Bridgeport Fire Department Educates Public about Evolving Fire Environments During National Fire Prevention Week
By Julie Perine on October 08, 2018
- Look for possible fire hazards in the home and eliminate them
- Listen for smoke alarms. Know that you may only have minutes to get out if a fire breaks out
- Learn two ways out of each room in your home. Exits should be easy to access and free of clutter. After leaving the home, go to your family’s designated meeting spot, established when your home fire escape plan is established.