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Home Fire Escape Plan Home Fire Escape Plan How to make a Sparky® is a trademark of NFPA®. ©NFPA 2019 Visit Sparky.org for more activities! FIRE PREVENTION WEEK NFPA® — The Official Sponsor of Fire Prevention Week Since 1922 Sample Escape Plan WINDOW WINDOW WINDOW WINDOW WINDOW WINDOW WINDOW WINDOW DOOR DOOR Meeting Place WINDOW WINDOW CLOSET LIVING ROOM KITCHEN BATHROOM BATHROOM MASTER BEDROOM BEDROOM 2 BEDROOM 1 BATHROOM LANDING 1st FLOOR 2nd FLOOR Draw a map of your home. Show all doors and windows. Visit each room. Find two ways out. All windows and doors should open easily. You should be able to use them to get outside. Make sure your home has smoke alarms. Push the test button to make sure each alarm is working. Pick a meeting place outside. It should be in front of your home. Everyone will meet at the meeting place. Make sure your house or building number can be seen from the street. Talk about your plan with everyone in your home. Learn the emergency phone number for your fire department. Practice your home fire drill! Make your own home fire escape plan using the grid provided on page 2. SA SA SA SA SA
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  • Home FireEscape PlanHome FireEscape PlanHow to make a

    Sparky® is a trademark of NFPA®. ©NFPA 2019

    Visit Sparky.orgfor more activities!

    FIRE PREVENTION WEEK™ NFPA® — The O�cial Sponsor of Fire Prevention Week Since 1922

    Sample Escape Plan

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    Draw a map of your home. Show all doors and windows.

    Visit each room. Find two ways out.

    All windows and doors should open easily. You should be able to use them to get outside.

    Make sure your home has smoke alarms. Push the test button to make sure each alarm is working.

    Pick a meeting place outside. It should be in front of your home. Everyone will meet at themeeting place.

    Make sure your house or building number can be seen from the street.

    Talk about your plan with everyone in your home.

    Learn the emergency phone number for your fire department.

    Practice your home fire drill!

    Make your own home fire escape plan using the grid provided on page 2.

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  • FIRE PREVENTION WEEK™ NFPA® — The O�cial Sponsor of Fire Prevention Week Since 1922

    Home FireEscape PlanHow to make a

    Grown-ups: Children don’t always wake up when the smoke alarm sounds. Know what your child will do before a fire occurs.Get more information on smoke alarms and escape planning at nfpa.org/factsheets.

    Memorize your fire department’s emergency phone numberand write it here:

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    • Draw a floor plan or a map of your home. Show all doors and windows.• Mark two ways out of each room.• Mark all of the smoke alarms with SA . Smoke alarms should be in each sleeping room, outside each sleeping area, and on every level of the home. • Pick a family meeting place outside where everyone can meet.• Remember, practice your plan at least twice a year!

    Sparky® is a trademark of NFPA®. ©NFPA 2019 PLAN 19

    Visit Sparky.orgfor more activities!

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