FPR: Fire Prevention

 

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FPR001REMEMBERING WHEN: a fire & fall prevention programOLDER ADULTS A fire and fall prevention program for older adults with lesson plans, game cards, reproducible handouts, presentation materials, and one each of the two brochures: How to prevent fires and How to prevent falls.
FPR002REMEMBER WHEN: a fire and fall prevention programOLDER ADULTS A fire and fall prevention program for older adults with lesson plans, game cards, reproducible handouts, presentation materials, and one each of the two brochures: How to prevent fires and How to prevent falls.
FPR003REMEMBER WHEN: a fire and fall prevention programOLDER ADULTS A fire and fall prevention program for older adults with lesson plans, game cards, reproducible handouts, presentation materials, and one each of the two brochures: How to prevent fires and How to prevent falls.
FPR004CLINICIAN’S MANUAL FOR PREVENTING AND TREATING JUVENULE FIRE INVOLVEMENTThis is a manual for mental health clinicians who treat children and adolescents who have behavior problems, and their families.
FPR005A GUIDE FOR STOPPING JUVENILE FIRE INVOLVEMENT IN THE COMMUNITYFire Service Educator’s Manual The TAPP-C Fire Service Educator’s Manual has been designed to provide fire educators with the information and tools they need to conduct successful fire safety sessions with children or teens involved in fire setting. The manual contains teaching guides for each of the four age groups, as well as supplementary materials and information. The lessons and activities revolve around the critical fire safety themes of prevention, detection and escape.
FPR006EXTY AND HYDRO’S ACTIVITY BOOKThis activity book provides children with valuable learning tools about fire safety and prevention.
FPR007SESAME STREET FIRE SAFETY STATIONAudio cassette, poster, coloring book, & Instructors guide. This activity book and the accompanying cassette of songs and stories helps educators reach preschoolers with simple, memorable fire safety messages. These materials include two principle messages which fire safety educators agree are most important: Hot Things Burn and Get Out And Stay Out!
FPR008THE LEARN NOT TO BURN – PRESCHOOL PROGRAMTEACHER’S GUIDE– This program contains these unique features: Identification of eight key firesafety behavior for children age 3-5. Emphasis on specific firesafety knowledge and actions for the children to learn–and the caregiver to observe–in the child care center.
FPR009THE LEARN NOT TO BURN – PRESCHOOL PROGRAMTEACHER’S GUIDE– This program contains these unique features: Identification of eight key firesafety behavior for children age 3-5. Emphasis on specific firesafety knowledge and actions for the children to learn–and the caregiver to observe–in the child care center.
FPR010LEARN NOT TO BURN – KINDERGARTENTEACHER’S GUIDE– By the end of STEP 4, students will have been exposed to 14 lifesaving firesafety behaviors. Step 1 includes the following: Performing stop, drop and roll. Performing crawl low under the smoke. Practicing match and lighter safety. Performing cool a burn procedures.
FPR011LEARN NOT TO BURN – GRADE 1TEACHER’S GUIDE– By the end of STEP 4, students will have been exposed to 14 lifesaving firesafety behaviors. Step 2 includes the following: Performing stop, drop and roll. Performing crawl low under smoke. Practicing match & lighter safety. Performing cool a burn procedures. Reporting fire & smoke immediately. Responding correctly during fire & smoke drills. Identifying exit signs & knowing two ways out of public places.
FPR012LEARN NOT TO BURN – GRADE 2TEACHER’S GUIDE– By the end of STEP 4, students will have been exposed to 14 lifesaving firesafety behaviors. Step 3 includes the following: Performing stop, drop and roll. Performing crawl low under smoke. Practicing match & lighter safety. Performing cool a burn procedures. Reporting fire & smoke immediately. Responding correctly during fire & smoke drills. Identifying exit signs & knowing two ways out of public places. Installing & maintaining smoke detectors. Participating in home hazard inspections. Using a home escape plan.
FPR013LEARN NOT TO BURN – GRADE 3TEACHER’S GUIDE– By the end of STEP 4, students will have been exposed to 14 lifesaving firesafety behaviors. Step 4 includes the following: Performing stop, drop and roll. Performing crawl low under smoke. Practicing match & lighter safety. Performing cool a burn procedures. Reporting fire & smoke immediately. Responding correctly during fire & smoke drills. Identifying exit signs & knowing two ways out of public places. Installing & maintaining smoke detectors. Participating in home hazard inspections. Using a home escape plan. Practicing firesafety around home heating sources. Practicing firesafety with flammable liquids. Practicing outdoor firesafety.
FPR014RISK WATCH – GRADES PRESCHOOL – KINDERGARTENGRADES PRESCHOOL – KINDERGARTEN Most injuries can be prevented by taking simple precautions. Show kids how to beat the odds with valuable Risk Watch lessons that help them make smart safety choice. Little ones enjoy sharing their thoughts and experiences while they learn important injury prevention skills.
FPR015RISK WATCH – GRADES 1 -2GRADES 1 & 2 Most injuries can be prevented by taking simple precautions. Show kids how to beat the odds with valuable Risk Watch lessons that help them make smart safety choices. Children sleuth out the relationship between cause and effect as it pertains to safe decision making.
FPR016RISK WATCH – GRADES 3 -4GRADES 3 & 4 Most injuries can be prevented by taking simple precautions. Show kids how to beat the odds with valuable Risk Watch lessons that help them make smart safety choices. These students apply critical thinking skills to analyze situations and alert others to potential risks.
FPR017RISK WATCH – GRADES 5-6GRADES 5 & 6 Most injuries can be prevented by taking simple precautions. Show kids how to beat the odds with valuable Risk Watch lessons that help them make smart safety choices. Promoters research & “market” safe behavior to their peers, family members, and residents of their community.
FPR018RISK WATCH GRADES 7-8GRADES 7 & 8 Most injuries can be prevented by taking simple precautions. Show kids how to beat the odds with valuable Risk Watch lessons that help them make smart safety choices. At this age, kids learn best by coaching younger children and becoming advocates for safety.
FPR019SENIOR FIRESAFETY WITH JONATHAN WINTERSNFPA enlisted Jonathan Winters, a “senior” himself, to focus his humor on the special fire safety problems and considerations of older adults. Through this enjoyable and informative video, viewers will discover the leading causes of home fires, learn basic fire prevention techniques, find out how to react if fire strikes, and be reminded of the importance of testing smoke detectors regularly.
FPR020SENIOR FIRESAFETY WITH JONATHAN WINTERSNFPA enlisted Jonathan Winters, a “senior” himself, to focus his humor on the special fire safety problems and considerations of older adults. Through this enjoyable and informative video, viewers will discover the leading causes of home fires, learn basic fire prevention techniques, find out how to react if fire strikes, and be reminded of the importance of testing smoke detectors regularly.
