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Posted on: April 27, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Emeryville Residents Can Learn About Home Fire Safety With the American Red Cross

Home Fire Safety Education

Most of us don’t realize we have just two minutes to escape a home fire. That’s why the American Red Cross is preparing families to act quickly through their Home Fire Campaign. Since launching the campaign in 2014, they’ve helped save at least 820 lives across the country by helping families create escape plans and installing free smoke alarms. This critical work is made possible with partners, who have helped make nearly 900,000 households safer in at-risk communities.

Purpose:Educate you and your household on home fire safety prevention, creating an escape plan and go-bag, and other actionable steps to prepare for an emergency. They will walk you through testing your smoke alarms, creating your plan, and starting the critical conversations with your household.
Length:Each virtual home visit lasts approximately 30 minutes and can be done via phone call or video conference.
How:Request an appointment by going to Home Fire Safety Education.QR Code

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Please include the following in your email:

  • Home address
  • Phone Number
  • Email address

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