Adventist Adventurer Awards/Fire Safety
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- 1 What should you do if your clothes catch on fire?
- 2 What should you do if there is smoke in your house and it’s hard to breathe?
- 3 Memorize your phone number and street address.
- 4 What phone number do you call if there is a fire? What do you tell the person who answers the phone?
- 5 Visit a fire department.
What should you do if your clothes catch on fire?
- Stop: Stop where you are. Don’t run!
- Drop: Drop to the ground.
- Roll: Cover your face with hands & roll over and over to smother the flames.
What should you do if there is smoke in your house and it’s hard to breathe?
- Crawl low under smoke where the air is fresher and cooler.
- Get out fast. Do not stop to rescue pets or personal possessions.
- Feel the door with the back of your hand. If the door is hot, use another escape route.
- Go directly to your meeting place outside.
- Call 9-1-1 from a neighbor’s home.
- Stay out! Never go back inside for any reason.
Memorize your phone number and street address.
What phone number do you call if there is a fire? What do you tell the person who answers the phone?
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- In case of fire, get out of the house immediately and go directly to a neighbor’s house and dial 9-1-1.
- Provide as much information as possible. Name and your address.
- Stay on the line until the emergency operator advises you to hang up.
Visit a fire department.
Watch this Safety Tip Video