How do you spread awareness of basic fire protection and safety knowledge to the community?

Smoke Alarms

  1. Install at least one smoke alarm in every bedroom.
  2. Install additional smoke alarms in hallways and common areas in the vicinity of bedrooms.
  3. Install at least one smoke alarm on every level of your home.

What is community fire protection plan?

The BFP’s flagship contingency planning model called community fire protection plan directed every fire station in the region to choose a target barangay under its area of responsibility where they can conduct hazard evaluation, hazard elimination, and tactical defense.

What are the Sounds of Fire Safety?

The NFPA offers the following tips on the Sounds of Fire Safety: A continuous set of three loud beeps—beep, beep, beep—means smoke or fire. Get out and stay out, call 911. A single chirp every 30 or 60 seconds means the battery is low and must be changed.

What are the different fire safety topics?

Fire Safety Topics. 1 Annual Fire Prevention. National Fire Safety Council publishes a new poster & color / activity sheet each year as part of it’s Annual Fire Prevention 2 Arson Prevention. 3 Burn Prevention. 4 Campfire Safety. 5 Carbon Monoxide Detectors.

What is lessons on fire safety?

Lessons can teach children to realize the importance of having two exits from each room, waiting at a Safe Meeting Place, and remind them to practice their Home Fire Escape Plan during the day and at night. Fire hazards can be found in any home. Lessons help children become aware of the importance of safety and how to keep their home fire-safe.

What can I do to help my community prevent Home Fires?

Help your fire department increase community awareness about preventing home fires. Work with the news media to get fire prevention messages into news stories. Learn about the latest research on fire detection, suppression and notification systems.

What is the fire-safe Seniors program?

Fire-Safe Seniors The “Fire-Safe Seniors” program helps fire departments and other community organizations to plan and implement fire safety interventions for the high-risk group of older adults. It uses home assessments, smoke alarm installation, education and follow-up to ensure a comprehensive approach to fire prevention.