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Post these social media “cards” on Facebook to promote this year’s home escape planning and practice messages, or use them however they support your FPW efforts. 

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Social Media Card - Join The Other Half
  Social Media Card - Plan Your Escape
 Social Media Card - Practice Your Plan    Social Media Card - Use Time Wisely

Help NFPA spread Fire Prevention Week messages through Twitter and Facebook.

  • It’s #FirePreventionWeek! Every Second Counts: Plan 2 Ways Out! Create a home escape plan today!
  • Home escape plans save lives! Learn how to develop one with all members of your household. #FirePreventionWeek
  • Practicing a home escape plan ensures you’ll know what to do in a real fire. Do it 2x/yr! #FirePreventionWeek
  • Use the @NFPA mapping grid to create a home escape plan with all members of your household. #FirePreventionWeek
  • Know 2 ways out of every room in your home! Hint: It’s usually a door and a window. #FirePreventionWeek
  • Clear clutter away from all exits in your home. Make sure windows can open easily! #FirePreventionWeek
  • Escape plans include an outdoor meeting spot where everyone will meet. Pick 1 with ur family! #FirePreventionWeek
  • 71% of Americans surveyed say they have an escape plan, but less than half have practiced it. #FirePreventionWeek
  • The @NFPA “Get Outside & Stay Outside” video shows why u never go back inside a burning bldg. #FirePreventionWeek
  • Get outside and stay outside – never go back inside a burning building!  #FirePreventionWeek
  • When a smoke alarm sounds, you may have 1-2 mins to escape. Know how to use the time wisely! #FirePreventionWeek
  • Download the @NFPA home escape planning tip sheet & keep your family safe! #FirePreventionWeek
  • Smoke alarms alert u to fire in time to escape – test them monthly to make sure they r working! #FirePreventionWeek
  • “Every Second Counts: Plan 2 Ways Out!” That’s the theme for #FirePreventionWeek, October 8-14, 2017. Create a home escape plan with all members of your household today!
  • Would you and your family members know what to do in a real fire situation? Develop a home escape plan together and practice it.
  • A home escape plan includes two exits from each room in your home (typically a door and a window). Make sure your exits are clear of clutter and that windows can open easily.
  • It’s 2:00 o’clock in the morning. You and your family are fast asleep when you awaken to the smoke alarm sounding and the smell of smoke. If you’re not sure what you’d do next, it’s time to learn!
  • In a fire, working smoke alarms alert you in time to escape safely. Make sure you know how to use those minutes wisely. Develop a home fire escape plan and practice it twice a year with all members of your household!
  • Use this home escape planning grid to map out a floor plan of your home. Make sure it includes the location of all smoke alarms in your home; two exits from every room; a path from each exit to the outside; and an outdoor meeting place where everyone will meet upon exiting. home escape plan includes an outside meeting place where everyone will meet upon exiting the home. Pick a stationary location in front of your home, like a tree, mailbox, or light post.
  • In a fire situation, once you get outside, stay outside! Call 911 or the local emergency number immediately from your cell phone or a neighbor’s phone.
  • Firefighters are equipped to go inside a burning building – you’re not. Never go back inside a burning building!
  • Create different fire scenarios for practicing your home fire escape plan like blocking some exits and conducting a fire drill in the dark. Develop a plan for each situation.
  • If there are members of your household who need assistance escaping a fire situation, make sure your home escape plans account for their needs.