Unintentional injury is the leading cause of death for people between the ages of 1 and 21 and the fifth overall cause of death. Learn more by visiting our safety tips page.
Boating Safety Carbon Monoxide Poisoning information
Babysitter safety tips provided by the Peoria Fire Department.
Fire extinquisher information and safety tips.
Fire Safety Tips. Home fires are often easily preventable tragedies. Educating yourself and your family is a key first step to preventing or surviving a household fire.
Facts and Myths about Fire Sprinklers.
Learn about heat safety and how to protect yourself and family from heat hazards.
Home Escape Plans. In an emergency situation, things can become chaotic in an instant. Creating and practicing an evacuation plan ensures that everyone in the home knows what to do in the event of an emergency.
Information on what a monsoon is from the National Weather service. Learn what a monsoon is and how to protect yourself during monsoon season.
Installing and maintaining working smoke detectors in your house is a vital part of keeping your home fire safe. Learn more about smoke detectors.
Drowning is the second leading cause of injury related death for children ages 1 to 14. We lose almost 900 children each year to drowning related death and thousands more are hospitalized. Learn how to protect your children and learn about water safety in general.
How to protect yourself from naegleria fowleri (parasitic amoeba) when you go swimming.
Learn about weather safety and how to protect yourself and your family when adverse weather strikes.
Information on the fire department's functions, fire prevention, safety tips, education programs, employment and fire station locations.