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How to make a Fire escape plan

  • Make a written home fire escape plan and practice getting out in under 2 minutes
  • Have a plan for young children who cannot get outside by themselves.
  • Check that you have smoke alarms in all the right places and test them twice a year.
  • Have two ways out of each room.
  • Know to crawl low to the floor when escaping to avoid toxic smoke.
  • Know that once you’re out, stay out.
  • Know where to meet after the escape, meeting place should be near the front of your home, so firefighters know you are out.
  • Have a home fire drill at least twice a year.
Meeting Place
For emergencies call 911

Use the grid below to draw a fire escape plan.

Mark two ways out of each room, and pick a meeting place outside. Remember practice at least two times a year.