Fire Safety is no Accident
Knowing about fire safety can help keep you safe!
Never play with matches or lighters. If you see one of your friends playing with fire tell an adult right away.
Have your parents check your smoke detectors. Batteries need changed twice a year. Change them when you change your clocks!
Know how to call 911 in case there is an emergency. Never be afraid to call for help if you or a friend are hurt.
Kids Fire Safety Video
Watch the Fire Safety Video to learn more about Fire Safety. Watch the movie with your parents in case you have any questions.
What the experts say
Listen to what these animals have to say. It can help keep you safe!
Get out fast! When you hear the loud beep of the smoke alarm, get out of the house. Never hide or take time to grab your belongings or pets.
SportyFire Safety Dog
Choose a meeting place. Pick a safe and easy-to-remember spot outside your home where you will meet your family after you get out.
MadisonFire Safety Mouse
Test smoke alarms. Help grown-ups remember to test smoke alarms monthly and to put in new batteries twice a year when the clocks change.
FrankFire Safety Lamb
Stop, Drop, and Roll. If your clothing catches fire, remember to stop where you are and drop to the ground.
PawsFire Safety Cat
What do Firefighters Wear
Watch the video to see what Firefighters wear when there is an emergency. Never be afraid or hide from a firefighter. They are there to help you and your family if there is an emergency.