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Effective Ways to Prepare an Emergency Home Escape Plan

10/12/2019 (Permalink)

Fire escape plan flat line sign. Flame protection thin linear icon, pictogram Go through your fire escape plan as a family at least once a year

No one likes to think about dealing with a disaster or emergency situation at home. The results could be disastrous for you, your family members and your house. Fortunately, you can increase the likelihood of your safety and well-being when you have an efficient fire escape plan. It’s too late to come up with a strategy during the event, so make sure you’re proactive and devise a plan today.

Identify the Exits

In a house fire, you may not have a lot of time to deliberate where to go and how to get out. It’s vital to be aware of the closest ways to exit your home, whether it be through a window or door. Make sure everyone in your home knows how to open windows and how to safely get out of second-story rooms.

Know Fire Safety

Most people learned in grade school some basic skills of how to react to house fires. Review this part of the emergency escape plan with your family. Some important elements include staying below the smoke level and feeling doors to measure the heat before exiting a room.

Have a Designated Meeting Place

Even small fires in your Poinciana, FL, home can turn deadly. It’s crucial to leave the home as quickly as possible and have a predetermined spot to meet outside. Ensure that everyone in your household knows this. Select a place far enough away from your home that you will be safe from flames and smoke.

Practice

Go through your fire escape plan as a family at least once a year. Role-play the situation so that if the real thing occurs, you won’t panic or be confused.
A fire escape plan isn’t difficult to come up with, but it could save your life someday. Firefighters and professional fire cleanup crews will do their job. Make sure you do yours by getting out alive.

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