How to Create a Family Fire Safety Plan
Protect your family.
A house fire can spread rapidly, leaving little time to safely evacuate. An effective fire safety plan is the key to keeping yourself, and those you love, safe in case of a fire.
1. Draw a map of your home, note every door and window.
2. Plan two ways out of every room, and make sure all windows open easily.
3. Establish a meeting place outside, like a tree or a mailbox.
4. Install smoke detectors on each level of your home, with an additional detector in each sleeping room.
5. Twice a year, practice your fire safety drill with all family members.
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