The Prevention Division works to reduce the potential impact of fire and explosion hazards where people live, work, and congregate. This team focuses on inspecting facilities which pose distinct fire hazards and where the potential loss of life from fire is very high.
The division is also responsible for the promotion of fire safety and the education of building owners, operators, and occupants, and the general public. Both office and field personnel are active educators, presenting a variety of program topics across the state of Kansas.
Our office even employs a dedicated Education Consultant to work with local fire and law enforcement jurisdictions, helping to educate kids on fire safety and prevent them from starting fires.
New Brochures: “What to Expect When You’re Inspected”
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Our office has just published a new brochure entitled “What to Expect When You’re Inspected” which will give facilities a helpful checklist of items to look for and perhaps improve prior to a scheduled inspection. As the brochure states, “We want to work with you to ensure that if a fire were to occur, damage is limited as much as possible and firefighters can operate efficiently and safely. Practicing fire prevention and addressing fire hazards is a great investment.” Please contact our office if you would like to request a copy of the brochure.