USFA Targets Fire Safety for Babies

October 2003
Fire Chief;Oct2003, Vol. 47 Issue 10, p11
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Reports on the fire safety campaign for babies and toddlers launched by the U.S. Fire Administrators in August 2003. Aim of raising awareness for the increased risk of fire death among young children; Measures that can be taken to avoid tragedy; Details of the campaign dubbed "Prepare, Practice, Prevent the Unthinkable," which focuses on installing smoke alarms, securing lighters and matches, and developing a fire evacuation plan.


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