Often, a fire near or in your home means that you need to make a quick getaway, and a handy backpack full of survival basics can ease the departure. Consider food, water, first aid, warmth, light, and communication as you assemble your kit.View Emergency Kits
In any emergency situation, good communication is essential. It’s important to be in touch — not only with your family and loved ones — but with news and weather reports.View Radios
Light and Power Supplies
Portable energy and light sources are invaluable if a fire forces your family out of your home. Consider storing a lightweight power source in your car or in another handy place.View Light Sources View Power Supplies
The NFPA recommends installing smoke alarms in every sleeping room and on every level of your house. Be sure to test each alarm once a month. Plan with your family to know what to do and where to go if a smoke alarm sounds.
When was the last time you checked your smoke alarms?