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Developing a Fire Evacuation Plan

7/29/2021 (Permalink)

Escape Plan Take your family on a tour of your home to make sure everyone understands how to use a fire escape successfully.

Creating An Evacuation Plan In The Event Of A Fire

As a homeowner and parent, you couldn’t bear the thought of a devastating fire threatening your kids’ safety or the security of your house and belongings. In the event of a fire, the most important thing you can do for your family is safely get everyone out. To avoid confusion and panic, it’s essential that you develop an escape plan so that if this terrible ordeal does occur, everyone will know what to do. There are some basic steps and components for evacuating if your Veyo,UT home is on fire.


Conduct a Thorough Walk-Through


You live in your home, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t become more familiar with the intricacies of the layout and places of exit. Take your family through your house to ensure everyone knows how to effectively take part in a fire escape.

  • Inspect the windows and doors in every room.
  • Make sure the windows open easily and that even younger family members can open them.
  • Make sure there are at least two ways out of every room.

Pick a Gathering Place


Once everyone has safely escaped the home fire, you need a place to congregate. This should be a safe distance from the home, and it should be a place everyone is familiar with. Make sure everyone in your family knows the spot you’ve designated so there won’t be any mistake about where you should go if a fire starts.


Practice the Escape


You hope to never have to put this escape plan in motion, but if you have to, you’ll be glad you’ve done a few run-throughs. Your kids’ safety is at stake, so make sure everyone has the process down well.


There’s nothing more important to you than your kids’ safety. If you prepare yourself and your family well, you can help minimize the chances of tragedy if a fire starts in your house.

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