FPR021IN THEIR OWN WORDSThis video is a terrific tool for fire professionals, law enforcement officers, mental health counselors and educators. It is designed to help you reach the most challenging audience of all; middle school and high school-age students. Shot in documentary style, In their own words is the story of three teenagers from different cities whose lives were changed by fire. The video captures the emotional, financial and legal price they have paid for setting fires.
FPR022IN THEIR OWN WORDSThis video is a terrific tool for fire professionals, law enforcement officers, mental health counselors and educators. It is designed to help you reach the most challenging audience of all; middle school and high school-age students. Shot in documentary style, In their own words is the story of three teenagers from different cities whose lives were changed by fire. The video captures the emotional, financial and legal price they have paid for setting fires.
FPR023IN THEIR OWN WORDS FOUR YEARS AFTERNow, Four Years After revisits Amy, Jason and Domingo… revealing the directions their lives have taken since the first video was released. Once again, the heart of the program lies in the power of their honesty as they tell their stories in their own words.
FPR024IN THEIR OWN WORDS FOUR YEARS AFTERNow, Four Years After revisits Amy, Jason and Domingo… revealing the directions their lives have taken since the first video was released. Once again, the heart of the program lies in the power of their honesty as they tell their stories in their own words.
FPR025JUVENILE FIRESETTING LIBRARYDVD INCLUDES 4 VIDEOS:  INTERVIEWING KIDS AT RISK shares techniques and proven guidelines to make your interviews with kids most effective. This program is designed to assist people new to the interview process, and to provide insights and tips for those who are more experienced. CHILD FIRESETTING & JUVENILE ARSON is a real eye-opener you can show your city council members and other civic groups about the magnitude of the firesetting and juvenile arson in America. This 10-minute program is a terrific tool for gathering community support for your juvenile firesetter intervention program. IN THEIR OWN WORDS & FOUR YEARS AFTER are ideal tools for classroom use as well as for one-on-one interventions. These programs capture the emotional, financial and legal price three teenagers. . . .Amy, Domingo and Jason have paid for setting fires. Their personal stories offer compelling and truthful portraits that make a lasting impression.
FPR026SURVIVE! FIRE IN YOUR HOME6TH GRADE – ADULT The lesson that simple precautions can save lives is dramatically illustrated in this compelling story of the tragic loss of a 6-year-old fire victim. Viewers will get a close-up view of the awesome power of fire as they join firefighters battling raging blazes. And they’ll see how maintaining smoke detectors and having an escape plan can prevent death and destruction. Encourage people to practice fire safety.
FPR027SURVIVE! FIRE IN YOUR HOME6TH GRADE – ADULT The lesson that simple precautions can save lives is dramatically illustrated in this compelling story of the tragic loss of a 6-year-old fire victim. Viewers will get a close-up view of the awesome power of fire as they join firefighters battling raging blazes. And they’ll see how maintaining smoke detectors and having an escape plan can prevent death and destruction. Encourage people to practice fire safety.
FPR028SURVIVE! FIRE IN YOUR HOME6TH GRADE – ADULT The lesson that simple precautions can save lives is dramatically illustrated in this compelling story of the tragic loss of a 6-year-old fire victim. Viewers will get a close-up view of the awesome power of fire as they join firefighters battling raging blazes. And they’ll see how maintaining smoke detectors and having an escape plan can prevent death and destruction. Encourage people to practice fire safety.
FPR029FIRE: COUNTDOWN TO DISASTER6TH GRADE – ADULT For an unforgettable introduction to the awesome power of fire, this hard-hitting video is the perfect choice! Through live action and animated sequences, viewers will witness the most dramatic flashover sequence ever filmed. . .the lethal effects of smoke that come before flames. . .and more.
FPR030FIRE: COUNTDOWN TO DISASTER6TH GRADE – ADULT For an unforgettable introduction to the awesome power of fire, this hard-hitting video is the perfect choice! Through live action and animated sequences, viewers will witness the most dramatic flashover sequence ever filmed. . .the lethal effects of smoke that come before flames. . .and more.
FPR031FIRE: COUNTDOWN TO DISASTER6TH GRADE – ADULT For an unforgettable introduction to the awesome power of fire, this hard-hitting video is the perfect choice! Through live action and animated sequences, viewers will witness the most dramatic flashover sequence ever filmed. . .the lethal effects of smoke that come before flames. . .and more.
FPR032FIRE POWERFire power is an accurate film documentation of what happens as fire develops & spreads throughout a house. The film shows the power & speed of an uncontrolled fire. The objectives of this film are (1) to motivate the audience to view fire as a serious threat & (2) to focus the attention of the audience on the need for smoke detectors, escape plans & immediate evacuation in the event of a fire, The film also highlights the effectiveness of residential sprinklers in controlling fire & minimizing damage.
FPR033EMERGENCY ACTION: RESPONDING TO A FIREDemonstrates the five steps of responding to a fire, to minimize life and property loss. Introduces employees to the concept of the Emergency Action Plan for their business or industrial site.
FPR034GO FOR SAFETYGo for safety helps kids learn firesafe behavior through activities based on lessons presented in the illustrated book, audio CD and interactive DVD. It’s designed to capture the imaginations of kids 7-9 years old, and to make their learning experience interactive and engaging.
FPR035GO FOR SAFETYGo for safety helps kids learn firesafe behavior through activities based on lessons presented in the illustrated book, audio CD and interactive DVD. It’s designed to capture the imaginations of kids 7-9 years old, and to make their learning experience interactive and engaging.
FPR036ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY EMERGENCY PLAN OF ACTION GUIDEThis video-based Emergency Guide is an ideal program to help train staff at assisted living facilities. Video Segments Cover: Pre-Emergency Planning, How to Recognize and Remove Fire Hazards, How to Conduct a Fire Exit Drill, Evacuation Teamwork Strategies, Using Fire Extinguishers Effectively and Safely
FPR037ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY EMERGENCY PLAN OF ACTION GUIDEThis video-based Emergency Guide is an ideal program to help train staff at assisted living facilities. Video Segments Cover: Pre-Emergency Planning, How to Recognize and Remove Fire Hazards, How to Conduct a Fire Exit Drill, Evacuation Teamwork Strategies, Using Fire Extinguishers Effectively and Safely
FPR038HOW TO SELECT & SAFELY USE PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHERSViewers will learn how to select the correct fire extinguisher for the job, when to use the fire extinguisher and when to leave the building, how to position yourself and leave a way out, and the limitations of portable extinguishers.
FPR039HOW TO SELECT & SAFELY US PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHERSViewers will learn how to select the correct fire extinguisher for the job, when to use the fire extinguisher and when to leave the building, how to position yourself and leave a way out, and the limitations of portable extinguishers.
