Because the majority of fire deaths occur in the home, it's important to take precautions to provide adequate fire safety for everyone. Learn more about escape planning, smoke alarms, and home fire sprinklers. Download our free safety tip sheet on fire safety for people with disabilities.
People who are deaf or hard-of-hearing cannot depend on the sound of a regular smoke alarm to alert them to a fire. Learn about alarms with strobe (flashing) lights, download a comprehensive safety guide, and see our free safety tip sheet on fire safety for people who are deaf or hard-of-hearing.
Safety in the workplace: Information on emergency planning, suggested evacuation aids, drills and training, and practicing and maintaining workplace escape plans.
English PDF (1 MB) or Word (1 MB)
Spanish PDF (2 MB) or Word (2 MB)
Spanish for Latin America PDF (2 MB) or Word (2 MB)
Safety in high-rise buildings: Information about working with building management, the local fire department, and other residents on safe evacuation practices.
English PDF (20 KB) or Word (21 KB)
Spanish PDF (233 KB)
Spanish for Latin America PDF (220 KB)