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Alarms Always have fire alarms in your house.
Never take the batteries out of the smoke detector Never take the batteries out of the smoke detector. Batteries
Call in case of an emergency. Know your address. Call 911
If you are on fire Stop, Drop, Cover, and Roll Stop, Drop, Cover, and Roll If you are on fire Stop, Drop, Cover, and Roll. Stop Drop, Cover and Roll
A fire extinguisher puts out fires with foam. Extinguisher A fire extinguisher puts out fires with foam.
Never play with fire. Fire Never play with fire.
If there is a fire, get out of the house and go for help. Get Out! Go for help! If there is a fire, get out of the house and go for help.
A fire hydrant is used to bring water to a house on fire. Hydrant
Before going into a room during a fire, feel the inside door to see if it is hot. Inside, feel the doors
Just keep practicing your escape route and show others visiting you. Just Practice
Know your address in case of a fire. Know your address
If you are on a second floor, have an escape ladder to get out. Ladder
Always have a family meeting spot. Meeting Spot Always have a family meeting spot.
This is not a monster. It is a fireman in his protective gear. Not A Monster
Firemen wear oxygen masks to help them breathe in a smoky area. Oxygen Masks
Always have an escape plan for the house you live in. Plan of Escape
You should have more than one quick way out. Quick way out
Remember, never go back inside the building! Stay at your meeting spot. Remember…… never go back inside
If the house is on fire, stay low. Smoke rises; oxygen is down low. Stay Low
If you are trapped in a room, throw toys, blankets, and other things out the window. Show the firemen where you are. Throw toys out the window
Stay under the smoke on the floor. Under the smoke
. You did a very good job at the Survive Alive House. Very Good You did a very good job at the Survive Alive House.
Water is important in putting out fires but not all fires will go out with water. Water
Check your fire alarms once a month, an extra check never hurt. eXtra alarm checks Check your fire alarms once a month, an extra check never hurt.
You can prevent fires !!! You
Most fires happen at night while you are getting Zzzzzzs Zzzzzzs Most fires happen at night while you are getting Zzzzzzs
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We wish you a blessed month of Ramadan and pray to Allah the Almighty for many happy returns of this month.
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