Whether you are just getting started in fire safety education, or you are a seasoned educator, these resources will get you on your way to a successful program.
The Fire Safety Program Toolkit takes you step-by-step through the development or enhancement of your fire safety education program to meet the specific needs of your community.
The Fire Safety Program Toolkit was created by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, with assistance from the U.S. Fire Administration.
See also: Public Fire Education Planning: A Five-Step Process PDF 4.1 MB
Adding a fire safety trailer can take your education program to a whole new level by providing students with hands-on learning opportunities that build upon what they learn in the classroom. The Fire Safety Trailer Curriculum offers you an “out-of-the-box” way to use a fire safety trailer to teach students of all ages about fire safety.Download the Fire Safety Trailer Curriculum PDF 8.5 MB
The Fire-Safe Seniors Program helps you plan and implement fire safety interventions for the high-risk group of older adults. It can be used by organizations that serve seniors at the national, state or community level, such as fire departments, meal delivery programs, home companion groups, senior center associations, and many other groups.
Learn more about the Fire-Safe Seniors Program.
More than half of child fire deaths are among children age four or younger—making them an important audience for fire prevention and education. If you’ve ever visited a preschool classroom to discuss fire safety, or have met with older toddlers during community outreach activities, you know they can be a tough crowd to reach.
That’s why USFA collaborated with Sesame Workshop to create the Sesame Street® Fire Safety Program for preschool kids.
Presentation for use by community educators to teach residents the essentials of home fire safety. Included are audience-specific slides for older adults and caregivers.Download the community presentation PPT 1.5 MB