National Fire Prevention Week Fact #11
CLEAR YOUR ESCAPE ROUTES
Create a home escape plan
Develop and practice a home fire escape plan using NFPA's home escape plan grid.
Items that block doors and windows in your home could keep you from escaping in the event of a home fire. And that could mean the difference between life and death. So unblock your exits today!
Key to your family’s safety is planning and practicing a home fire escape plan twice a year. Start by identifying two escape routes out of each room, if possible, then make sure that each of those escape routes can be used safely by everyone.
With your purchase of any fire safety item at Rankin’s this week, we’ll make a donation to the Knox County Fire Training Academy.