Personnel are trained to provide safety messages to a variety of audiences including preschools, church groups, scouts, service groups, assisted living homes, and others. Safety messages can easily be tailored to the needs of the group. Station tours are also available.
Community events also offer the opportunity to provide relevant information on what to do in case of an emergency and promote safety concepts.
The portable "doll-type" house allows children a hands-on approach to learning key concepts about fire safety and injury prevention in their homes.
Public Education Trailer
The Public Education Trailer is a RV specially designed to simulate a home environment. It is our mobile classroom that we use to teach home safety, fire escape planning, and severe weather preparedness. It is ideal for all ages.
School-Aged Education Program
The first full week of October is dedicated to Fire Prevention Week, however, we dedicate the entire month of October to educate our school children on fire safety. Throughout the month we visit the elementary schools throughout the county to teach the children the importance of fire safety and prevention.
Juvenile Firesetters Intervention Program
An educational intervention program targeted for juvenile firesetters administered by nationally certified personnel. Referrals are received from court officials, school counselors, law enforcement officials, mental health practitioners, fire investigators, firefighters, parents, and adult relatives.