Latest News from the Ember 911™ Child Safety Program

New Weather Safety Video

by Webmaster, posted: 07-Sep-12 15:53

This new animation features Ember’s friends Ash and Cinder and the Magic Book and talks more about weather safety and the dangers of lightning. It now also includes how to stay safe during a tornado. The new animation can be viewed on our website @ www.Ember911.com more...

Preparing Individuals with Autism for a Fire Station Field Trip Video

by Webmaster, posted: 28-Mar-12 16:37

The best way to help an individual with autism in an emergency situation to is to prepare them for the emergency beforehand. Individuals with autism follow routines. As a teacher, parent or caregiver there are things you can do to prepare your child or students to help them better understand what the situation is about and what they are to expect. more...

Ember911™ Releases new weather safety video, "What to Do in Bad Weather"

by Webmaster, posted: 09-Sep-11 09:20

Ember911™ just released the first of their new weather safety videos, "What to Do in Bad Weather". This animated video features the newest member of our video family, a scrappy Beagle puppy named Cinder. Cinder opens the "Magic Book" and children get the opportunity to learn about storm and lightning safety through fun and animation. more...

Ember911 Releases Part II of their Fire Prevention Safety Animation Series: Getting Out Safely

by Webmaster, posted: 04-Oct-10 15:20

In conjunction with this Year's Fire Prevention Week (Oct 3rd – 9th) Ember and her friends just released Part II of their Fire Prevention & Safety animation series, this one titled "Getting Out Safely – Ash Learns More about Fire Safety" . more...

The Ember911™ Child Safety Education Program has a busy summer with their new Safety Trailer

by Webmaster, posted: 27-Sep-10 16:00

Since receiving the new trailer in July, the trailer has been out and about non-stop. It has served as a classroom training center for 9 new firefighter cadets with our sponsor Pembroke Fire Protection District in Pembroke Township Illinois. These cadets will go on to protect the residents of Hopkins Park, Illinois and its surrounding township along with working side by side with other departments in both Kankakee and Iroquois county through the mutual aid program MABAS. more...

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