The Public Education Unit is responsible for developing and
distributing public education programs and information to various target
audiences. One successful outreach is the section's participation in the Remembering When™ program developed by the NFPA and the CDC.
This program incorporates a fire and fall prevention strategy for older adults
to allow them to stay safely in their own homes. This section also produces a
few publications on a regular basis. Safety Seconds is a short publication with
public education tips for the fire service to enhance their local programs.
Safety Educator is a publication that is designed for teachers to provide them
with tips and tools to incorporate fire and life safety ideas into their regular
Holding a Fire & Life Safety Education Event?
Your local Fire Department & the NH Fire Marshal's Office may be able to help with your event! Our office has
Fire Safety & Mobile Education Equipment available to loan upon request. Request to reserve the equipment today
News & Events
Annual Fire & Life Safety Calendar Poster Contest
Calling all 3rd Graders!!! It's your turn to get "FIRED UP" for this year's 2016-2017 Fire & Life Safety School Year Calendar Poster Contest. We are challenging all 3rd grade students to design a poster representing an important fire prevention & life safety message. The Department of Safety, Office of the State Fire Marshal and the New Hampshire Fire Prevention Society believe that Fire Prevention & Life Safety should be a part of daily life throughout the year in every New Hampshire household. Click the above link for more details and official submission form.
The Safety Educator is a NHFMO newsletter that is distributed throughout the state during the school year. You will find each publication filled with family friendly fire and life safety information. We encourage you to read and share this information with your family, friends and neighbors.
In The News is another NHFMO newsletter that is a quarterly publication created to inform fire departments of information that may be found helpful in enhancing your fire departments public educational outreach efforts.
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