no adult around. Help them practice going to an outside meeting place.
  • Teach children to never go back inside a building that is on fire.
  • Keep children 3 feet away from anything that can get hot.
  • Keep smoking materials locked up in a high place.
  • Never play with lighters or matches when you are with your children.
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                                                   Information thanks to the U.S. Fire Administration
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Are You Attending NFPA's Annual Conference and Expo in Las Vegas?

Are you headed to Las Vegas for the NFPA Annual Conference June 11-14? If so, stop by USFA's booth #607.

Also, new this year, NFPA will have a Fire Prevention Week booth. Stop by to see all of the new materials supporting the 2018 theme. The booth is located next to NFPA's main booth in the Expo Center.

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