Harrisburg Fire Department is committed to preventing fires and injuries before they happen. We can provide several types of public information programs, tailored specifically to your audience. Please contact us at the fire station for more information on how we can help you make Harrisburg a safe place to live, work and play!
Fire Prevention Week 2009
Water Your Christmas Tree
We are proud to offer these downloadable safety documents for the public. Each briefly describes common fire and life safety hazards in the home and day-to-day life.
Adobe® Acrobat® reader is required to view and print the documents. If you do not have the reader, go to the Acrobat® website and download it for free!
Home Fire Safety Tips
Flood Safety Information
Outdoor Burning Information
The Dangers of Asbestos Exposure
Holiday Fire Safety
Fire & Injury Prevention
Discusses fire escape plans, fire safety, and injury prevention in the home. Includes smoke detector information, kitchen safety, and a checklist for babysitters and caregivers.
Do's and Don't of Home Safety
Helpful checklist to make your entire home a safer place.
Family Disaster Plan
Instructions on how to prepare your family for a disaster. Covers planning, supplies, building a disaster preparedness kit, and a first aid kit.
Information on how and why Carbon Monoxide can build up in your home. Describes signs and symptoms of Carbon Monoxide poisoning. Discusses the need for a Carbon Monoxide alarm in your home.
Child Passenger Safety Seat Checks
Information on child safety seats and services provided by the Harrisburg Fire Department to help you make sure your seat is properly installed.