Community Fire Safety Resources
Quick Statistics and Facts
View or download the latest fire safety and prevention fact sheets from the American Red Cross.
Mesothelioma Cancer (Asbestos.com)
Asbestos was used as insulation in buildings. When these buildings catch fire, the asbestos in them becomes airborne and threatens the health of anyone that come into contact with it. The Mesothelioma Center (Asbestos.com) is a valuable resource to educate and help anyone suffering from mesothelioma find free care and support.
American Red Cross - Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Fact Sheet
Learn about the silent dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning by viewing this Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Fact Sheet.
American Red Cross - Children and Home Fires Fact Sheet
Download or view important facts and information regarding children and home fires.
American Red Cross - Cooking Fires Fact Sheet
Cooking fires are the number one cause of home fires and home fire injuries. Learn more about Cooking Fires from this fact sheet.
American Red Cross - Fire Safety Fact Sheet
Did you know 80% of Americans don’t realize that home fires are the single most common disaster across the nation? These are just a few facts that are important to know. Download the American Red Cross Fire Safety Fact Sheet to learn more useful information about fire safety.
American Red Cross - Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Review the most common questions about Fire prevention and safety.
American Red Cross - Holiday Home Fires Fact Sheet
The holidays are a time for family and joyous events. Learn more about the dangers of holiday home fires.
American Red Cross - Home Heating Fires Fact Sheet
The number of home fires the American Red Cross has responded to has risen 10% since 2000. Learn more about home heating fires by viewing or downloading this informative fact sheet.
Planning and Checklists
Prepare and plan for the worst with the following worksheets and checklists.
American Red Cross - Fire Prevention & Safety Checklist
Download this Fire Prevention & Safety Checklist to evaluate and prepare for fire related emergencies.
American Red Cross - Home Fire Escape Plan
Use the provided graph in this worksheet to draw your home’s floor plan, and plot your home fire escape routes.