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Martinez-Columbia Fire Rescue has a long standing tradition of fire safety education.  We take every opportunity to educate the public,especially children, of the dangers of fire and the benefits of life saving drills.  The department offers station tours, visits, and even community event hosting.  To inquire or schedule, please contact Jim Perdue at:  706-863-7745 during business hours.

 

  E.D.I.T.H. - Exit Drills In The Home - Your family should practice this drill once a month when and at the same time test your smoke detectors

·        Draw a floor plan of your home

·        Find two exits from every room

·   Stay Low and crawl 

·        Designate a meeting place at a safe distance outside your home (normally this is the mailbox) 

ONCE YOU ARE OUT - STAY OUT

NEVER go back into a burning home!

  Go to a neighbor’s house and call

BUT REMEMBER

  • If you can not get out of the home, place a towel or clothing at the bottom of the door to block the smoke.  Do NOT hide!!!  Stay calm - make noise - and wave something out of the window for firefighters to see!!!       

  

http://www.nfpa.org/sparky        

http://www.nfpa.org/Education/index.asp 

http://www.usfa.fema.gov/kids/index.htm 

http://www.boardmanweb.com/party/firefighter.htm       

         



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