FPR040HOW TO SELECT & SAFELY USE PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHERSViewers will learn how to select the correct fire extinguisher for the job, when to use the fire extinguisher and when to leave the building, how to position yourself and leave a way out, and the limitations of portable extinguishers.
FPR041WHEN FIRE STRIKESDesigned to meet the challenges of public education regarding commercial kitchen fires, the video covers prevention, awareness, tips on avoiding fires, and reaction to fires.
FPR042WHEN FIRE STRIKESDesigned to meet the challenges of public education regarding commercial kitchen fires, the video covers prevention, awareness, tips on avoiding fires, and reaction to fires.
FPR043WHEN FIRE STRIKESDesigned to meet the challenges of public education regarding commercial kitchen fires, the video covers prevention, awareness, tips on avoiding fires, and reaction to fires.
FPR044PUBLIC ASSEMBLY FIRE SAFETYPublic Assembly Fire Safety, a CINE award-winner, is a valuable tool for restaurants, theaters, civic halls and other public assembly facilities. Special segments show how employees can create a team to assist customers and visitors in a fire emergency. The 15-minute video comes with reproducible reference guides and a 29-page book, “How to Prepare for a Fire Emergency.”
FPR045PUBLIC ASSEMBLY FIRE SAFETYPublic Assembly Fire Safety, a CINE award-winner, is a valuable tool for restaurants, theaters, civic halls and other public assembly facilities. Special segments show how employees can create a team to assist customers and visitors in a fire emergency. The 15-minute video comes with reproducible reference guides and a 29-page book, “How to Prepare for a Fire Emergency.”
FPR046GETTING OUT ALIVEGetting Out Alive shows viewers how to anticipate and survive a fire in the workplace. More than 250 fire departments throughout the United States contributed to the research for this 15-minute video. Their guidelines make it an on-target safety tool every workplace can put to use. The video comes with reproducible reference guides and a sample evacuation plan for group training.
FPR047GETTING OUT ALIVEGetting Out Alive shows viewers how to anticipate and survive a fire in the workplace. More than 250 fire departments throughout the United States contributed to the research for this 15-minute video. Their guidelines make it an on-target safety tool every workplace can put to use. The video comes with reproducible reference guides and a sample evacuation plan for group training.
FPR048FIRE. . . IN THE WORKPLACEThis video offers an excellent overview of the three primary causes of fire in the workplace. It is fast-moving and filled with live-action footage. Divided into special segments, fire professionals give life-saving tips on electrical safety, protecting against arson, home office safety and emergency evacuation planning. Designed for group training, “Fire in the Workplace” shows employees how to guard against the three main causes of workplace fires. This 25-minute program is being used by 600 fire departments across the United States, and has won six international awards of excellence, including the CINE Golden Eagle.
FPR049FIRE. . . IN THE WORKPLACEThis video offers an excellent overview of the three primary causes of fire in the workplace. It is fast-moving and filled with live-action footage. Divided into special segments, fire professionals give life-saving tips on electrical safety, protecting against arson, home office safety and emergency evacuation planning. Designed for group training, “Fire in the Workplace” shows employees how to guard against the three main causes of workplace fires. This 25-minute program is being used by 600 fire departments across the United States, and has won six international awards of excellence, including the CINE Golden Eagle.
FPR050COMPLETE FIRE PREVENTION LIBRARYDVD INCLUDES SIX VOLUMES : Fire in the Workplace (English and Spanish), Getting Out Alive (English and Spanish), Public Assembly Fire Safety(English and Spanish), When Fire Strikes (English and Spanish), Portable Fire Extinguishers (English and Spanish), & Assisted Living Emergency Guide (English)
FPR051COMPLETE FIRE PREVENTION LIBRARYDVD INCLUDES SIX VOLUMES : Fire in the Workplace (English and Spanish), Getting Out Alive (English and Spanish), Public Assembly Fire Safety(English and Spanish), When Fire Strikes (English and Spanish), Portable Fire Extinguishers (English and Spanish), & Assisted Living Emergency Guide (English)
FPR05210 TIPS FOR FIRE SAFETYKeep people of all ages attuned to life-saving information by showing the ten “Golden Rules” of fire safety in action! NFPA’s 10 tips video uses dynamic visuals, lively graphics, and an original score to present critical fire prevention and response behaviors. Feature it in outreach programs and fire safety presentations to teach folks about kitchen safety, escape plans, smoke alarms, and more.
FPR05310 TIPS FOR FIRE SAFETYKeep people of all ages attuned to life-saving information by showing the ten “Golden Rules” of fire safety in action! NFPA’s 10 tips video uses dynamic visuals, lively graphics, and an original score to present critical fire prevention and response behaviors. Feature it in outreach programs and fire safety presentations to teach folks about kitchen safety, escape plans, smoke alarms, and more.
FPR054MAKING GOOD CHOICES ABOUT FIRE SAFETYThis program features kids talking to kids. Two are burn survivors, three have set fires themselves, four are learning about the importance of fire safety, and all have a message to share. This 12-minute DVD is a terrific teaching tool to use with kids in the 4th, 5th & 6th grades. DVD WITH BOOK
FPR055MAKING GOOD CHOICES ABOUT FIRE SAFETYThis program features kids talking to kids. Two are burn survivors, three have set fires themselves, four are learning about the importance of fire safety, and all have a message to share. This 12-minute DVD is a terrific teaching tool to use with kids in the 4th, 5th & 6th grades. DVD WITH BOOK
FPR056THE LEARN NOT TO BURN- PRESCHOOL PROGRAMTEACHER’S GUIDE– This program contains these unique features: Identification of eight key firesafety behavior for children age 3-5. Emphasis on specific firesafety knowledge and actions for the children to learn–and the caregiver to observe–in the child care center.
FPR057FIREFIGHTER FRANK SAFETY MATERIALSThe Firefighter Frank Fire Safety Program is designed to encourage and teach children about fire safety and how to put those rules into action. Almost as important as the educational information, is to relay it in a matter that the students will comprehend and remember the information. Firefighter Frank incorporates activities and information for all learning styles and appeals to a wide age range
FPR058TO HELL AND BACK: COMMUNITY AWARENESS & JUVENILLE FIRESETTERSIntroducing To Hell and Back: Community Awareness, a burn education and prevention program for high school students, adults, and juvenile firesetters. Utilizing the real-life experiences of burn survivors, the People’s Burn Foundation and a national team of experts built this program to teach the life-long impact of serve burn injuries and the importance of being proactive in practicing burn prevention
FPR059TO HELL AND BACK IIMost see To Hell and Back I first. Understanding the significant need for a program specifically designed for community awareness, the Foundation built To Hell and Back II for implementation by firefighters and fire department public educators for community prevention and education.
