Fire Safety for People with Disabilities Brochure
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Provide specialized guidance to prepare people with disabilities to equip their homes for fire safety, respond appropriately in an emergency, and stay alive.
Most fire deaths happen in the home. Because escape can be especially difficult for people with disabilities, they face higher risks than the general population. NFPA®'s updated Fire Safety for People with Disabilities Brochures explore issues involving egress and alarms that present special challenges for individuals in this group and offer simple strategies to keep them safe.
Featuring dynamic new visuals and streamlined for easy reading, these brochures provide critical information on:
- Planning and practicing a well-thought-out escape plan
- Notifying authorities in case of emergencies. It's important to provide text telephone devices for people who are deaf or hard of hearing.
- Installing smoke alarms, including strobe alarms or vibration equipment where appropriate
- Testing alarms regularly. Some alarms have special features that make them easier to test.
- The effectiveness of automatic sprinklers--an important consideration in any home or apartment purchase or renovation
Order now and spread the word about safety measures that improve the odds for people at high risk. (Adult, Package of 100)
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