The mobile Fire Safety House helps teach children how to best respond to a house fire situation. With two training rooms, props, and non-toxic smoke, the house is designed to provide a realistic environment for teaching basic fire prevention and fire survival skills.
A certified instructor guides children through the house in small groups to help kids learn about smoke detectors, two-ways out, special meeting places, and the importance of not hiding during a fire. The Fire Safety House visits are provided free of charge. For more information on the Fire Safety House education program or to schedule a class in your area, please contact Fire Marshal/Educator Lt. Josh Hazle at firstname.lastname@example.org
Schools, Daycare, Civic Organizations Fire safety presentations and demonstrations including tours of the fire safety house can be scheduled by contacting Fire Marshal/Educator Lt. Josh Hazle.