We are happy to announce that First Alert is a sponsor for Firefighter Dan Fire Safety Camp. They have donated kitchen smoke & fire alarms for us to use teach on Day 2 of our camp as well as a free giveaway to each camper that attends. We received our shipment today. Thank you [...]
Today I had the pleasure of being in Newark, New Jersey to see a great parade of old and new fire apparatus. The 45th Annual Fireman’s Fair was presented by the Newark Fire Department Historical Association (NFDHA) and the Newark Museum. The Newark Firefighters Pipe and Drum Band kicked off the parade and had [...]
FIREFIGHTER DAN™ FIRE SAFETY CAMP
Future Firefighters sound the alarm! I am happy to announce that Firefighter Dan™ is coming to Metuchen, New Jersey with a week long summer camp. Firefighter Dan™ Fire Safety Camp will teach your child to recognize, reduce, and escape hazards using interactive animations, hands-on activities, crafts, games and more! Taking [...]
This is the fifth installation of Firefighter Dan’s Safety Tips. This one is another important one! Firefighter Dan’s want to discuss ‘lighters.’
Lighters are not toys. If you see a lighter, stay away from it and go tell a grownup!
Springtime is almost here, and it is time to move our clocks ahead and prepare for a new season. Let’s SPRING FORWARD by being safe and changing the batteries in our smoke alarms. It could save a life.
Smoke alarms should be installed on every level of your home, including the basement and [...]
This is the fourth installation of Firefighter Dan’s Safety Tips. This one is an important one! Firefighter Dan’s want to discuss ‘matches.’
Matches are not toys. If you see them, you stay away from them and go tell a grownup!
This is the third installation of Firefighter Dan’s Safety Tips. Firefighter Dan’s want to discuss ‘faucets.’
A faucet can give you hot, warm and cold water. But it is best that you let a grownup turn the water ON and OFF for you just to be safe!
Learning Today is Knowing Tomorrow
Safety Tip for Burn awareness week: Avoid using placemats, which young children can pull down resulting in hot food and liquid spills. Similar to yesterday’s tip, but a table cloth and placemat definitely different.
Firefighter Dan™ ‘Funsheet’ #41 is here. Click on the image to open the PDF. Learning Today is Knowing Tomorrow!
Safety Tip for Burn awareness week: Keep hot food and liquids at the center of the table away from the edges.
Firefighter Dan™ ‘Funsheet’ #40 is here. Click on the image to open the PDF. Learning Today is Knowing Tomorrow!