Partner with us: we are stronger together!
USFA recognizes partnerships as a critical means of delivering accurate and consistent safety messages to the community. We invite fire departments, life safety organizations and fire and life safety professionals to partner on this important initiative. Once you join, we ask you to use the Fire Is Everyone's Fight graphic and tagline on your existing and new materials.
Home fire deaths continue to rise despite increased community risk reduction activities like home safety surveys and smoke alarm installation and education campaigns. Our nation's fire and emergency medical services need to speak with one voice on fire and life safety to relay clear and consistent messages.
Together we can inspire and empower our communities to Step Up for Fire Safety.
Join the fight!
Use the Fire is Everyone's Fight logo on materials you create
The Fire is Everyone's Fight logo is trademarked so we require that you complete a simple registration form to use it. Once you do, you'll have access to various versions of the logo optimized for websites and print materials.Register to use the logo
Join with your fellow safety communicators to speak with “one voice” on monthly fire and life safety themes. View the message calendar.
Home electrical fires
Key fire safety messages for appliances and electrical equipment
Help increase awareness about dangerous home electrical fires in your community with these messages and free materials. #BeKnowDo
BE aware of the causes of home electrical fires.
Electrical failure or malfunction is a leading cause of home fires. Wiring, receptacles like outlets and power strips, and electrical panel wiring are the items most involved in home electrical fires.
KNOW the facts about electrical fires.
Over 80% of home electrical fires occur in 1- and 2-family homes.
Home electrical fires result in over twice the dollar loss per fire than nonelectrical home fires.
Home electrical fires start most often in bedrooms.
DO ask community residents to check their wiring and appliances to make sure they are mitigating electrical fire risks.
Plug major appliances directly into a wall outlet.
Don't overload power strips and extension cords.
Check appliance and other electrical cords for damage before using them.
Have flood-damaged appliances and home wiring inspected and repaired by a qualified repair company or licensed electrician.
Spread the word about Fire Is Everyone’s Fight on social media
Social graphics and sample posts
Fire is Everyone's Fight® is an initiative to unite our community around reducing home fire deaths and injuries by changing how people think about fire and fire prevention. Partnerships are a critical means of delivering accurate and consistent safety messages to the community. We invite all organizations and businesses in our community to partner with [insert your fire department/organization name] on this important initiative. Contact us to learn how. #FireIsEveryonesFight #FireSafety #FirePrevention #StepUpForFireSafetyDownload social card
Fire is Everyone's Fight® is an initiative to unite our community around reducing home fire deaths and injuries by changing how people think about fire and fire prevention.
Partnerships are a critical means of delivering accurate and consistent safety messages to the community. We invite all organizations and businesses in our community to partner with [insert your fire department/organization name] on this important initiative. Contact us to learn how. #FireIsEveryonesFight #FireSafety #FirePrevention #StepUpForFireSafety
Public service announcements
Fire Is Everyone’s Fight outreach
USFA outreach materials
USFA image gallery
Free, high-resolution U.S. Fire Administration stock images for your use in fire and life safety outreach, training and other materials. Images are copyright-free and no permission is required. Visit the image gallery
Ways to use the logo on your outreach materials
Check out how fire departments and fire service organizations are using the Fire Is Everyone's Fight logo and public service announcements (PSAs) to help change how people think about fire and fire prevention.
The Springfield (Illinois) Fire Department used this PSA on city buses to promote the importance of smoke alarms.
The West Hartford (Connecticut) Fire Department posted this PSA at the Bradley International Airport.
The Bristol (Tennessee) Fire Department includes the logo on its department patch.
The Ohio State Fire Marshal's Fire Prevention Bureau includes the logo on its conference and meeting display.
The Auburn (Indiana) Fire Department created Fire Is Everyone's Fight logo decals for their fire service vehicles.
The International Fire Safety Training Association at Oklahoma State University used the logo during their conference to raise awareness about Fire Is Everyone's Fight.
The Greenville (South Carolina) City Fire Department has a PSA at bus stops to promote safe cooking.
Send us your photos!
Is your fire department or organization using the logo on your outreach materials to help spread the word about fire prevention in your community? Email us a high resolution photo, along with a caption, and we'll showcase your effort here.