FPR060FIRE IS…Fire is black. Fire is hot. Fire is fast. Fire is smoke & gas. Fire is emergency.The “Fire is” series was inspired by stories that Storm, Allison and I ( Dr. Frank Field) have covered as television reporters and the lessons we have been taught by fir volunteers and professionals. “Fire is” employs a straight-talking realistic approach. It is a serious tool for parents, teachers, and fire administrators.
FPR061EDITHMULTILINGUAL DVD —– Exit drills in the house.
FPR062The Fire StationThe fir station is where firefighters park their fire engines, store equipment and slide down the big brass pole. It is also a place where very important decisions and actions take place. In this episode, Freddy the Fireman and Pam the Paramedic will visit a real fire station where children will learn Key Safety Messages they need to know about the Fire Station. Find out where firefighters sleep, eat and even do chores; See the fire pole, equipment and fire engines up close; Experience the 911 Dispatch Room; Understand the importance of firefighters and the community; Learn appropriate behavior when visiting a local fire station. K – 3rd Grade
FPR063Fire EquipmentAs if the actual event of a fire isn’t scary enough, the equipment that our brave firefighters use during a rescue can seem even scarier. To a child hiding in a closet during a fire, the sight of a firefighter wearing a mask and bunker gear can be paralyzing. In this episode, the RVFD gang will visit a fire station where kids will learn all about a firefighter’s gear including how each piece of equipment works and what firefighters look like while performing their critical tasks. Types of jobs: Chief, Captain, Lieutenant, Driver. Bunker gear: pants, coat and boots. Learn how an air tank and mask works. Watch firefighters train and learn how to use their gear. Don’t be afraid of the firefighters – they are there to help you. K- 3rd grade
FPR064Fire TrucksK- 3rd Grade Kids agree: fire trucks are one of the coolest things about being a firefighter. They’re big and fast and make LOTS of noise. But have you ever wondered why there are so many different kinds of fire trucks? This episode will introduce kids to the various types of firefighting vehicles and to the specially trained professionals it takes to drive and safely operate each rig. Types: pumpers, ladders, quints, airport, water barge and airplanes. Parts: hose, ladder, pumps, lights. Learn how each vehicle has a special job helping fight fires. Safety: caution around the trucks (do not enter the street; stay on the sidewalk when a fire truck approaches).
FPR065What Causes Fire?K – 3rd Grade Fire is very important, but fire can be very dangerous. In this episode, the RVFD gang will teach children about what causes fire, how it spreads and how firefighters put them out. Kids will also learn some real life statistics to help drive home the importance of fire safety. Fire facts: The benefits and dangers of fire. What starts fires. Safety tips on how to help prevent fires from starting at home. Fire tools aren’t toys and should only be handled by adults.
FPR066Home Fire Prevention ToolsK – 3rd grade Every year, 80% of all fire causalities happened at home. That’s because many of our homes aren’t equipped with the proper Fire Safety Tools and Prevention Plans necessary to help stop fires from starting. In this episode, Freddy, Pam and the gang teach how kids can be pro-active and help prevent fires from starting. The important fire tools every household must have. The smoke alarm: location, maintenance and battery replacement. Fire Extinguishers: the ABC’s operation and storage. 911: when to dial, how to dial and what to say. The dangers of smoke, carbon monoxide and heat.
FPR067HOME FIRE ESCAP E PLANK – 3rd Grade Each year numerous cases of children being lost in house fires are reported because they didn’t know how to escape from the burning structure. Tragically, many parents are injured when they re-enter the home in search of a family member because a meeting place was never established. These alone are reasons enough to make sure kids understand the importance of having a Home Escape Plan. In this episode, the RVFD gang will teach kids how to create a Home Escape Plan and learn why it is an essential tool that can help save everyone’s lives. Draw a plan of the house. Establish meeting place away from house. Practice fire drills. Review plan with babysitters and caregivers.
FPR068FIRE IN YOUR HOUSE #1K- 3RD GRADE Finding a fire in your home is never a pleasant experience. But waking up to fire at night is even scarier. Unfortunately, most home fires do happen while we are sleeping which makes being properly prepared even more critical. In this episode, Freddy, Pam and the gang will teach kids step-by-step exactly what to do should they find a fire in their house. Sleeping with your bedroom door closed. How to listen for the alarm. Importance of staying calm and yelling for help. Identifying each room’s escape routes: doors and windows. Staying low and crawling. Using the back of your hand to feel if the door is hot.
FPR069FIRE IN YOUR HOUSE #2K- 3RD GRADE Finding a fire in your home is never a pleasant experience. But waking up to fire at night is even scarier. Unfortunately, most home fires do happen while we are sleeping which makes being properly prepared even more critical. In this episode, Freddy, Pam and the gang will teach kids step-by-step exactly what to do should they find a fire in their house. Getting safely out of the house. Meet outside at the pre-approved meeting area. How to call 911. Know your address and phone number. Staying out of the firefighter’s way. What to do after the fire is out.
FPR070IF FIRE GETS ON YOUR CLOTHESK- 3RD GRADE STOP! DROP! AND ROLL! Has long been the response fire personnel teach when a victim’s clothes catch fire. In this episode, join Freddy, Pam and the gang in SONG as they SING and learn about this life-saving technique! How to avoid your clothes catching on fire. The importance of proper fitting sleepware. Demonstration on how to STOP! DROP! ROLL! Teaches child to cover their face and roll like a log.What to do when someone else’s clothes catch on fire. First aid for minor burns.
FPR071FACILITATOR’S GUIDEThe Facilitator’s Guide is a CD-ROM containing guidelines in PDF for getting the most out of the RVFD Fire Safety series discs. You will find helpful information on how to deliver the message that each disc has to offer. Also included are activity sheets in PDF form that you can print out as often as needed to further reinforce the RVFD message.
FPR072FIREFIGHTER/EMS BURN PREVENTION & SITUATIONAL AWARENESTO HELL AND BACK SERIES – 4 DISC DISC 1: Firefighter/EMS burn Prevention & Situational Awareness Teaches firefighters basic burn prevention and EMS personnel pre-hospital treatment of the burn patient. Messages are carried forward through interviews with firefighters, incident commanders and chiefs who were either severely burned or lost firefighters to severe burn injuries. Using 3-D graphics, the To Hell and Back development team “turned the lights on” and recreated the scenarios so firefighters could see what went wrong and how to correct those mistakes to prevent similar actions in the future.
FPR073INTERACTIVE TRAINING SIMULATORTO HELL AND BACK SERIES – 4 DISC DISC 2: This interactive simulator allows firefighters to participate in fireground operations in first person without risk of injury. Using technology similar to that used in military operations, firefighters are placed in scenarios where timing, technique and training will be challenged. The ultimate goal of simulator training is to teach firefighters where and when they could be burned and the severe and lasting consequences of their actions or failure to take the appropriate action.
