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Play the Great Escape Game
Play "The Great Escape!"
Help Fire Lobster escape from the fire. Listen to Mrs. Aboutfire and Flip to help guide you through the Great Escape!
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Cliquez sur  Francais dans le "Coin des jeunes" ainsi que dans d'autres sections.
 
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L’échapper belle
Also you can find the game in English, French, and Spanish so... Jouer à « L’échapper belle »

Need some help with fire safety?

Download our free curriculum to help you get started with your presentations. It is available in English and French. For more information on our educational resources visit the Educators section.

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Today's Parent

In the Today's Parent newsletter you can find helpful advice about all kinds of stuff...including fire safety tips. Check out the listing newsletters to find out more information..

 

Juega "¡El Gran Escape!"
El Gran EscapeAyuda a langostín a escapar del incendio. Escucha a la señora Candelaria y a saltarín, ellos te guiaran a través de ¡El Gran Escape! (Por favor revise los requerimientos del sistema)

Fire Hall Cooking With Jeff the ChefA New Fire Hall Cook Book!
Staying Alive's Jeff Derraugh has just released his second cookbook, ‘Where There’s Food, There’s Firefighters – More Surefire Recipes To Feed Your Crew.’ This title joins Jeff’s debut, ‘Fire Hall Cooking With Jeff The Chef‘ on bookstore shelves, and is available online worldwide. Click here to find out more.

We Want To Hear From You!
Has the Staying Alive program helped you escape safely when a fire struck? We want to hear about it. Did you learn more about fire safety? Please share your experiences with us about the web site, "The Great Escape" game, the curriculum, or any other aspect of the Staying Alive program.

Fill out the online form and attach a picture or send your comments and stories to [email protected].

School is back in action!
Finally, you’re back at school with all your friends and teachers. Make sure you are practicing your fire safety skills as well! Visit the Kids Seasonal area to find out more about Fall safety.

Selected as one of seven finalists in 2006 by the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) for its Fire Service Award for Excellence. Co-sponsored by United States Safety Fire Technologies, the Fire Service Award for Excellence recognizes innovations and achievements in managing resources to reduce the loss of life and property from fire and other emergencies.

 

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Fire Safety in Australia
with Marc Rayner & Crew

Visit our Fire Safety in Australia page for a description of the type of information given and the path taken through various parts of Australia.

 

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Are you sure you are prepared in case of a fire? Make a Home Escape Plan for your family and practice getting out alive!

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    Factors to Look for when Choosing a Roof
    If you're on the lookout for a roofing contractor, there are many professional roofing company Calgary provides for its residents. They can help you rebuild and transform the roof of your home to its former glory. Finding roof contractors in this town can be quite overwhelming but once you find the right builder, your roof will be in top shape in no time.

    The roofing company Calgary has can help you decide on what type of roofing material is best suitable for your home. Consult and discuss all the details with your contractor as they can help you pick the right material that will address your concerns and aesthetics.


    Consult with your Contractor
    There are many important factors that you need to consider when choosing a roof. Ask your contractor how long will the material last? This is crucial information because it can help save you tons of money.

    Pick a style that will match the exterior of your house. Homeowners want a roof that will not only provide protection over their heads but looks good as well. Try to picture the overall look and if it will match the rest of the style, color, and finishing of your house. No one wants a mismatched design for sure.

    If you live in an area that is more prone to bad weather and harsh environment such as typhoons, hurricanes or wildfires, then it is very important to ask your roofing company Calgary expert to recommend a material that can withstand these extreme conditions. Factor in how many times a typhoon hits your area. This will help your builder identify what kind of durable material will best fit specific weather patterns.

    Your contractor must measure the dimensions and weight of the roofing material to determine if the frame on your roof can hold the material. There are cases when some materials are too heavy for the roofing structure. Check if the material has enough slope for your house.

    If you prefer environmental-friendly products, select materials that are eco-friendly and recyclable. Discuss with your roofing contractor if the type of roofing material you prefer is permitted based on the building codes. Once you’ve listed all your requirements and preference, you can finally ask your roofing contractor to provide an estimate cost so you can check and work with your budget.

    In some cases, there are certain roofing materials that are more appropriate for other houses. The material, quality, and durability may vary depending on the type of roof needed for your home. Some materials are more resistant to wind and rain while others are fire resistant.

    This is why your builder's input is much-needed. Their expertise will help you make the right choices and ultimately save you more money. If you are on a strict budget, ask for the best option that is less expensive but can still do the job. However, if you don’t have any particular amount to work with, you may opt to get the best material so you won't have to worry about getting a hole on your roof anytime soon.



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