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In the event of a home fire, every second counts. Use these free materials to teach your community about the importance of having a home fire escape plan.
Here you’ll find social media content, pictographs, stock photos, videos and b-roll to increase awareness about how to make and practice a fire escape plan.Explore the library
Our Home Fire Escape Plan grid
“Make a fire escape plan around your abilities (older adults)” flyer
The Exchange serves as a centralized location for national, state and local fire prevention and life safety practices and public education materials that organizations may wish to share with other communities. Visit the Exchange
The U.S. Fire Administration recommends the following organizations as trusted and reliable sources for free outreach materials you can use to help increase awareness about fires in your community.
American Red Cross
Home fire escape planning guides for single-/multi-family homes and highrise apartments.
Each year, the American Red Cross responds to nearly 66,000 home fires — the biggest disaster threat to American families.
National Fire Protection Association
The “Keeping Your Community Safe with Home Fire Escape Planning” toolkit has everything you’ll need to help residents in your community make and practice a home fire escape plan. It contains handouts, talking points, outreach ideas, public service announcements, sample news releases and op-eds.
The National Fire Protection Association helps to reduce fire loss through consensus codes and standards, research, training and education.