Make Your Home Fire Safe!

  • Smoke detectors save lives! Install a battery-operated smoke detector outside each sleeping area and on every level of your home. Use the test button to check each smoke detector once a month. When necessary, replace batteries. Replace batteries at least once a year!
  • Keep a working fire extinguisher in the kitchen! Ensure you understand the operating instructions or ask a member of the fire department to show you how to use it. Also include written instructions on how to turn off your home's utilities.
  • Conduct periodic fire drills! Make sure all family members know what to do when there is a fire.

Plan Your Escape Routes!

  • Determine at least two ways to escape from every room of your home. If you must use an escape ladder, be sure everyone knows how to use it.
  • Select a safe location outside your home to act as your emergency meeting place.
  • Practice your escape plan at least twice-a-year. The kids will enjoy it - just make sure they know why you're doing it and how important it is! If it's the real thing, once you are out, stay out!

Escape Safely!

  • If you see smoke in your first escape route, use your second way out.
  • If you must exit through smoke, crawl low under the smoke to escape.
  • If you are escaping through a closed door, feel the door before opening it. If it is hot, use your second way out. The heat on the door is most likely generated from the fire burning on the other side - opening that door may allow the fire to spread rapidly!
  • If smoke, heat or flames block your exit routes, stay in the room with the door closed. Signal for help using a bright-colored cloth at the window.
  • If there is a telephone in the room, call the fire department and tell them where you are.

Plan & Prepare!

  • Fire is one of the most common disasters.
  • Fire causes more deaths than any other type of disaster.
  • Fire doesn't have to be deadly if you have early warning from a smoke detector and everyone in your family knows how to escape calmly.
  • Please be serious about the responsibility of planning for and practicing what to do in case of a fire.
  • Be prepared by having various household members do each of the items on the checklist below. Then get together to discuss and finalize your personalized Fire Plan.

Smoke Detectors!

  • Install smoke detectors outside each sleeping area and on each level of your home.
  • Keep new batteries on hand.

New smoke detectors installed:

Batteries Purchased on: [_________________] (Date)

Test smoke detectors once a month!

Start a chart and sign it after each test.

(Family Member Name) [_________________]

checked smoke detectors on: [_________________] (Date)

Fire Extinguishers!

  • Look at the fire extinguisher you have to ensure it is properly charged & hasn't expired.
  • Use the gauge or test button to check proper pressure.
  • If the unit is low on pressure, damaged, or corroded, replace it or have it professionally serviced.

Get Fire Extinguisher training:

(Family Member Name)[_________________]

examined extinguisher on: [_________________] (Date)

(Family Member Names)[_________________] [_________________]

[_________________][_________________] have been trained to use the extinguisher.

Floor Plan!

Draw a floor plan of your home.

Mark two fire escape routes for each room.

Floor Plan completed on: [_________________] (Date)

Pick a Safe Place outside to meet after escaping from a fire.

Safe Place: [_________________] (Location)

Practice a low-crawl escape from your bedroom.

Try it with your eyes closed to see how well you could do in thick smoke.

Smoke Escape Drill conducted on: [_________________] (Date)

Conduct a home fire drill at least twice a year!

Home fire drill conducted on: [_________________] (Date)

Fire Preparedness Products

  Quan.   Description Price
1.   3-story Fire Escape Ladder
Hooks to window ledge!
Item No. 8D
2.   2-story Fire Escape Ladder
Two story fire escape ladder for emergency exit.
Item No. 8C
3.   25-person OSHA Recommended Kit
A 25-person, 127-piece OSHA-recommended first aid kit.
Item No. 5BB
4.   Gas Shut Off Wrench
Emergency gas shut-off wrench for disaster preparation.
Item No. 8F
5.   The Life Hammer
Emergency car hammer to break glass in emergency.
Item No. 8L
6.   24-Inch Crow Bar
Emergency 30-inch pry/crow bar for disaster relief.
Item No. 8E
7.   3M Particulate Respirator N95 - 8210
After a disaster or terrorist attack, dangerous debris, bacteria, and fumes are launched into the air. This particulate mask will protect you with a 95% filtration efficiency against solid and liquid aerosols that do not contain oil.
Item No. 8M95-8210
8.   15-Inch Pry Crow Bar
Emergency 15-inch crow bar.
Item No. 8H
9.   3M Particulate Respirator N95 - 9210
After a disaster or terrorist attack, dangerous debris, bacteria, and fumes are launched into the air. This particulate mask will protect you with its 95% filtration efficiency against solid and liquid aerosols that do not contain oil.
Item No. 8M95-9210
10.   Search & Rescue Kit
Emergency search & rescue kit for outdoor survival & disaster relief.
Item No. 8A
11.   ER Potassium Iodide
Potassium Iodide helps shield thyroid from radiation damage.
Item No. POI
12.   CPR - Bloodborne Pathogen Kit
Emergency CPR and bloodborne pathogen kit.
Item No. 5H
13.   ER Deluxe First Aid Kit - 68-Piece
Medium-sized Emergency First Aid Kit (includes 52 pieces)
Item No. 5EE
14.   ER Personal First Aid Kit - 40-Piece
Personal emergency first aid kit (includes 33 pieces).
Item No. 5GG
15.   Trauma - Central Supply Kit
Comprehensive first aid items designed for disaster related and other substantial injuries for up to 75 people.
Item No. 5A
16.   CPR Mask
Emergency CPR Mask.
Item No. 5K
All prices in US Dollars

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