Translation

Help communities plan for safety with the NFPA home fire escape plan and grid

By nfpa@jiveon.com If a fire breaks out in a home, residents may only have minutes to get out safely. Seconds count. Seconds can mean the difference between people escaping safely from fire or having their lives end in tragedy. A critical part of escaping safely is for

Source:: NFPA – Safety Information


Related Articles

FPW poster helps broaden the campaign’s reach

By Lisa Braxton The staff of the Aurora Regional Fire Museum in Illinois purchased NFPA educational materials last year for…

Celebrate reading campaign with Sparky School House

By Lisa Braxton If you’ve thought about reading a fire safety story at school or at a community event, now…

Fire service version of holiday standard puts entertaining spin on fire safety

By Lisa Braxton The holiday wish for Barrie Fire and Emergency Service of Ontario is for all residents to have…