The Fire Safety Division’s Public Education strives to provide effective fire safety education safety conditions. Programs are a “hands-on” approach and available for all ages, including children and adults.
To Apply for a Public Education Services, fill out the a Public Education Activity Request Form. All events, except for the Home Safety Surveys, must be scheduled at least three weeks in advance.
Here’s a listing of our Public Education Activities:
We address fire safety issues in many areas for an entire school assemblies or a single classroom presentation. The grade level will determine the level of presentations, the type of handout material, and the style of instruction.
We believe in preventing fire deaths and injuries by teaching fire-safe behavior. Our presentations are customized to the appropriate age level and group we are speaking too. A few of our topics include:
If you want your students to learn about a career in the fire service, just give us a call. We offer brief an informative interactive lesson and presentations in a classroom setting for children in preschool through high school.
Firefighters and Firefighter Paramedics are available on a limited schedule to come out to your location to present to a Civic Group, Homeowners Association, Church, School, or other organization and speak about issues that are directly impacting our community related to health, wellness, and injury prevention. Please take a moment to review the topics and choose which one would be best for your group.
Educational Topics Include:
- Hypertension (High Blood Pressure)
- Falls Prevention
- Heart Attack
- Importance of CPR and Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
- Hurricane Preparedness
- Fire Safety