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Fires Happen. Prepare Now. Learn How. Download poster PDF 294 KB
Use these materials to help to raise community awareness about lifesaving skills that might be needed in case of a fire — such as “stop, drop and roll,” calling 911, and teaching children how to escape from a home fire.
If your clothes catch fire, stop, drop and roll. Stop, drop to the ground, and cover your face with your hands. Roll over and over or back and forth until the fire is out.
Many people who experience a home fire don’t know where to begin or who to contact afterward. Inform residents about what to do after a fire … before fire strikes. Doing so will help them with the recovery process in the unfortunate event of a home fire.
This booklet provides information on recovering from a fire, including what to do during the first 24 hours, insurance considerations, valuing property, replacing documents, salvage hints, fire department operations and more.Order/Download (English and Spanish, free)
Share these materials to help community residents prepare for wildfires and other emergencies.
Make sure all vents for your furnace, stove, fireplaces, and dryers are clear of snow and other debris.
Tips for homeowners to help them prepare their homes and their community for a wildfire.