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Fire Safety Tips For Kids

Be Smart



Don't touch matches. Stay away from lighters and candles, too.
Don't play with electrical cords. And don't stick anything into an electrical socket.
Don't play around in the kitchen. If you want to cook something, be sure to check with a grown-up first.
Don't put anything over a lamp. Things thrown over a lamp (like blankets or clothing) could catch fire.

Be Prepared

Make an escape plan. Work with your family to plan how to get out of your home if there is a fire.
Plan two ways out of every room. The first way out should be a door.
Choose a meeting place. Pick a safe and easy-to-remember spot outside your home where you will meet your family after you get out.
Practice! Every escape path needs to be planned and practiced with grown-ups.

Test smoke alarms. Help grown-ups remember to test smoke alarms monthly and to put in new batteries twice a year when the clocks change.

Be Safe

Get out fast! When you hear the loud beep of the smoke alarm, get out of the house. Never hide or take time to grab your belongings or pets.
Follow your escape plan. After all, you've been practicing!
Feel a door before you open it. If it is hot, there may be fire on the other side. Try to get out another way.
Stay low to the floor. Since smoke rises, the safest air for breathing is down low.

Call 990 or the fire department. Be sure to do this after you get out of the house. Remember: Only call 999 / 990   if there is a real emergency.
Stay out! Once you're out, stay out. Don't go back for anything!

And Remember...

Stop, Drop, and Roll. If your clothing catches fire, remember to stop where you are and drop to the ground. Cover your face and mouth with your hands, and roll over and over until the flames are out.

ChildProof Your Homes

Each year, children are injured by hazards in and around the home. It is extremely important that all measures are taken to childproof homes where there are children as a few simple measures can go a long way towards preventing accidental fires and to protecting lives.
Emergency Numbers:
   Fire 990 Police 999 ODPM 511 Ambulance 811


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