Need a program for your preschoolers? The Sesame Street Fire Safety Program curriculum for preschoolers is available in both English and Spanish. The curriculum includes an educator’s guide for teachers, a CD of songs and stories, a family guide, a coloring and activity booklet, and a poster. Only U.S. fire departments, schools and day care providers can order printed copies of the full curriculum.
Prevention 1st, a program of Lifespan, is on a mission to prevent injury by educating and hazard-proofing the environments of those most at risk: older adults, young children and people with disabilities.
Click here for the "Before the Fire: Prevention Works" Fire Safety Prevention for Grades Pre-K through 8 downloadable PDF packet.
This site is to help benefit Fire Departments/Districts in Illinois
Resources and Tools tab:
Links for seasonal CRR campaign ideas and guides
See your departments data from 2016-2020
NFPA offers free safety tip sheets on a variety of fire and life safety topics.
Download, print and share these tip sheets to spread the word about fire safety. Some safety tips sheets can be customized with your organization's contact information. Open the PDF and scroll down to the bottom of the tip sheet. There you will see two lines where the text of your choice can be inserted. If you do not wish to customize the sheet, delete the text "Name of Organization Here and Contact Information Here".
Vision 20/20 Project is guided by a coalition of national organizations and experts exemplifying how collaboration, communication, and commitment to data-based solutions saves lives and property.
Under the "CRR Connect" tab, you will find several helpful tools:
Community Risk Assessment Guide
Guide to Home Safety Visits
Home Safety Visit App
CRR Materials Generator
This Fall Prevention PowerPoint presentation was put together by Huntley Fire Protection District for older adults. It has great information and pictures. You can change it to suit your department.
After proving that a closed door could potentially save lives in a fire, the Fire Safety Research Institute is committed to share this finding with the world. Click on the above title and it will lead you to the section for first responders. Go to the "toolbox" tab for all kinds of free downloads to help you spread the word!