Videos and public service announcements

NFPA has developed several videos to help you, your family, and your community learn about the importance of cooking safely.

Videos for kids

Sparky’s Aunt Dotty and her kitchen fire-safety rules for kids
Sparky® the Fire Dog's Aunt Dotty, teaches kids kitchen-safety rules from NFPA®'s new "Sparky the Fire Dog®'s Get Cookin' with Fire Safety" video! 

 
Safety Scout Steve Kitchen Safety Inspection
Meet Safety Scout Steve, a junior fire dog in training, as he interviews a professional chef to earn his "kitchen safety merit badge."


Sparky’s "Kitchen Rules"
Sparky the Fire Dog®, along with a cast of canine characters that include Sparky's eccentric Aunt Dotty, the happy and laid back Dude, and Safety Scout Steve, a Junior Safety Dog in training, teaches kids kitchen-safety messages in this fun song from NFPA®'s new "Sparky the Fire Dog®'s Get Cookin' with Fire Safety" video.


Sparky’s Safety Spots – Kitchen Fires (with Julia Child)
World renowned chef Julia Child cooks up some memorable advice about how to prevent fires in your kitchen.

Videos for adults


NFPA Safety Tips – Cooking Safety
Cooking fires are the number one cause of home fires and home fire injuries. Just a few simple safety tips can protect you and your family from a potentially devastating home fire.


Kitchen for Trouble – Dan Doofus
"Kitchen for Trouble" stars cartoon character Dan Doofus who has to learn the hard way how to prevent cooking fires.


NFPA Offers Cooking Safety Tips
NFPA’s Lisa Braxton demonstrates how to stay safe when you’re cooking food in your kitchen.


ESPN Hannah Storm and Grilling Accident
ESPN SportsCenter anchor Hannah Storm talks about surviving a grilling accident.

Public service announcements


Keep Kids Away from Cooking Areas
Cooking fires are the leading cause of home structure fires and associated civilian injuries. This video, which provides information about child safety in the kitchen, is part of a series of public service announcements developed by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) that reinforces cooking safety messages for everyone in your community. 


Prevent Scalds and Burns
Cooking fires are the leading cause of home structure fires and associated civilian injuries. This video, which offers important information about how to prevent scalds and burns while cooking in the kitchen, is part of a series of public service announcements developed by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to reinforce cooking safety messages in your community.


Watch What You Heat
Cooking fires are the leading cause of home structure fires and associated civilian injuries. This video offers good advice about staying alert while cooking, and is part of a series of public service announcements developed by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to reinforce cooking safety messages in your community.

 
Keep Things Away From the Heat
Cooking fires are the leading cause of home structure fires and associated civilian injuries. This video describes how to keep items around your cooking area away from the heat source, and is part of a series of public service announcements developed by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to reinforce cooking safety messages in your community. 

Educational presentations

(In Powerpoint format) 

Featured Product
Cooking Fire Safety Brochures
Share tips for avoiding cooking fires -- the #1 cause of home fires and home fire injuries -- with NFPA's Cooking Fire Safety Brochures.
Item #: BR14Z


Cooking Safety Tip Sheets
Dish up safety basics with NFPA's Cooking Safety Tip Sheets. Help reduce the number 1 cause of home fires and home injuries!
Item #: TPSCK14


Sparky's Get Cookin' with Fire Safety DVD
Stir up excitement about kitchen fire safety with this kid-friendly, fun-filled Sparky® video.
Item #: VC112DVD


Sparky® Recipe Cards
Spice up fire safety lessons with NFPA's all-new Sparky Recipe Cards!
Item #: RCARDS13