Remembering When: How to Prevent Fires Brochures
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Reinforce fire safety fundamentals for seniors and lower the risk of fire deaths in a high-risk group.
Statistics show that people age 65 and older are twice as likely to die in a home fire as the general population. Help them beat the odds with NFPA®'s redesigned and updated How to Prevent Fires Brochures. Perfect for all your community outreach programs, they deliver key fire safety basics through short, easy-to-read text and colorful illustrations.
For use with or without the Remembering When curriculum, these dynamic brochures reinforce the eight tips that can keep older adults fire safe, including:
- Give space heaters space.
- Be kitchen wise.
- If you smoke, smoke outside.
- Stop, drop, and roll if clothes catch on fire.
- Plan and practice your escape from fire.
Order plenty of copies to help seniors avoid home fires and escape safely if fire strikes. (Adult, Package of 100)
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