FPR074COMMUNITY AWARENESS & JUVENILE FIRESETTERSTO HELL AND BACK 4 DISCS DICS 3: To hell and back for community was developed at the demand of thousands of firefighters who wanted to use the To Hell and Back I program to teach residents in their communities. Because this program was not designed as a public education tool on the reality of burn injury, a national team of experts subsequently developed the Community program for high school students and the adult population to fill a gap in burn safety and prevention. To hell and back community is now successfully being used as in-service programs in cooporate environments throughout the nation. To Hell and Back Juvenile Firesetters is also making an impact with several states and fire departments making the program mandatory in their departments and in some court systems
FPR075SNUFFY’S FIRE SAFETY BRIGADEK – 4TH GRADE Snuffy, the fire engine, teaches children about hot spots in a home and what to do when there is a fire.
FPR076COLLEGE FIRE SURVIVALTO HELL AND BACK SERIES 4 DISCS DISC 4: To hell and back for college fire survival is specifically designed for the college student demographic. The national team of experts led by Ed Comeau, a renowned college fire safety and prevention expert, spent months in focus group sessions and conducting market research in Secondlife.com to determine how to best build a program for a population with no fire safety and prevention education since their early childhood years in elementary school. The Foundation will embark on a campaign to make this program mandatory education for all college students through online training that will provide data tracking to determine whether the program is reducing fire-related college students deaths.
FPR077FIRE PREVENTION
FPR078HAVE A WONDERFUL EVENINGSTUDENTS – ADULTS This is a babysitting tape, which shows fire safety procedures and babysitting check list.
FPR079THE LAST FIREFIGHTERK – 5TH GRADE Touch a video game and with Dan, the last firefighter, the children learn about fire safety and ways to exit a home or apartment.
FPR080PUBLIC SAFETY EDUCATION 101 CLASS POWERPOINTSAFETY EDUCATION IS THE KEY YO PREVENTING INJURIES AND DEATHS!
FPR081GRANDPA JOE’S SECRETK – 5TH GRADE In an effort to communicate to his grandson how dangerous matches and lighters can be, Grandpa Joe tells a story of himself as a boy when he burned down his clubhouse, causing danger to himself and others around him.
FPR082RED THE FIREDOG IN OUR FRIENDS THE FIREFIGHTERSK – 6TH GRADE Red and his firefighter friends teach children valuable fire safety tips: What to do in case of fire; How to crawl low in smoke; Stop, drop and roll; How to treat a burn; & How to react to a firefighter dressed in turn-out gear.
FPR083A RECIPE FOR KEEPING YOUR COMMUNITY COOKING SAFELYThis CD provides you with all the support materials needed for a successful cooking-safely campaign in your community.
FPR084A RECIPE FOR KEEPING YOUR COMMUNITY COOKING SAFELYThis CD provides you with all the support materials needed for a successful cooking-safely campaign in your community.
FPR085RISK WATCHPOWER POINT PRESENTATION
FPR086THE 3 P’S OF FIRE SAFETYK – 5TH GRADE Join Red the Firedog as he teaches everyone how to make a safe escape! This video uses an engaging combination of puppets, cutting-edge graphics and music to ensure that children learn the 3 P’s: Planning, Practice and Prevention.
FPR087STOP DROP AND ROLL WITH HUFFY THE CLOWN“Huffy and Friends” the Tulsa Firefighter’s education clowns & Oklahoma Firefighter’s burn camp
FPR089OKLAHOMA FIREFIGHTERS’ BURN CAMP 2007“Huffy and Friends” the Tulsa Firefighter’s education clowns & Oklahoma Firefighter’s burn camp
FPR090THE BIRTHDAY GIFT THAT BEEPEDK – 8TH GRADE Beeping Ben, the talking smoke detector, gives vital fire safety information and motivates youngsters to discuss smoke detectors and fire safety with their families.
FPR091THE BIRTHDAY GIFT THAT BEEPEDK – 8TH GRADE Beeping Ben, the talking smoke detector, gives vital fire safety information and motivates youngsters to discuss smoke detectors and fire safety with their families.
FPR092A RECIPE FOR KEEPING YOUR COMMUNITY COOKING SAFELYThis CD provides you with all the support materials needed for a successful cooking-safely campaign in your community.
FPR093FIRE EXTINGUISHERS: ON THE SPOT KNOW-HOWFirefighters in this video us demonstrations and illustrative graphics to teach viewers how to choose the right model of a portable fire extinguisher, how to install and maintain extinguishers, how to decide whether to fight the fire, and how to safely and effectively use an extinguisher.
FPR094A LIGHTER IS NOT A TOYPreschoolers are twice as likely to die in a fire as the rest of the population. Playing with matches & lighters is the leading cause of fire death among pre-school age children. This video tells parents how to prevent fires & burns to young children, especially those caused by children playing with matches & lighters.
FPR095A RECIPE FOR KEEPING YOUR COMMUNITY COOKING SAFELYThis CD provides you with all the support materials needed for a successful cooking-safely campaign in your community.
FPR096KEEPING YOUR COMMUNITY SAFE AND ENERGIZEDElectrical distribution and lighting equipment is a leading cause of home fires. Our greatest defense against these fires is education. As respected members of the community, fire and life-safety professionals are our best resource to teach people how to prevent home electrical fires. This CD provides all the support materials needed for a successful electrical safety campaign in your community.
FPR097KEEPING YOUR COMMUNITY SAFE WITH HOME FIRE SPRINKLESThis CD provides you with all the support materials you need to better educate your community about home fire sprinklers, and gain support for local requirements. CD Contents: Community outreach ideas; Sprinkler fast facts; Talking points; PSAs for PC and Mac; Sprinkler safety print ads
FPR098GET OUT AND STAY OUTCollege students University of Wisconson Eau Clair – 10-12-94, University of North Carolina Chapel Hilss- 5-12-96, University of Illinios Greenville-12-9-97. In this video you will find answers to the following questions: Do you think about fire safety? What’s the first thing you would do if you were in a fire? Prevention? Protection? What if the fire alarm is real? What about students who tamper with smoke & fire alarms?
FPR099KEEPING YOUR COMMUNITY SAFE WITH HOME FIRE SPRINKLERSThis CD provides you with all the support materials you need to better educate your community about home fire sprinklers, and gain support for local requirements. CD Contents: Community outreach ideas; Sprinkler fast facts; Talking points; PSAs for PC and Mac; Sprinkler safety print ads
FPR100MORE WAYS TO KEEP YOUR COMMUNITY SAFE AND WARMHeating equipment is one of the leading causes of home fires during the winter months. Our greatest defense against these fires is education. As fire- and life-safety professionals, you are our best resource to teach people how to prevent home-heating fires. This CD provides all the support materials needed for a successful heating -safety campaign in your community. CD Contents: Community outreach ideas; Heating fast facts; Talking points; printable heating safety spots; PSA for PC and Mac; Heating Safety print ads.
