Fire & Life Safety Education
Fire safety education is a proven and effective method of reducing the number of fires, and the number of deaths and injuries that result from fires. Every year, fires kill approximately 2,500 Americans, injure over 13,000, and cause more than $6 billion in property loss. Many of these deaths and injuries could be prevented by teaching people the basic facts about fire so that they may prepare themselves and their families.
Fire Safety Services
The Franklin Fire Department is available for a variety of fire safety activities, including;
- Fire safety programs for schools, daycares, and other groups.
- Station tours (with or without fire safety lessons).
- Fire apparatus displays at community events.
- Employee fire extinguisher training.
- Guidance and oversight of fire drills and inspections.
- Smoke alarm & carbon monoxide detector installation.
Smoke Alarm Program
A limited supply of smoke detectors is available for residents. Assistance with installation of smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors can also be provided.
For additional information or scheduling...
For more information about fire safety or to schedule fire safety activities, contact us by phone (814) 535-1953, email, or by stopping at the station.
For CPR, First Aid, and/or "Stop the Bleed" training, contact Conemaugh Valley Regional Ambulance Association directly at (814) 535-5300.