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  • 1. The Great Chicago Fire of 1871!
  • 2. Fire Safety Tips and Techniques
  • 3.
    • FIRE SAFETY TIPS FOR AROUND THE HOUSE
    PERSONAL SAFETY STOP - DROP - ROLL ESCAPE PLANS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY SMOKE DETECTORS NEVER PLAY WITH FIRE!!!
  • 4. Fire needs three things to live.
    • Heat (flames)
    • Fuel (wood, paper, books, cotton, etc.)
    • Oxygen (air)
    Take away any one of these things and the fire goes OUT!
  • 5. Firemen use this knowledge to fight fires!
    • They use water to remove HEAT.
    • They use Foam to remove Oxygen.
    • They use axes and pike poles to remove fuel.
  • 6. Fire Fighters wear protective clothing to stay safe.
    • Helmets to protect from falling objects.
    • Steel reinforced boots to protect their feet and legs.
    • Bunker pants/quick-hitches and coat, to protect from heat and falling hot liquid.
    • YOU don’t have this protective clothing.
  • 7. Never Play with Matches or Lighters
    • If you find matches give them to an adult
    • Never play with a lighter
    • If you see a lighter, have an adult take care of it
    • Never play with fire of any kind
    • Playing with fire can cause your clothes to burn
  • 8.
    • What do you do if your clothes catch on fire?
    • Fire needs oxygen to live.
    • Rolling takes away the fire’s oxygen.
    • Running increases the oxygen and the fire gets bigger!
    • So What Should YOU do?
  • 9. DROP ROLL
  • 10. Smoke Detectors Save Lives
    • CHECK THEM EVERY MONTH!
    • CHANGE BATTERIES AT LEAST YEARLY!
    • KEEP THEM CLEAN AND DUST FREE!
  • 11. How do You get OUT of a House Fire!
    • Smoke and heat gather at the ceiling first.
    • Stay LOW and CRAWL out!
    • Feel the doors and don’t open a hot door!
    • Do not stop for ANYTHING!
  • 12. E.D.I.T.H.
  • 13. E.D.I.T.H. E = ESCAPE D = DRILLS I = IN T = THE H = HOME
  • 14. TWO WAYS OUT
    • Plan ahead and have TWO ways out of every room!
    • Through a door or out a Window.
  • 15. ESCAPE DRILLS IN THE HOME How do you survive?
    • Install Smoke Detectors and keep them in working order!
    • Make an escape plan and practice it !
    • HAVE A MEETING PLACE OUTSIDE!
    • Once you are out of the house, STAY OUT!
  • 16. Have a meeting place outside!
    • Near a Tree
    • By the mailbox
    • Next to the swing
    • Anywhere away from the road and the house
  • 17. Once you are out STAY OUT!
    • Don’t go back inside for anything.
    • Don’t go looking for your favorite book.
    • Don’t go to get your favorite clothes.
    • Don’t go looking for your parents or anyone.
    • Don’t even go looking for your dog. He is probably safe outside running around!
    • STAY OUTSIDE AT THE MEETING PLACE!
  • 18. Should you call 911 before you leave the house?
    • NO WAY!
    • GET OUT!
    • Call from a neighbor’s home
    • Tell the neighbor to call.
    • Remember only call 911 for emergencies.
  • 19. PLAY IT SAFE!
    • Fire Safety is up to you!!
    • Keep yourself safe and keep your family safe by practicing safety measures in your own home!!
  • 20. The End! Go To: Table of Contents To View Presentation Again, Click HERE.