Home Fire Escape Plan
The Fire Marshal suggests each home develop a Home Fire Escape Plan. Here is an easy way to make your own:
|Fire Escape Plan
|1. Prepare an escape plan for your home
|2. Install and maintain smoke detectors
|3. Practice your plan regularly
|4. Have a designated meeting place outside your home
|5. WHEN YOU GET OUT, STAY OUT!
|Public Education for Fire Prevention Classes
|Available for talks or demonstrations on fire safety
|Teach Juvenile Firestoppers classes
|Elementary School Children’s Calendar Art Contest for 4th & 5th Grades held each year in Meriden Public Elementary Schools
For information on these programs call 203-630-4010 Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.