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We work to reduce the risk of youth fire injury and death collaboratively with fire service, law enforcement,
social services, school professionals, community partners, and families to provide education and intervention
resources, materials, and training.
Examples of the services we provide:
At the OSFM, we want families to be safe. These materials are for families to print and use with children. These
resources are age-appropriate and intended for discussion and home safety planning.
Home Safety Checklist double-sided English/Spanish.
Guide to Home Escape PlanningEnglish |
Fire Safety Randomizer English | Spanish
Fire Prevention Paper Airplane
Do the Drill! A School Resource Guide for Safety Planning
Fire/Emergency Evacuation Drill Record
Youth Fire Safety Pledge Certificate
Classroom Visits & Community Events
Fire Station Tour Guide
OSFM Fire Prevention &
Safety Education Materials Request Form
The OSFM's youth fire intervention program is for youth who misuse fire or are identified as being at risk for
unsafe fire behavior.
Below is the screening tool to use with youth, support materials, and the link to report youth-set fires to our
A Parent's Legal Responsibility When Your Child Sets a Fire is a book designed for parents and caregivers to let
them know their responsibilities if a youth in their care sets a fire.
Oregon Screening Tool
Oregon Screening Tool Support
Youth Fire Reporting Form
A Parent's Legal Responsibility When Your Child Sets a FireEnglish | Spanish
This tool works to increase fire safety, build empathy, and encourage accountability. You can use these books
when screening a child for unsafe fire behavior.
Insight Rack Card
Insight Blue- intended for youth ages 8-12
Insight Red- intended for youth ages 13-17
Insight Parents Guide
Request printed insight books
for your agency
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