Everyone has questions about all kinds of issues related to Fire and Life Safety. We’ve organized some of the most common questions into separate categories – all available here. If you cannot find answers to your questions, please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll do our best to get you the answers you need promptly.
California Fire Prevention Organization is a private, professional fire prevention and life safety organization. Our organization engages in community risk reduction programs throughout the State of California.
Programs that reduce risk to the community are becoming know as “Community Risk Reduction,” or “CRR” initiatives. Typically developed and executed by fire/rescue agencies, the most common program involves home visits, including delivery of education and home inspection. MySafe:California is actively involved in CRR within the State of California. MySafe:California is careful to ensure it follows baseline standards as defined by the NFPA, USFA, as well as an independent fire/safety program called Vision 20/20. Our home safety educators utilize high technology software and other means to achieve measurable results. In addition, our educators will support CRR via distribution and installation of free smoke alarms to those in need.
The main California Fire Prevention Organization website contains information relative to disaster- preparedness in the State of California. There is a complex mix of disaster threats throughout the State, but our primary focus includes information and materials related to wildfire and earthquake prevention, readiness, and survival. The dangers from fire, earthquake, terror attacks, and even floods are nothing to take for granted.
California Fire Prevention Organization maintains a Facebook presence, a Twitter account, a Flickr account, Vimeo and YouTube for videos. In the future, we’ll be adding an online education campus. All of these components to our ecosystem are embedded within the California Fire Prevention Organization web environment.
The California Fire Prevention Organization website has been designed to be useful to three groups of people: first responders, teachers, and the general public. When first responders become partners, they gain access to a wide array of fire and life safety materials, including fire prevention materials for distribution to the public, safety initiatives, research materials, and other data useful to the overall process of fire prevention. In addition, becoming a partner gives fire departments the opportunity to request California Fire Prevention Organization join them in community risk reduction programs, such as home inspections and free smoke alarm distribution and installation. The same types of benefits are available to teachers who become members of the California Fire Prevention Organization fire/safety cadre. Finally, the website also has been designed for community involvement – meaning that our information and programs are available directly to the general public.
The California Fire Prevention Organization environment is ever-changing. Our team will continue to add material on a weekly basis – daily in some instances. As safety information is made available, we’ll post it here. As new videos are developed, we’ll publish them and issue a notification. Stay in touch and visit the site often.
The California Fire Prevention Organization website has been designed to be fully “responsive,” meaning it will auto-adjust for any sized computing device. For the best visual experience, consider using a modern web browser and a computer display that supports a minimum of 1040 x 760 pixel resolution. California Fire Prevention Organization has been tested with a wide array of browsers, including but not limited to IE 8, IE 9, Firefox 8 thru 14, Safari 4 – 6, Opera and Chrome. In addition, you may access the California Fire Prevention Organization website via an iPad, Slate, or a smartphone. If you have rendering or display issues, please contact us at email@example.com
If you have problems viewing any of our video content, we suggest you first do a test to see if you can view videos posted to YouTube and Vimeo. Our video content has been designed to use an Internet technology called HTML-5, rather than the now antique and outdated Flash solution you may have heard about. If you find you can view YouTube or Flash videos, but not those within our website, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org If you cannot view videos on other streaming sites, check your browser for compatibility, or if viewing from work, check with your IT manager to see if sites that stream video have been blocked.
If you find a typo or some other error in the California Fire Prevention Organization web environment, please write to us. We’d like to hear from you. email@example.com