OFM Public Education – April 2018


What’s the risk in April?
2006-2015 Ontario avg. fire losses, Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management:

  • 9% of annual loss fires occur in April
  • Average of 44 injuries
  • Average of 5 fatalities
  • Top ignition sources include cigarettes, cooking, and heating equipment.

Fire Safety
Primary fire safety concerns for April include cooking, heating equipment, smoking, and electrical fires.

Cooking Fire Safety
Smoking Fire Safety
Heating Fire Safety
Electrical Fire Safety
Ontario Association of Fire Chiefs Spring & Summer Fire Safety Tips
TSSA Spring Safe Booklet
TSSA Spring Home Safety Checklist


Detection

Fire Safety Equipment


Escape

Plan Your Escape

OFM Public Education – March 2018


What’s the risk in March?
2006-2015 Ontario avg. fire losses, Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management:

  • 9% of annual loss fires occur in March
  • Average of 50 injuries
  • Average of 10 fatalities
  • Top ignition sources include cigarettes, cooking, and heating equipment (typically woodstoves and chimneys).

Fire Safety
Primary fire safety concerns for March include cooking, heating equipment, cigarettes, and carbon monoxide.

Cooking Fire Safety
Smoking Fire Safety
Heating Fire Safety
What is carbon monoxide?
How to prevent carbon monoxide


Detection

Fire Safety Equipment


Escape

Plan Your Escape