Fire Safety Videos
This video-based training tool was developed specifically to educate college students about fire safety. This training video will educate the viewer on being a more fire conscious campus community member. For additional information on College Fire Survival visit https://www.pbfeducation.org/home.
This award winning fire safety video is produced by the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA), part of the National Preparedness Network and the Federal Emergency Management Agency. It is designed to educate college students about the importance of day-to-day fire safety and prevention measures that apply to both student residence halls and off-campus housing. For additional information visit https://www.usfa.fema.gov/citizens/college/get_out.shtm.
This video, produced by the Fire Extinguisher Manufacturers Association (FEMA), is an animated, two-minute training overview on how to assess a potential fire situation and use a portable fire extinguisher. For additional information visit: https://www.femalifesafety.org/index2B.html.
This video will inform the viewer on why smoke alarms matter, how to keep them working properly and the need for having a "working smoke alarm" in any type of student housing. For additional information on College Fire Survival visit https://www.pbfeducation.org/home.
This video walks the viewer through many of the dangers, options and steps that students should undertake when a fire occurs or when a fire alarm sounds. It covers the important steps for escaping a fire. For additional information on College Fire Survival visit: https://www.pbfeducation.org/home.
Produced by the Center for Campus Fire Safety, this video documents the first-person account by Dana Christmas, a resident assistant (RA) at Seton Hall University, of her experience during a significant fire in her building. For additional information visit https://www.campusfiresafety.org/.
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