We want to live in a world where fire is no longer a risk and threat to humanity. We believe this is possible by empowering young people to be FireED Leaders, with the skills to live more safely, and the tools to help others achieve the same positive results.

A shocking reality is that almost 3,000 people die in preventable house fires each year!


We are seeing far too many children dying in fires that could have been prevented through "fire and life safety" education that is not taught at school or in most homes.

More people need to join in on the effort to eliminate needless tragedy of millions of children struggling to survive horrific, yet preventable, burn injuries.

We can help firefighter’s whose lives are at risk each time they respond to fires in homes with no working smoke alarms, sprinklers, or fire escape plans.


Ales Jug, PhD
Ales Jug, PhD
Assistant Professor at Becker College, Senior Global Advisor at FireED
Fire prevention implementation failure, and the lack of sustainable solutions, could be a leading cause to the increased number of deadly fires we are seeing today. Poor safety increases risks and consequently vulnerability to falling below the poverty level. The FireED Interactive System is a readily available solution to advance public education profiles for any fire department or community. With its unique social business model FireED brings a systematic and sustainable approach to help reduce the devastating impact of preventable fires worldwide.
Robert Avsec
Robert Avsec
Executive Fire Officer
The death or serious injury to a child from a fire has a profound impact on more than just the victim’s immediate family. The repercussions reverberate throughout the community affecting among others: family and friends; schoolmates and teachers; and the first responders who answered the call. When a preventable fire claims a child or seriously burns a child, it calls into question our ability as a fire service to protect the most vulnerable among us.
Harry Fast
Harry Fast
Fire Captain (ret.)
It's all about PREVENTION, PROTECTION, PLANNING, and PRACTICE, and it's so easy! As a firefighter, I was devastated at the news of my own uncle having perished in a fire that could have been prevented. I see great value in the Fire-ED mission to educate, because as a fire service we cannot get to everyone! With its Training, Teaching Tools, and Technology, the Fire-ED Interactive System is a reliable resource to help people and communities from becoming impacted by fire!
Duncan Rydall
Duncan Rydall
Chief Fire Prevention Officer
As a whole we all need to take fire and life safety education far more seriously! One in four persons will at some time experience a fire in their home. Education is key and the FireED Interactive System is the right toolkit to get the job done. A firefighter wouldn't battle a fire without the right safety clothing and tools and equipment. Having access to cutting edge interactive tools to educate the public will help get the job done right if we utilize FireED!
Aaron Johnson
Aaron Johnson
Fire strategist and the “peace of mind” expert in fire protection and life safety
Of the three components of fire prevention – engineering, enforcement, and education – we, as a fire service, need to be more mindful of the education component being the most critical factor. Behavior only changes with education, and the fire service, with its limited resources and tight budgets, struggles to meet the demands of educating the public. FireED comes into play as leading the charge in fire prevention education. Community needs this resource.
Pascal Rodier
Pascal Rodier
Paramedic Chief (ret.), Public Safety Leader
Every tragedy in our life is preventable! Though our safety educators need to be better equipped to teach people to properly identify hazards and reduce the risks that can harm them. The FireED Advisors are a capable group of professionals with a shared passion to improve community safety through sound education initiatives.
Bob Brotchie
Bob Brotchie
Paramedic (ret.) Business Owner at Anglia Counselling Ltd
Educating individuals, and society was my life as the paramedic who created the 'In Case of Emergency' (ICE) program. Now, I try to engender a legacy around our youngest generation, aspiring for them to be more 'mindful' and at peace with themselves so they can make empowered choices. It is plain to see that FireED sits perfectly in its responsible role; engendering of this and future generations. It's the right thing to do for safety awareness, and is a meaningful contribution to society.

Community Risk Reduction and the FireED Interactive System

Sustainable Systems

Designed for any community to easily adopt, implement, and adapt as needed. The revenue generating "Community Direct Teaching Model" keeps systems functional and operational.

Capacity Building

Combating societal threats, like preventable fires, requires well managed and sustainable systems. Strong administrative teams and supply chains to meet community needs.

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Save Money / Save Lives

Playing a vital role assisting fire services to identify and bridge the gaps. Partnering to reduce the financial and devastating societal impact caused by fire injury, loss, and fatalities.

Courses For All Ages

Adaptable course material to help people of all ages learn how NOT to become victims of fire. Metrics tools for measuring, tracking and reporting student's learning outcomes.

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Trained Facilitators

Anyone age 18 and up apply to be a FireED Community Safety Facilitator. Professionally developed curriculum. Compliments NFPA 1035 Standard for Fire and Life Safety Educators.

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Engaging Teaching Tools

Well constructed, interactive storyboards for engaging kinesthetic, visual, auditory and tactile learners. Solid network of artistic talent, production teams, and distribution channels.

A Public Education Challenge, Solved!

Too many people are still becoming injured, losing their homes, or dying in preventable fires! Education is key but fire services face real challenges, like limited time, staffing, and funding to effectively perform public education duties. There is no known solution to this needless tragedy, until now, with the Fire-ED Interactive System. 

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