Safety Information

Safety Information

Survival and safety in the concrete jungle. The modern urban environment is full of opportunities for bad things to happen. Crime, violence, natural disasters, crashes, and fires are real life possibilities for which few people are prepared. The Phoenix Fire department encourages everyone to be as prepared as possible.

Due to budgetary constraints we no longer have brochures available.  Please feel free to print as many copies as you need.

These are links to our safety messages:

Apartment / Mobile Home Safety

Arson Facts

Babysitting Tips for Safety

Barbecue / Grilling Safety

Bicycle Safety

Bicycle Helmets

Bio-terrorism Information

Bites and Stings

Boating Safety

Brush Fire Safety

Burn Injuries

Bus Safety

Camping Safety

Calling 9-1-1

Candle Safety

Carbon Monoxide

Child Car Seat Safety

Choking Safety

CPR

Deep Fryer Safety

Desert Survival

Disaster/Terrorism Preparedness

Electrical

Eye Safety

Faces of Influenza

Fire Drills

Fire Extinguishers

Fireplace Safety

Fireworks Safety

Flammable Fabrics

Gun Safety

Hazardous Materials Safety

Heat Stress

Heating Safety

Heimlich Maneuver

High-Rise Safety

Hiking Safety

Holiday Safety

Home Escape Plans

Home Safety Checklist

Home Safety Inspections

Infectious Diseases

Kitchen Safety

Latchkey Safety

Matches & Lighters

Monsoon & Lightning Safety

Move to the Right for Lights & Sirens

Pedestrian Safety

Pet Safety

Playground Safety

Poisons

Pool Safety

Power Outages/Blackouts

Public Assembly

Register Your Cell Phone

Residential Sprinkler

Scalds & Burns

Seat Belt Law FAQ

Smoke

Smoke Alarms

Smoking Materials

Stop, Drop & Roll!

Stupid Motorist Law

Traffic Safety

Travel Safety

Vacation Checklist

Vacation Safety 

Water Safety

Workplace Safety