FDPP Month Eight
The FDPP Month Eight (Family Disaster Preparedness Plan) is available for
free below with a fire safety form to download and print for your Family
Disaster Plan 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at your convenience.
The Family Disaster Preparedness Plan Month Eight includes a fire safety form to download and print and include in your own Family Disaster Plan.
Be very wise when it comes to fire! If a fire starts in your home that
is too big for you to handle, get out of the house immediately. Don’t
stop to get anything or do anything. Once you are outside, stay there.
Intense heat and toxic fumes can kill you in seconds.
Activities for FDPP Month Eight includes:
- Selecting a family reunion point outside your home in case you need
to evacuate your home after an earthquake or during a fire. You also
drew the floor plan of your home, identified safe spots, danger spots
and exit routes. Review these things with your family this month and
make sure everyone knows at least 2 ways to exit each room in the house
and where to meet outside.
- Calendar a date and time for a fire drill this month and
another one in 6 months from now. During one of these fire drills, give
everyone a blindfold and practice crawling your exit routes to simulate
getting out of a smoke-filled house.
- If you don’t’ have any fire extinguishers in your home, get
some this month. You should have one in the kitchen, one in the garage,
one on every level if your home has multiple floors. A:B:C extinguishers
“A” fires – ordinary combustibles such as wood, paper, cloth and many plastics.
“B” fires – flammable liquids such as gasoline, paints, kitchen grease, and oils.
“C” fires – electrical equipment, such as fires in wiring, motors and appliances.
- Locate your fire extinguishers with care. Ready access to them
is critical. Fire moves quickly so quick access to your extinguishers
can be the difference between putting a small fire out or suffering much
- Calendar a date and time next year to check your extinguishers to ensure they are properly charged.
- Download and print the form below and add to your Family Disaster Plan Notebook for handy reference.
Click on the link to download the file below:
Fire Safety Procedures
If you need to modify this form, try the site: Free PDF Services
. You can convert this Adobe file into a Word document free of charge
and make the necessary changes.
You will need Adobe Reader (the latest version is recommended) installed on your computer in order to save or open these forms.
You can get Adobe Reader free here
(a new window will open so you can download it without leaving this page).
If you want to open the file in your browser window, just click on one of the links above. However, if you want to download the file to view later, then right-click on the link and choose "Save Target As" or "Save File As". Then select where you want to save the file on your hard drive.
If you would like to receive access to the FreeChurchForms.com Table of Contents
that has all the free church forms, certificates, flyers, brochures, letters, games and more that are listed in alphabetical order by category with links leading to the page to immediately download just simply sign up for my free monthly newsletter below. You will also receive access to my free 14 Page eBook - "Top Ten Tips on How to Organize Your Office"
as a Thank You Gift for signing up. Enjoy! :)
Note: These sample forms are meant to serve as example forms and should not be construed as legal documents. Please contact a legal professional for legal language for your specific organization.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
Return to Family Disaster Plan from FDPP Month Eight.