Fire Safety Education Resources


We are developing and compiling material to be posted here, so this will be a growing and evolving page!

SHORTCUT TO CATEGORIES:
General Fire Safety Information & Current Reports
Off-Campus Fire Safety
Resident Assistant Resources
Fire Safety for Students with Disabilities

GENERAL FIRE SAFETY & CURRENT REPORTS

pdficon_small Campus Fire Safety Information Sheet
Contains current information pertaining to campus fires, safety information, educational programs, and legislation. Source: Campus Firewatch
pdficon_small Campus Firelog
This is a detailed listing of all campus-related incidents (fatal and non-fatal) identified by Campus Firewatch going back to 2000. Source: Campus Firewatch
pdficon_small Education Strategies for Campus Fire Safety
These are 10 “Things to Try” when it comes to fire safety outreach. Source: Campus Firewatch

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OFF-CAMPUS FIRE SAFETY

pdficon_small Questions to Ask for Parents & Students
This tool provides important information for parents and students to consider when looking for on- or off-campus student housing. Source: Campus Firewatch

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RESIDENT ASSISTANT RESOURCES

pdficon_small RA Guide to Teaching Fire Safety
Developed by the Michael H. Minger Foundation with the help of Resident Assistants and Residence Hall Coordinators as a tool for RAs to use in their programs and on bulletin boards. Includes posters, photos, and important language for fire safety topics such as cooking, escape planning, smoke alarms, and more.  Source: Minger Foundation

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FIRE SAFETY FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

pdficon_small Guide to Teaching Fire Safety to Students with Disabilities
Developed as a tool for campus and community fire safety educators to use in teaching fire safety to students with disabilities. Source: Minger Foundation & Campus Firewatch
pdficon_small Fire Safety Solutions for People with Disabilities – Implementing a Home Fire Safety & Smoke Alarm Installation Program
A home fire safety program developed to educate people with disabilities on the availability and installation of specialized smoke alarms. Source: Fire Protection Publications, Oklahoma State University

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