Our Public Safety Program is designed to incorporate fire safety skills into routine habit. Stop, Drop, and Roll is only one of the many skills that children practice, so that when a child is faced with the danger of fire, practice replaces panic.
Our team frequently visits schools, daycares, and businesses to offer fire safety education to all ages. While emphasis is placed on "Fire Prevention Week", the Mauldin Fire Department has always held an open door policy to anyone who wishes to visit our stations. We offer several venues for educating the public. Those include puppet shows, tours, fire safety talks, and fire extinguisher classes. These are always available to the public when needed.
Thanks to the National Fire Safety Council we are able to provide fun educational material to the public. Also, through donations from area businesses, we have added fire hats, magnets, stickers, and pencils to offer to the children of our community.
Fire Safety education is a constant practice of the entire department, and each member takes part. Emphasis is always placed on showing children of all ages that firefighters are their friends.
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