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Keep Your Kids Safe - Teach Them How To Escape a Home Fire

12/27/2018 (Permalink)

Fire Damage Keep Your Kids Safe - Teach Them How To Escape a Home Fire Practice exit routes with your kids in your Hingham, MA home

As a parent, your number one concern is your kids’ safety. Their lives are filled with opportunity and adventures where you help plan for their protection. Why should your home be any different? Have you got an exit plan or survival plan in the event of a home fire? Have you got a plan in place for reconnecting in Hingham, MA, if you get separated?

Teaching your kids safety practices in case a fire erupts is one of the basics and should be done early and often. Do it in a serious manner but try not to scare them. Make a game of it, so it becomes second nature when they are too scared to think.

Fire Safety Basics

  • Teach them the basic drop, tuck and roll, and fire crawl techniques to stay low to the ground and avoid smoke inhalation
  • Practice exit routes, including how to get out of windows as a fire escape plan if there is a fire in the hallway or on the stairs
  • Teach them how to feel doors and knobs with the back of their hand to check for heat
  • Children should know not to go back inside a burning structure, no matter what - or who - got left inside

Caring Means Preparing

Hopefully, your children will be trained well enough to be able to make a safe escape from your home, should a fire break out. If a fire does happen, get some help from professional restoration services in Hingham, MA, to return your home to its pre-fire condition and help your kids feel safe again. Smoke cleaning and content cleaning can make your home feel clean and fresh again.

When it comes to your kids’ safety, you can’t be too careful. Attention to training and practicing fire drills at home can help keep them safer in a fire. Help them to learn the importance of obeying what they have been taught in an emergency situation. Make sure you have fire alarms installed and a plan for getting back together. You will all feel safer when you are better prepared.

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