In an effort to strengthen its alliance, and reduce fire related childhood deaths and injury across North America, the Fire-ED Interactive Community welcomes organizations and individuals to join its Task Force of subject matter experts, and concerned citizens, helping to revolutionize the way prevention education is delivered to communities.
The Fire-ED Interactive Community for Eliminating Preventable Fires has the readily available training, teaching tools and new technology to satisfy fire prevention education requirements and the following initiatives:
- Joint First Nations Fire Protection Strategy
- BC Coroner’s Service Child Death Review
- Deadly Pikangikum fire prompts call for inquiry from Ontario First Nations firefighters
- Letter from the Ontario Office of the Chief Coroner – Verdict to the Coroner’s Jury
At Fire-ED we are all for a little less talk and a lot more action and have a great support network to take prevention education to great new heights. Your effort to introduce the “Fully Involved” Fire-ED Teaching Tool to your community will enable children the opportunity to grow to their full life potential while youth of all ages, and adults, learn by teaching through The Fire-ED Interactive System.