Fire Safety for Kids

Tips to Protect your Kids

These tips and many others can be found at www.Safekids.org.

"Home fires start and spread quickly, which is why we all need to be careful and educated when it comes to fire safety. Just a little bit of planning can make a big difference for your family."

  • "Working Smoke alarms reduce the chances of dying in a fire by nearly 50 percent. They are a critical first step for staying safe, but in order to be effective, they have to be working properly."
  • "Teach kids never to play with matches and lighters. Make a habit of placing these items up and away from young children"
  • "Create and practice a home fire escape plan with two ways out of your house in case of a fire."
  • "Children should know how to respond to the sound of a smoke alarm. Teach them to get low and get out when they hear it"
  • "Use common sense in the kitchen. Limit distractions when cooking and don't leave a hot oven or stovetop unattended"

For Kids

Sparky the Fire Dog is waiting at www.Sparky.org to help kids learn about fire safety with activities, interactive games, cartoons, and more.

 

This is a comprehensive Fire Safety Education video created by Brampton Fire and Emergency Services located in Brampton, ON. This is meant to explain the basics of fire safety to your kids.

 

 

A similar video that explains the basics offire safety to your kids.