PROTECT YOUR FAMILY FROM FIRE
By taking simple preventative measures, we can all help prevent fire, and save lives, homes and everything that we hold dear. The Prince Edward Island Fire Marshal's Office encourages everyone to participate in fire prevention activities at home, work and school, not only during Fire Prevention Week, but throughout the entire year.
Fire Safety Tips for everyone
National Fire Protection Association website for Fire Prevention Week
Check out this unique, interactive site created by our friends in Alberta: fire prevention information, model house demo with safety tips, smoke alarm and escape planning.
Fire safety puzzles and games for children:
- Fire Prevention Week Poster
- Practice Outdoor Safety Fire Maze
- Safety Ideas for Special Occasions
- Know your Fire Escapes
- Safety with Lighters and Matches
- Hot Things Can Burn - Word Scramble
- Smoke Alarm Quiz
Visit with Elmer the Safety Elephant
Newcomers: Fire safety information is available from NFPA in multiple languages. Information on cooking safety, electrical safety, escape planning, and heating safety.
Fire safety checklists and more safety information for older adults, available in Arabic, Chinese, Farsi, French, German, Greek, Hindi, Hmong, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Russian, Spanish, Tagalog, Thai, and Vietnamese.
- Fire Safety in a Hurricane or other storm
- Fire Safety Information for Children - Click Here for some great fire safety stuff: coloring pages, safety checklists, and general information for children.
Fire Safety Tips
- Baby Sitters Guide
- Candle Safety
- Carbon Monoxide Safety
- Christmas Safety
- Cooking Fires
- Electrical Safety
- Farm Safety Tips
- Fire Extinguishers
- Fire Safety, Power Outages
- Gasoline Safety
- How Smoke Kills
- Kitchen Safety
- Plan Your Escape Routes
- Practice Your 3 Minute Drill
- Safety In The Home
- Safety In The Office
- Safety In Winter
- Seniors Safety
- Smoke Alarms
- What To Do When Lights And Sirens Approaching
- Winter Safety
Requirements for homes, rentals, cottages, etc.
- Egress Requirements for Single Family Dwellings and other Residential Properties(Cottages, Homes, & Apartment Buildings).
- Fundamental Requirements
- Means of Escape
- Window Size for Egress
- Guidelines for the Establishment of Bed and Breakfast Within a Single Family Dwelling
- Guidelines for Rental Cottages