FPR101MORE WAYS TO KEEP YOUR COMMUNITY SAFE AND WARMHeating equipment is one of the leading causes of home fires during the winter months. Our greatest defense against these fires is education. As fire- and life-safety professionals, you are our best resource to teach people how to prevent home-heating fires. This CD provides all the support materials needed for a successful heating -safety campaign in your community. CD Contents: Community outreach ideas; Heating fast facts; Talking points; printable heating safety spots; PSA for PC and Mac; Heating Safety print ads.
FPR102MORE WAYS TO KEEP YOUR COMMUNITY SAFE AND WARMHeating equipment is one of the leading causes of home fires during the winter months. Our greatest defense against these fires is education. As fire- and life-safety professionals, you are our best resource to teach people how to prevent home-heating fires. This CD provides all the support materials needed for a successful heating -safety campaign in your community. CD Contents: Community outreach ideas; Heating fast facts; Talking points; printable heating safety spots; PSA for PC and Mac; Heating Safety print ads.
FPR103MORE WAYS TO KEEP YOUR COMMUNITY SAFE AND WARMHeating equipment is one of the leading causes of home fires during the winter months. Our greatest defense against these fires is education. As fire- and life-safety professionals, you are our best resource to teach people how to prevent home-heating fires. This CD provides all the support materials needed for a successful heating -safety campaign in your community. CD Contents: Community outreach ideas; Heating fast facts; Talking points; printable heating safety spots; PSA for PC and Mac; Heating Safety print ads.
FPR104MANUFACTURED HOME FIRE SAFETYIf your fire department is looking for a good fire safety tool to show residents of manufactured homes, this is the program. Video includes: Pre-Fire Planning; Working effectively with your local fire department; How to conduct fire escape drills; Fire sprinkler facts, myths & benefits; Evaluating your secondary exits; Fire extinguishers; Smoke alarms; Good housekeeping; causes of fire in manufactured homes – electrical; in the kitchen; combustibles; flammables.
FPR105MANUFACTURED HOME FIRE SAFETYIf your fire department is looking for a good fire safety tool to show residents of manufactured homes, this is the program. Video includes: Pre-Fire Planning; Working effectively with your local fire department; How to conduct fire escape drills; Fire sprinkler facts, myths & benefits; Evaluating your sceondary exits; Fire extinguishers; Smoke alarms; Good housekeeping; causes of fire in manufactured homes – electrical; in the kitchen; combustibles; flammables.
FPR106MANUFACTURED HOME FIRE SAFETYDVD If your fire department is looking for a good fire safety tool to show residents of manufactured homes, this is the program. Video includes: Pre-Fire Planning; Working effectively with your local fire department; How to conduct fire escape drills; Fire sprinkler facts, myths & benefits; Evaluating your secondary exits; Fire extinguishers; Smoke alarms; Good housekeeping; causes of fire in manufactured homes – electrical; in the kitchen; combustibles; flammables.
FPR107MANUFACTURED HOME FIRE SAFETYDVD If your fire department is looking for a good fire safety tool to show residents of manufactured homes, this is the program. Video includes: Pre-Fire Planning; Working effectively with your local fire department; How to conduct fire escape drills; Fire sprinkler facts, myths & benefits; Evaluating your secondary exits; Fire extinguishers; Smoke alarms; Good housekeeping; causes of fire in manufactured homes – electrical; in the kitchen; combustibles; flammables.
FPR108WHERE THERE’S SMOKE THERE’S FIRE2ND – 4TH GRADE DVD This animated video/dvd helps youngsters understand what’s behind essential fire safety behaviors. As they watch three students prepare for the science fair, viewers discover how fires start, why smoke is so dangerous, how to make a fire escape plan , and more.
FPR109WHERE THERE’S SMOKE THERE’S FIRE2ND – 4TH GRADE This animated video/dvd helps youngsters understand what’s behind essential fire safety behaviors. As they watch three students prepare for the science fair, viewers discover how fires start, why smoke is so dangerous, how to make a fire escape plan , and more.
FPR110WHERE THERE’S SMOKE THERE’S FIRE2ND – 4TH GRADE This animated video/dvd helps youngsters understand what’s behind essential fire safety behaviors. As they watch three students prepare for the science fair, viewers discover how fires start, why smoke is so dangerous, how to make a fire escape plan , and more.
FPR111THE SMOKE ALARM SHOW3RD – 6TH GRADES The message in the video/DVD reflect the latest thinking on smoke alarm placement inside and outside bedrooms, interconnected alarm system, and the necessity of replacing all smoke alarms every ten years. The video also encourages kids to work with their parents to test and maintain alarms in their home. Plus, it highlights smoke alarms as one part of a complete home fire escape plan that includes regular drills for the whole family.
FPR112THE SMOKE ALARM SHOW3RD – 6TH GRADES The message in the video/DVD reflect the latest thinking on smoke alarm placement inside and outside bedrooms, interconnected alarm system, and the necessity of replacing all smoke alarms every ten years. The video also encourages kids to work with their parents to test and maintain alarms in their home. Plus, it highlights smoke alarms as one part of a complete home fire escape plan that includes regular drills for the whole family.
FPR113THE SMOKE ALARM SHOW3RD – 6TH GRADES DVD The message in the video/DVD reflect the latest thinking on smoke alarm placement inside and outside bedrooms, interconnected alarm system, and the necessity of replacing all smoke alarms every ten years. The video also encourages kids to work with their parents to test and maintain alarms in their home. Plus, it highlights smoke alarms as one part of a complete home fire escape plan that includes regular drills for the whole family.
FPR114THE GREAT ESCAPE CHALLENGE3RD – 6TH GRADES DVD Don’t miss this fast-paced “reality game” where families race against the clock to score points while demonstrating good emergency response behaviors. Kids will be captivated by the excitement, and adults will appreciate the thorough review of life-saving facts.
FPR115THE GREAT ESCAPE CHALLENGE3RD – 6TH GRADES DVD Don’t miss this fast-paced “reality game” where families race against the clock to score points while demonstrating good emergency response behaviors. Kids will be captivated by the excitement, and adults will appreciate the thorough review of life-saving facts.
FPR116THE GREAT ESCAPE CHALLENGE3RD – 6TH GRADES Don’t miss this fast-paced “reality game” where families race against the clock to score points while demonstrating good emergency response behaviors. Kids will be captivated by the excitement, and adults will appreciate the thorough review of life-saving facts.
FPR117THE GREAT ESCAPE CHALLENGE3RD – 6TH GRADES Don’t miss this fast-paced “reality game” where families race against the clock to score points while demonstrating good emergency response behaviors. Kids will be captivated by the excitement, and adults will appreciate the thorough review of life-saving facts.
