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Always sleep with your bedroom door closed. The door will keep heat and smoke out of your room, while you make your escape.

If the smoke alarm sounds in the night, roll out of bed, crawl to the door, and with the back of your hand feel the door.

Bedroom door's cool, what do I do?

Crack the door open, and look for smoke.

If there's no smoke

Crawl out the door, and make your way out the house as quickly as you can.

Go to your families meeting place outside.

Never go back in. Not for toys, not for pets, once out, stay out!

What if there's smoke showing?

Close your bedroom door.

Crawl to your bedroom window.

If you're big enough to open the window, and you can get out safely, without falling, leave right away.

If you're too small to open the window, or your bedroom is above the main floor making it too high for you to safely escape, then go to your bedroom window, and signal firefighters.

Never hide. Firefighters want to find you and take you to your parents as quickly as they can.

What if the door is hot when I feel it?

That means there's heat, smoke, and probably fire on the other side.

Don't open the door!

Crawl to your bedroom window.

If you're big enough to open the window, and you can get out safely, without falling, leave right away.

If you're too small to open the window, or your bedroom is above the main floor making it too high for you to safely escape, then go to your bedroom window, and signal firefighters.

Never hide. Firefighters want to find you and take you to your parents as quickly as they can.

Other Bedroom Tips

As a child you should never burn candles in your bedroom, or play with matches or lighters.

If your bedroom is on the second floor, ask your Mom or Dad about buying an escape ladder, so that you can safely leave your room in the case of an emergency.

Practice your home escape plan with your family regularly.

No one should ever smoke in bed.

 

 

 


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