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Kids Corner
FIRE SAFETY & PREVENTION


TIPS:

  • Matches are not toys
  • Fire can hurt you and destroy things
  • Once a fire has been started it is difficult to control
  • Matches and lighters are only for adults

If your clothes catch on fire:

  • "STOP" - Don't run
  • "DROP" - Lie on the ground
  • "ROLL" - Cover your EYES &
    FACE with your hands
    AND...
  • "ROLL", "ROLL" and "ROLL YOUR BODY!"

Crawl Low Under Smoke

  • Smoke is dangerous
  • Smoke rises, so cleaner, cooler air is near the floor
  • get down on on hands and knees and crawl under the smoke to the nearest exit!

Do you know what to do if you are asleep and wake up and smell smoke?
First you roll out of bed and crawl your hands and knees to your bedroom door. The reason that you crawl is so that your head is not up in the smoke where there are poisons that can make you unconscious or even kill you.

If your door is closed, you touch the door with the back of your hands. If the door is HOT it means that there is fire on the other side. Don't open the door because the fire will come in the room with you. Instead crawl to a window and escape that way. If you live on the second floor or higher, put your head out of the window and scream FIRE!! until someone comes to help you.

If the door is not hot, then crawl out the front door and run to a neighbors house and wake them up so that they can help you.

Never hide from a fire in a closet or toy box or under the bed. If a fireman has to find you he won't be able to see you.

Once you get out of the house, STAY OUT. Never go back into a burning house , it can cost you your life.

Make sure that your family has a meeting place outside the house. It can be a tree in your yard or it can be a neighbors door. If everyone goes to the meeting place you can be sure that everybody got out of the house O.K. If somebody is still in the house you can tell the firemen when they arrive.

Remember, never ever play with matches or gasoline you can HURT yourself or somebody in your family very badly.

Fire Prevention is everybody's responsibility, LEARN NOT TO BURN!!!