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The U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) develops and delivers fire prevention and safety education programs in partnership with other federal agencies, the fire and emergency response community, the media, and safety interest groups. We also work with the public and private groups to promote and improve fire prevention and life safety through research, testing and evaluation.
The toolkit contains content that you can share on Twitter, Facebook and other social media channels to increase awareness about wildfires and outdoor fire safety.Explore the toolkit
USFA creates, reviews and collects resources that can be used in public outreach activities to help keep communities safe from fire.
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This immersive 360-degree kitchen fire-safety video lets you choose where to look instead of just sitting back and watching. Look around our kitchen to find the fire hazards. Once you've found them, pan around to see how you can easily fix them and make your kitchen fire safe. (This video works with virtual reality (VR) headsets.)
You play a major role in communicating important fire safety and prevention information to the public. Resources on this page will help you make the most of teachable moments.
Explore our latest research and special studies on home fire sprinklers, smoke alarms, fire detection and notification technologies, and municipal water supply systems.
The Fire Marshal Interchange is a free, secure information platform that allows fire marshals from across the United States to share knowledge and information outside jurisdictions.Learn how you can join!