FPR118EMERGENCY EVACUATION WHAT EVERY EMPLOYEE SHOULD KNOWDVD Suitable for all types of workplaces, the video shows evacuations in a variety of settings to demonstrate correct behaviors in action. Based on industry best practices, it provides a solid foundation of knowledge and sets the stage for additional training on your facility’s specific procedures.
FPR119EMERGENCY EVACUATION WHAT EVERY EMPLOYEE SHOULD KNOWSuitable for all types of workplaces, the video shows evacuations in a variety of settings to demonstrate correct behaviors in action. Based on industry best practices, it provides a solid foundation of knowledge and sets the stage for additional training on your facility’s specific procedures.
FPR120FIRE EXTINGUISHERS AT WORKThis video lets employee see firsthand when and how to safely and effectively use portable fire extinguishers. Live-action demonstrations of different types of fires and fire-fighting techniques in a variety of situations clearly show employees what to do – and what not to do – in a fire emergency.
FPR121MCAXE AND THE FIRECREWThis video includes: Don’t play with fire; Under the hot smoke; Low motion; Stop, drop & roll; Smoke detector blues; Hot, hot, hot
FPR122MCAXE AND THE FIRECREWThis video includes: Don’t play with fire; Under the hot smoke; Low motion; Stop, drop & roll; Smoke detector blues; Hot, hot, hot
FPR123EVACUATION OF HEALTHCARE FACILITIESDVD Familiarize your staff with life-saving techniques every health care professional must know to keep patients safe in case of fire or other emergency situations. Dramatic reenactments filmed in actual health care settings demonstrate requirements presented in the 1999 edition of NFPA 99 and the 200 edition of NFPA 101: Life Safety Code.
FPR124EVACUATION OF HEALTH CARE FACILITIESFamiliarize your staff with life-saving techniques every health care professional must know to keep patients safe in case of fire or other emergency situations. Dramatic reenactments filmed in actual health care settings demonstrate requirements presented in the 1999 edition of NFPA 99 and the 200 edition of NFPA 101: Life Safety Code.
FPR125BE COOL ABOUT FIRE SAFETYThis 15-minute entertaining video focuses on teaching pre-school and elementary children how to be prepared in the event of a fire in their home. Viewers are encouraged to become the deputy fire marshal of their home and practice lessons regularly with parents and siblings. Lessons learned include: Don’t play with matches & lighters; Have smoke detectors on every floor & check them twice a year; Don’t hide, go outside; Have an escape plan & practice; To escape a fire, “fall & crawl; If you’re on fire, stop, drop & roll; Know your local emergency number.
FPR126BE COOL ABOUT FIRE SAFETYThis 15-minute entertaining video focuses on teaching pre-school and elementary children how to be prepared in the event of a fire in their home. Viewers are encouraged to become the deputy fire marshal of their home and practice lessons regularly with parents and siblings. Lessons learned include: Don’t play with matches & lighters; Have smoke detectors on every floor & check them twice a year; Don’t hide, go outside; Have an escape plan & practice; To escape a fire, “fall & crawl; If you’re on fire, stop, drop & roll; Know your local emergency number.
FPR127BE COOL ABOUT FIRE SAFETYThis 15-minute entertaining video focuses on teaching pre-school and elementary children how to be prepared in the event of a fire in their home. Viewers are encouraged to become the deputy fire marshal of their home and practice lessons regularly with parents and siblings. Lessons learned include: Don’t play with matches & lighters; Have smoke detectors on every floor & check them twice a year; Don’t hide, go outside; Have an escape plan & practice; To escape a fire, “fall & crawl; If you’re on fire, stop, drop & roll; Know your local emergency number.
FPR128HOME FIRE SAFETYDo you know the most common causes of home fires? Most people don’t. This 10-minute video reviews important safety tips to help you avoid fires caused by electrical, kitchen, smoking and heating source hazards.
FPR129HOME FIRE SAFETYDo you know the most common causes of home fires? Most people don’t. This 10-minute video reviews important safety tips to help you avoid fires caused by electrical, kitchen, smoking and heating source hazards.
FPR130HOME FIRE SAFETYDo you know the most common causes of home fires? Most people don’t. This 10-minute video reviews important safety tips to help you avoid fires caused by electrical, kitchen, smoking and heating source hazards.
FPR131NFPA PRESENTS DAN DOOFUSDan has to learn the hard way how to prevent home fires the correct way. Topics of the videos include home fire safety checklist, home fire escape planning, and proper use of smoke alarms and residential fire sprinklers. Each clip takes a comedic approach to the serious business of fire safety, delivering life-saving messages in a way viewers of all ages are sure to remember.
FPR132FAMILY FOCUSThis program is for both adults and children who’ve Been affected by firesetting. Family members are interviewed in English, with follow-up safety strategies provided by ten mental health and fire service professionals from across the U.S.
FPR133MAKING GOOD CHOICES ABOUT FIRE SAFETYThis program is from The Idea Bank’s award-winning juvenile firesetting series, featuring kids talking to kids. Two are burn survivors, three have set fires themselves, four are learning about the importance of fire safety, and all have a message to share.
FPR134ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY EMERGENCY PLAN OF ACTION GUIDEThis video-based Emergency Guide is an ideal program to help train staff at assisted living facilities. Video Segments Cover: Pre-Emergency Planning, How to Recognize and Remove Fire Hazards, How to Conduct a Fire Exit Drill, Evacuation Teamwork Strategies, Using Fire Extinguishers Effectively and Safely
FPR135ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY EMERGENCY PLAN OF ACTION GUIDEThis video-based Emergency Guide is an ideal program to help train staff at assisted living facilities. Video Segments Cover: Pre-Emergency Planning, How to Recognize and Remove Fire Hazards, How to Conduct a Fire Exit Drill, Evacuation Teamwork Strategies, Using Fire Extinguishers Effectively and Safely
FPR136HOW TO SELECT AND SAFELY USE PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHERSViewers will learn how to select the correct fire extinguisher for the job, when to use the fire extinguisher and when to leave the building, how to position yourself and leave a way out, and the limitations of portable extinguishers.
FPR137HOW TO SELECT AND SAFELY USE PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHERSViewers will learn how to select the correct fire extinguisher for the job, when to use the fire extinguisher and when to leave the building, how to position yourself and leave a way out, and the limitations of portable extinguishers.
FPR138HOW TO SELECT AND SAFELY USE PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHERSViewers will learn how to select the correct fire extinguisher for the job, when to use the fire extinguisher and when to leave the building, how to position yourself and leave a way out, and the limitations of portable extinguishers.
FPR139WHEN FIRE STRIKESDesigned to meet the challenges of public education regarding commercial kitchen fires, the video covers prevention, awareness, tips on avoiding fires, and reaction to fires.
