Fire Safety Resources
With the increased use of space heaters and other methods to stay warm, it is important to have a fire safety plan in place for families. Children younger than 5 years and adults older than 70 are at higher risk of dying in a house fire. Nearly two-thirds of all house fire-related deaths occur in homes without working smoke alarms. Below are resources available from Nationwide Children’s Hospital related to house fires, burns, and keeping kids and families safe.
- Keeping Kids Safe – PediaCast 436 -PediaCast
- Formula Intolerance, Fire Safety, Syrian Refugees – PediaCast 336 -PediaCast
- Fires and Burns (nationwidechildrens.org)
Published February 2022