FLSS Resources: Public Education
Leadership & Advocacy
FLSS Letter to Secretary Napolitano
Mar. 18, 2009... The Fire & Life Safety Section addresses a letter to Secretary Janet Napolitano, Department of Homeland Security (pdf), requesting that consideration be given to an individual with a strong background in fire prevention and public education when determining who will fill the position of U.S. Fire Administrator.
September is National Campus Fire Safety Month
Aug. 2009... Read about this year's events for National Campus Fire Safety Month and sign up to participate in the fifth year of activities on Capitol Hill.
Sept. 2008... Campus fire safety has become an important issue across the nation. Now in its fourth year, a number of governors have signed proclamations designating September as Campus Fire Safety Month in their states and resolutions have been passed by both the U.S. and Senate U.S. House of Representatives. Schools across the country will be holding events to educate and inform students about what they can do to help ensure they are not the victim of a preventable fire.
The launch of National Campus Fire Safety Month took place on September 9, on Capitol Hill. A contingent of students from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the University of South Carolina took part along with parent advocates, fire chiefs and others.
Campus Fire Safety Letter to Congress
Jan. 2007... Campus Fire Safety letter to Congress (pdf)
Rural Fire Protection
- Mitigation of the Rural Fire Problem
- Public Fire Education Planning for Rural Communities: A Five-Step Process (pdf)
- Rural Fire Safety fact sheet: Media | Public Information Officers
- Fact sheets for Rural Residents:
2012 International Fire Code: Highlights of Selected Changes
Winter Fire Safety: Share These Safety Tips in Your Community
International Association of Black Professional Fire Fighters Launches “No Child Left Alone Fire Safety Campaign”
Fire Prevention: An Opportunity to Make a Difference