Q1

Our house has smoke alarms in every bedroom, hallway & the ceiling at the top of stairs.

Q2

This month we checked that all our
smoke alarms work.

Q3

We check our smoke alarms every month and change the batteries if needed.

Q4

The end of daylight savings is the time to change the batteries in smoke alarms.

Q5

We have a fire extinguisher and a fire blanket in our kitchen that can be used by a grown-up.

Q6

My family has an escape plan.

Q7

My family practises our escape plan.

Q8

I know 2 ways out of every room in my house.

Q9

I know the safe place outside where my family will meet if there is a fire in our house.

Q10

We keep keys in or next to our front and back door so we can get out quickly.

Q11

If there is a fire in my house, I know to go straight outside and wait at the safe meeting place.

Q12

In a smoke-filled room I know to Crawl Low and Go, Go, Go.

Q13

I know the number to call for help in an emergency is triple zero (000).

Q14

If your clothes are on fire, you should Stop, Drop, Rock and Roll.

Q15

If you find a box of matches or a cigarette lighter, you should give them to a grown-up.
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Q1:
Our house has smoke alarms in every bedroom, hallway & the ceiling at the top of stairs.
Yes
Q2:
This month we checked that all our smoke alarms work.
Yes
Q3:
We check our smoke alarms every month and change the batteries if needed.
Yes
Q4:
The end of daylight savings is the time to change the batteries in smoke alarms.
Yes
Q5:
We have a fire extinguisher and a fire blanket in our kitchen that can be used by a grown-up.
Yes
Q6:
My family has an escape plan.
Yes
Q7:
My family practises our escape plan.
Yes
Q8:
I know 2 ways out of every room in my house
Yes
Q9:
I know the safe place outside where my family will meet if there is a fire in our house.
Yes
Q10:
We keep keys in or next to our front and back door so we can get out quickly.
Yes
Q11:
If there is a fire in my house, I know to go straight outside and wait at the safe meeting place.
Yes
Q12:
In a smoke-filled room I know to Crawl Low and Go, Go, Go.
Yes
Q13:
I know the number to call for help in an emergency is triple zero (000).
Yes
Q14:
If your clothes are on fire, you should Stop, Drop, Rock and Roll.
Yes
Q15:
If you find a box of matches or a cigarette lighter, you should give them to a grown-up.
Yes

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