Primary school children make wonderful fire safety ambassadors. Once they've learned about fire safety, they'll be able to create an evacuation plan with the participation of the whole family. This conference will give them all the resources to do this while teaching them attitudes and behaviours to adopt during a fire or when an alarm goes off (smoke alarm or alarm system).
Children ages 7 to 11.
Around 60 minutes.
Overview of themes
- Potential heat sources
- How to treat minor burns, if clothing catches fire or during an alert
- Smoke alarms and portable extinguishers: What they're used for and how they work
- How and why to create an evacuation plan: Evacuating safely when there is smoke and excessive heat, your meeting place and calling 9-1-1
- Learning to create an evacuation plan and indicate windows and doors, two exits from each room, the outdoor gathering point and the location of smoke alarms, carbon monoxide alarms and portable extinguishers
- A firefighter's equipment (uniform, breathing apparatus) and duties.
Information and reservations
Would you like to reserve this conference? Contact the public education department at 514-872-4684 for more information.