FPR140WHEN FIRE STRIKESDesigned to meet the challenges of public education regarding commercial kitchen fires, the video covers prevention, awareness, tips on avoiding fires, and reaction to fires.
FPR141WHEN FIRE STRIKESDesigned to meet the challenges of public education regarding commercial kitchen fires, the video covers prevention, awareness, tips on avoiding fires, and reaction to fires.
FPR142PUBLIC ASSEMBLY FIRE SAFETYPublic Assembly Fire Safety, a CINE award-winner, is a valuable tool for restaurants, theaters, civic halls and other public assembly facilities. Special segments show how employees can create a team to assist customers and visitors in a fire emergency. The 15-minute video comes with reproducible reference guides and a 29-page book, “How to Prepare for a Fire Emergency.”
FPR143PUBLIC ASSEMBLY FIRE SAFETYPublic Assembly Fire Safety, a CINE award-winner, is a valuable tool for restaurants, theaters, civic halls and other public assembly facilities. Special segments show how employees can create a team to assist customers and visitors in a fire emergency. The 15-minute video comes with reproducible reference guides and a 29-page book, “How to Prepare for a Fire Emergency.”
FPR144GETTING OUT ALIVEGetting Out Alive shows viewers how to anticipate and survive a fire in the workplace. More than 250 fire departments throughout the United States contributed to the research for this 15-minute video. Their guidelines make it an on-target safety tool every workplace can put to use. The video comes with reproducible reference guides and a sample evacuation plan for group training.
FPR145GETTING OUT ALIVEGetting Out Alive shows viewers how to anticipate and survive a fire in the workplace. More than 250 fire departments throughout the United States contributed to the research for this 15-minute video. Their guidelines make it an on-target safety tool every workplace can put to use. The video comes with reproducible reference guides and a sample evacuation plan for group training.
FPR146GETTING OUT ALIVEGetting Out Alive shows viewers how to anticipate and survive a fire in the workplace. More than 250 fire departments throughout the United States contributed to the research for this 15-minute video. Their guidelines make it an on-target safety tool every workplace can put to use. The video comes with reproducible reference guides and a sample evacuation plan for group training.
FPR147FIRE….IN THE WORKPLACEThis video offers an excellent overview of the three primary causes of fire in the workplace. It is fast-moving and filled with live-action footage. Divided into special segments, fire professionals give life-saving tips on electrical safety, protecting against arson, home office safety and emergency evacuation planning. Designed for group training, “Fire in the Workplace” shows employees how to guard against the three main causes of workplace fires. This 25-minute program is being used by 600 fire departments across the United States, and has won six international awards of excellence, including the CINE Golden Eagle.
FPR148FIRE….IN THE WORKPLACEThis video offers an excellent overview of the three primary causes of fire in the workplace. It is fast-moving and filled with live-action footage. Divided into special segments, fire professionals give life-saving tips on electrical safety, protecting against arson, home office safety and emergency evacuation planning. Designed for group training, “Fire in the Workplace” shows employees how to guard against the three main causes of workplace fires. This 25-minute program is being used by 600 fire departments across the United States, and has won six international awards of excellence, including the CINE Golden Eagle.
FPR149IN THEIR OWN WORDSThis video is a terrific tool for fire professionals, law enforcement officers, mental health counselors and educators. It is designed to help you reach the most challenging audience of all; middle school and high school-age students. Shot in documentary style, In their own words is the story of three teenagers from different cities whose lives were changed by fire. The video captures the emotional, financial and legal price they have paid for setting fires.
FPR150IN THEIR OWN WORDSThis video is a terrific tool for fire professionals, law enforcement officers, mental health counselors and educators. It is designed to help you reach the most challenging audience of all; middle school and high school-age students. Shot in documentary style, In their own words is the story of three teenagers from different cities whose lives were changed by fire. The video captures the emotional, financial and legal price they have paid for setting fires.
FPR151IN THEIR OWN WORDS FOUR YEARS LATERNow, Four Years After revisits Amy, Jason and Domingo… revealing the directions their lives have taken since the first video was released. Once again, the heart of the program lies in the power of their honesty as they tell their stories in their own words.
FPR152IN THEIR OWN WORDS FOUR YEARS LATERNow, Four Years After revisits Amy, Jason and Domingo… revealing the directions their lives have taken since the first video was released. Once again, the heart of the program lies in the power of their honesty as they tell their stories in their own words.
FPR153SEAN’S STORY: MY LIFE TORN APART BY FIRESETTINGWhat is “Sean’s Story?” Sean, a convicted juvenile arsonist, shares his story so viewers witness firsthand the life-long negative impact that firesetting has on youth/parents’ reputation, community acceptance, family relationships, education, career, financial status, legal liability, incarceration, and injury to self and others. Experts from law enforcement, juvenile justice, and healthcare provide insight into fire misuse behavior and consequences that youth and their parents typically do not consider.
FPR154OUT IN THE OPEN: PREVENTING FIREFIGHTER ARSONFirefighter arson is a long-standing problem that impacts fire departments and communities across the nation. A firefighter arson incident can devastate a department and destroy lives. The National Volunteer Fire Council(NVFC), with support from the United States Fire Administration (USFA), has developed this educational video for departments to use as a prevention tool. This DVD helps the viewer to better understand the issue of firefighter arson through interviews with investigators, chiefs, and even convicted firesetter. Simple prevention measures and best practices are also featured.
FPR155HOW TO PREVENT HOME FIRES(Grades 5 and up) This DVD describes major causes of home fires & how to prevent home fires. The objectives of this DVD program are to: Provide viewers with a better understanding of the major causes of fires in the home. Provide detailed information on how to prevent fires resulting from heating, cooking, & electrical causes -the 3 most frequent fire causes in the home. Create greater awareness of other preventable fire dangers that affect people in their homes. Encourage families to install & maintain smoke alarms as the best way to reduce the risk of dying in a home fire. Encourage families to make & practice a home fire escape plan.
FPR156FIRE’S FURY(Grades 6 and up) Fire can happen in any home. But most people think it won’t happen to them – and even if it does, they underestimate fire’s incredible speed and power. This compelling video will bring viewers face to face with devastating reality of a home fire & the need to adopt essential behaviors before fire strikes. This docudrama account of one family’s close call with fire puts a personal face on fire that will leave a lasting impression & help save lives in your community
FPR157CARBON MONOXIDE : INVISIBLE KILLER(Grades 6th and up) This DVD is a call to action that can keep families safe and save lives, This NFPA DVD program is designed to: Explain what generates CO a& the dangers of CO poisoning. Show where to place co alarms on level of the home. Spell put how to maintain and whereto routinely test CO alarms. Describe what to do if a CO alarm sounds