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Cool the Burn
A site for children touched by a burn


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Fire Safety for Disabled Persons and Caregivers
Fire Safety for Disabled Persons and Caregivers
Fire Safety for Disabled Persons and Caregivers





Don't Play with Fire
Can you guess how many fires are started by kids every year?
2 or maybe 2000
Every year, children start nearly 100,000 fires that hurt people and cause a lot of damage.
That's why playing with fire -- lighters, matches
or candles ...is such a bad idea


Excellent Fire Safety
and Recovery Links

Students in a 2015 summer program studied fire safety. Here is a link to their awesome work.

Fire Safety - Before, During and After a Fire in Your Home


Fire Safety for Disabled Persons and Caregivers

Fire Safety materials for people with disabilities


Hot Water Burns Like Fire
Set the temperature of your hot water heater between 120 and 130 degrees F to prevent scalding burns. It is important to keep in mind that a full thickeness burn can occur after just 1 second of contact with water that is at 158 degrees F. Even at 130 degrees F, a full thickness burn can occur after 30 seconds of contact, but it takes 10 minutes of contact to get a full thickness burn if the water temperature is lowered to 120 degrees F.

National Fire Prevention Association
Products
The Home Fireman

 


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The Percy R. Johnson Burn Foundation is a private, not for profit organization, dedicated to assisting burn survivors and their families. Supported projects include Camp I.S.M. The camp offers young burn survivors in Louisiana a summer camp atmosphere which promotes healing in a supportive community.

You can help. Simply click on Be A Hero.

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