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Fire Prevention Week

Fire prevention week is a week in October that is designated towards teaching children how to prevent and what to do incase of a fire. Often times, Fire Departments will visit schools and go over different important aspects of preventing fires and what to do in an emergency. 

NFPA Fire Prevention Week

Fire Prevention Weeks 2021 campaign is, “Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety.” The campaign works to educate everyone about the different sounds the smoke and carbon monoxide alarms make. Teaching people to know these sounds will allow people to be able to take action when they hear them and allow them to get to safety.

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Everyone has the ability to help make our community a safer place by learning about how and why fires begin. It is also important to be able to identify any sort of potential hazard that can arise in everyday lives. Everything you need to know to help keep you, your family, and your community safe from fire and other hazards can be found here.  

Close Before You Doze Program

During a fire, closing your door has the potential to save your life. The Close Before You Doze campaign was designed by Underwriters Laboratories dedicated to advancing the public safety mission through discovery and application of scientific knowledge.

Close Before You Doze

Close Before You Doze is a program designed to teach people to close their doors before they go to sleep because it has been proven that doors can help save lives in case of a fire. 

Learn not to Burn Program

NFPA's Learn Not to Burn programs reach children using proven strategies that incorporate teachings of positive and practical fire safety messaging.

Burn Prevention

Learn before you burn is a program created by the NFPA to teach young school age children about the hazards of fire and how to prevent themselves from getting hurt.

AED & CPR Awareness Week

Every year, from June 1 to June 7, CPR and AED Awareness Week turns the spotlight on hands-only CPR and the chain of survival. June 1 - 7 each year is the National CPR and AED Awareness week. It highlights how lives can be saved if more people know CPR and how to properly us an AED. 

CPR & AED Information

AED and CPR Awareness Week is designed to help educate people on the importance of knowing what to do when someone is in cardiac arrest and how to use the equipment often available to the public. Early recognition and early CPR can help save a life.

Burn Awareness Week

Every year, the first full week in February  is known as Burn Awareness Week. The American Burn Association is dedicated to improving the lives of people affected by burn injury and how to prevent such injuries. 

Burn Safety

The National Burn Awareness Week is dedicated to fire and burn safety and educating the public on what to do in these emergencies. 

National Electrical Safety Month

The Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting electrical safety in the home, school, and workplace. Each May, the ESFI has an annual campaign to educate the public about the steps that can be taken in order to reduce the number of electrically related fires.

Electrical Safety Month Information

Included on the ESFI website is an extensive collection of fact sheets and safety tips that can be use to promote electrical safety and National Electrical Safety Month in your home, school, community, or workplace. 

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