Child Safety Education
Full list of Child Safety Education results
Out of tragedy, an affirmation that fire prevention messages do work–
8-year-old Tamia Price remembered the firefighters’ messages of knowing two ways out of the home
How changing your decon practice could save your life–
A chemical detoxifier removes more harmful particulates than just soap, water and scrubbing, according to a recent study
FDNY firefighter saves boy, 4, from locked hot car–
Firefighter Matthew Clinton, 29, broke the window with a hammer to get the four-year-old out of the car
A Day With Firefighters–
Join 8-year old Journey for a behind the scenes look in to a day in the life of a Firefighter. Watch as he learns why fire stations have sleeping quarters, what happens when a call comes in – even at 2 in the morning, and how heavy fire gear really is.
As a special bonus, see Journey demonstrate his STOP, DROP and ROLL moves!
How to put out an electrical fire in five steps–
A community guide for preventing and extinguishing electrical fires
Public safety agencies send important message on National Heatstroke Prevention Day–
Officials are using the hashtag #HeatStrokeKills to spread the message about this preventable tragedy
New bill hopes to decrease child hot car deaths with technology–
An alert system would tell drivers that a passenger is in the backseat when the car is turned off
Girl, 5, uses fire-prevention lessons in house fire–
Mother: She could have freaked out, but she followed the family's emergency fire plan to a T
Check for bunk beds–
By Mark van der Feyst Whether these bed systems are for two children or a single child, bunk beds are becoming a trendy, saving-space way to provide a fashionable work/play area for the child or ch...
2 children dead in W.Va. house fire–
The children, ages 9 and 3, died of smoke inhalation when their brother accidentally lit living room curtains ablaze while playing with a lighter