Rhode Island Resource Directory

A Guide to Services Associated with RI 2-1-1

Fire Prevention Information

Code: JR-8200.2000

Programs that are designed to increase public awareness of the measures that people can take to protect homes, businesses and property from the threat of fire. Fire prevention programs provide information about faulty wiring and other electrical hazards, kitchen fires, smoking risks, child-related fire safety, flammable materials storage, brush clearance, fire retardant building materials and ground cover, techniques for fighting a fire until the fire agency arrives (first aid firefighting) and other similar topics. Included are programs that inspect the homes of individual citizens and give them a report which recommends ways to protect their property as well as those that deal with fire safety in a more general way.

See Also:

Fire Conditions Bulletins (TH-2100.2100)

Fire Advisories (TH-2100.2000)

Structural Retrofitting Services (TH-1800.6600-800)

Burned Area Emergency Rehabilitation (TH-1800.1900-100)

Wildland Fire Preparedness Information (TH-1700.1800-930)

Firefighting Helicopters (TH-1700.1600-370)

Fireboats (TH-1700.1600-350)

Fire Engines (TH-1700.1600-330)

Aircraft Rescue Firefighting Vehicles (TH-1700.1600-090)

Air Tankers (TH-1700.1600-060)

Federal Firefighting ESF (TH-1500.1800-200)

Weed Abatement/Brush Control (TE-9500)

Firefighting Museums (TA-5500.2000)

Juvenile Firesetter Treatment Programs (RP-1400.8000-375)

Chimney Sweeping (PH-3300.2750-180)

Smoke Alarms (JR-8400.8000)

Fire Suppression Systems (JR-8400.2000)

Safety Town Programs (JR-8200.7800)

Fire Services (JR-1900)

Arson Offender Registries (FN-1500.6250-050)

Juvenile Firesetter Intervention Programs (FN-1500.3700)

Open Burning Permits (DF-7000.6460)