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APPENDIX E

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FRESNO FIRE DEPARTMENT

DORMITORY FIRE SAFETY LESSON PLAN

TOPIC:

DORMITORY FIRE SAFETY

TIME FRAME:

50 minutes

LEVEL OF INSTRUCTION:

Level I

AUTHORITY:

United States Fire Administration

www.usfa.fema.gov

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVE:

Condition:

Given a program lecture and video production

Behavior:

The student will actively participate in program discussion

Standard:

MATERIALS NEEDED:

Computer for PowerPoint

Video cassette

presentation Data projector Projection screen

player

Video presentation “Get Out and Stay“

PowerPoint Presentation:

Student Handouts

“Dormitory Fire”

Fire Extinguisher

Not applicable

REFERENCES:

Fire Safe Student Housing: A Guide For Campus Housing Administrators, Mowrer, F. W., National Fire Protection Association Fire Analysis and Research Division, 1999

PREPARATION:

Each year thousands of parents send their children off to college in hopes of fulfilling dreams for the future. Many of these young adult children reside in college dormitories and assume their new homes are fire safe. The reality is, fires occur within college dormitories for a variety of reasons. Sadly, such incidents have occurred at prestigious universities including Ohio State, North Carolina, and Seton Hall just to name a few. The results of these fires are sometimes devastating and heartbreaking. Through in- service training in the areas of fire prevention, occupant awareness, fire detection and alarms, and fire suppression we can ensure such a tragic event never happens in Fresno

Dormitory Fire Safety 6/9/03 11:37

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