Fire Safety Tips
Every fire safety team starts with firefighters - but they can't do it alone! Effective fire safety depends on teamwork. It's a simple idea: team up with the people with whom you live, work, play, and worship so all of you will be better prepared to prevent, and if necessary, survive a home fire.
Fire Safety begins with you! Know the facts about fire. Knowledge is power and is the first step to prevention. The Snohomish County Fire Marshal is bringing attention to the following:
Test Your Detectors for Life: Installing and testing smoke detectors provide the first line of defense against deadly fire. They can save your life.
Home Heating Safety Tips
Get Out and Stay Out: Developing and practicing a home fire escape plan that everyone understands can mean the difference between life and death.
Hunting for Home Hazards: Are your everyday habits contributing to fire danger in your home?
We Can't Help you, If We Can't Find You: Address visibility provides quicker response times in case of emergencies.
Know the Facts: Many fires that occur each day are preventable.
Snohomish County Fire Marshal
Michael W. McCrary, Fire Marshal