Preparedness & Prevention
First Line of Defense - Installing Smoke AlarmsContains 4 Component(s)
This training is brought to you by First Alert and the National Volunteer Fire Council. The course was created to help you understand the need for community-based fire safety education and alarm installation. It aims to give you the tools to help your neighbors reduce the risk of being injured or dying in a house fire. The first line of defense is proper smoke alarm placement, installation, and having enough alarms in each home. This, combined with providing education and resources, along with fire sprinklers, will help make your community significantly safer.
Planning and Implementing a Training ProgramContains 4 Component(s)
This course reviews best practices for creating a robust training program in a volunteer fire department. You will learn how to ensure your training program produces positive outcomes, accomplishes training goals, and prepares members to run safe and effective operations.
Protect Against the Silent Killer: Installing Carbon Monoxide DetectorsContains 4 Component(s)
First Alert and the NVFC developed this course to help you understand the strong need for community-based CO safety education and alarm installation programs and also to provide you with the tools and information to properly install CO alarms in your community to reduce your neighbors' risks of dying from CO poisoning.
Home Fire Preparedness - Fire Extinguisher Best PracticesContains 4 Component(s)
This training will help you understand the need for community-based fire extinguisher education programs.
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