York County Fire provides public fire education classes and programs throughout the year. The Fire Safety House allows children to train in what to do in the event of a fire in the home. Training includes kitchen safety, smoke detectors, fire alarms, fireplace safety, and evacuation from the home. Theatrical, non-toxic smoke is used to provide a realistic view of actual fire conditions. The Fire Safety House can also be used for severe weather training. Simulated storms are provided, along with television weather alerts and weather radio warnings.
Patches & Pumper
York County Fire also uses a remote control robot, Patches and Pumper, to teach children about fire safety. Patches and Pumper delivers his message by interacting with the children through a remote operator and voice communicator. The Patches and Pumper program can be delivered in the classroom or at a special event location.
Formal Classroom Classes
Formal classroom fire safety classes are also provided to first and second grade school children. Instruction includes:
Matches and lighter safety.
For more information or to schedule a fire education program, please contact York County Fire.