Fire Department - Safety Programs
There are many ways to learn more about the Bowling Green Fire Department and fire safety. Below is a list of the different educational activities that the Fire Department offers:
Basic Fire Safety Lesson: The Fire Department will come to your facility and teach students all the basics of fire safety. Additionally, a firefighter can dress in their protective gear for the students, plus they’ll get a first-hand look at the fire truck and its equipment.
Basic Fire Safety Lesson & Tour of Station: This activity is geared toward those that want to visit a fire station. Students will learn all the basics of fire safety, watch a firefighter dress in all their protective gear, take a tour of the fire station and look at fire trucks and their equipment.
Fire Safety House: Walk through a miniature house and learn about being fire safe in your own home. In addition to learning about kitchen safety, you’ll learn all about how to exit a building safely in case of a fire, plus you’ll get to tour the fire station. This building is located at the Headquarters Fire Station at 701 East 7th Street.
Hazard House: This is an interactive model house that can be brought to schools to teach students about fire safety. It is particularly effective when used during health & safety fairs or similar school events.
If you are interested in any of these fire safety programs, call 393-3120 for more information.