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October 3–9 is a busy week! Not only is it National 4-H Week, but it’s also Fire Prevention Week!

Randolph County 4-H teamed up with City Of Asheboro Fire Department’s Captain Jason Joines to create fire prevention videos. The videos covered this year’s National Fire Prevention Association theme, “Learn The Sounds Of Fire Safety”. According to the latest NFPA “Smoke Alarms in the U.S.” report, working smoke alarms in the home reduce the risk of dying in a reported fire by more than half. However, almost three out of five home fire deaths occur in homes with no smoke alarms (41 percent) or smoke alarms that failed to operate (16 percent); missing or non-functional power sources, including missing or disconnected batteries, dead batteries, and disconnected hardwired alarms or other AC power issues, are the most common factors when smoke alarms fail to operate. Topics covered were Home Emergency Plans, alarm sounds, how to change the batteries, and what to do in case of a fire or an emergency.

Stay tuned to our Facebook pages (both Randolph County 4-H and Asheboro Fire Department) to see the Fire Prevention Video of the Day! 

Get ready for a week filled with lots of fun and learning opportunities! Check out our Intro Video here!

Monday Video: Know Your Alarm Sounds

Tuesday Video: Check Those Batteries

Wednesday Video: What To Do In Case Of A Fire 

Thursday Video: Home Emergency Plans

Friday Videos: What’s Your Spark?

Fire Prevention Resources:

Randolph County 4-H & Asheboro Fire Department Home Emergency Plan template

Learn The Sounds coloring sheet (English)

Learn The Sounds coloring sheet (Spanish)

Home Fire Escape Plan Checklist

Escape Planning Tips

Fire Prevention Week Grade Level Aligned Lesson Plans

Serve Up Fire Safety Coloring Sheet

Fire Safety Adult Coloring Sheet

Fire Prevention Happens All Year Long

Other Fire Safety Resources and Activity Sheets

Written By

Allison Walker, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionAllison WalkerExtension Agent, 4-H Youth Development Call Allison Email Allison N.C. Cooperative Extension, Randolph County Center
Page Last Updated: 2 months ago
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