Fire Escape Tools
Don’t wait to plan your escape.
Getting out of your home quickly and safely during a fire emergency requires advance planning.
Fires spread rapidly through your home and can leave you with only seconds to escape unharmed. Everyone in your household should be involved in creating an escape plan that can be used in the event of a fire. Walk through your home and inspect any possible exits. If your home includes children, ensure you involve them by drawing a floor plan of your home, marking two ways out of each room, and share your plan with any babysitters or caregivers.
DISCLAIMER: Information contained in this publication is presented for general educational purposes and to increase overall safety awareness. It is not a substitute for legal or expert advice, and should not be used in place of consultation with appropriate professionals. Any person relying on this information does so entirely at their own risk. Red River Mutual denies all responsibility for any liability, loss, injury or risk which is incurred as a direct or indirect result of the use of any of the material in this publication.