U.S. Fire Administration for Citizens:
Information on home fire prevention including high-rises, statistics, escape planning, arson awareness, etc.
Ready.gov - Prepare. Plan. Stay Informed:
US Department of Homeland Security Ready Campaign, educating and empowering Americans to prepare for emergencies.
An information resource for elimintating residential fire deaths.
For Those 50+ - Prevent Fire. Save Lives:
Guide and materials for a fire safety campaign for those 50 and better. Materials include power point presentation and camera-ready art for posters, flyers and print advertisements. Spanish versions included for most items also.
Children under five are twice as likely to die in residential fires than the rest of the population. This FEMA website is a guide to fire safety for parents of young children.
NFPA’s Emergency Evacuation Planning Guide:
This guide for people with disabilities provides evacuation plan information specific to the five general categories (mobility, visual, hearing, speech, and cognitive).
Home Fire Safety Checklist
This home inspection can be completed in about twenty minutes, and the entire family may participate.
Home Safety Council:
Home Safety Council’s website contains safety information, home safety research, checklists, safety tips, safety resources, safety quizzes, and safety lessons.
Northeast Ohio Regional Fusion Center:
This is a group effort of local, state, and federal safety organizations that share information regarding crime and terrorism in order to improve the ability to detect, prevent, investigate and respond to criminal activity.