Pay attention to how you and your loved ones are experiencing and handling stress. Promote emotional recovery by following these tips. Discard any food that has been exposed to heat, smoke or soot.
Watch pets closely and keep them under your direct control.
Help people who require additional assistance- infants, elderly people, those without transportation, large families who may need additional help in an emergency situation, people with disabilities, and the people who care for them.
4 Steps to Take Immediately After a Home Fire
Call 9-1-1. Give first aid where needed; cool and cover burns to reduce the chance of further injury or infection.
Let friends and family know you’re safe.
People and animals that are seriously injured or burned should be transported to professional medical or veterinary help immediately.
Stay out of fire-damaged homes until local fire authorities say it is safe to re-enter.
Returning Home After a Fire
Stay safe when returning to your home after a fire:
This all-inclusive app lets you monitor more than 35 different severe weather and emergency alerts, to help keep you and your loved ones safe.
Or text:"GETEMERGENCY" to 90999
Aplicación de Emergencias - ahora disponible en español también!
Monster Guard App
For kids aged 7-11. This app teaches preparedness for real-life emergencies at home with the help of Maya, Chad, Olivia and all the monsters.
Or text:"MONSTER" to 90999
Sound the Alarm. Save a Life.
To protect everyone’s safety during the COVID-19 pandemic, we have postponed all Sound the Alarm installation events and home fire safety visits until further notice. Learn more about Sound the Alarm »