Keys to Safety Campaign Materials
The Keys to Safety Campaign materials are designed to support local programs that want to take part in a national campaign to teach key safety messages to adult learners.
Download the campaign materials below for use in adult instruction and community programming.
Please note: The Keys to Safety lessons and student exercises can be used, duplicated, and shared with attribution to ProLiteracy (2010), but cannot be modified in any way. All other materials may be modified for local use, but instructional messages included in these materials should not be changed.
Campaign Activities Booklet
A booklet of suggested activities programs can use to reach campaign goals, including ideas for involving local fire services.
A proclamation template that may be customized and signed by a local politician to show support for the campaign.
The campaign posters, which are designed to be printed in large format (17"X22") feature safety messages about smoke alarms and the role of the firefighter in the community. They can be displayed at a program center or elsewhere in the community (e.g., at a library).
- Smoke alarm installation and maintenance
- Escape plans and fire drills
- The role of the firefighter in the community
- Preventing fires in the home
- Calling for help - Short lesson and activities
- The tools firefighters use - Short lesson and activities
- Keep your important papers safe from fire
- Fires in public places
- Carbon monoxide can kill
- If there is a fire in your home
Certificate of Participation
A certificate that can be customized and given to students to recognize successful completion of Keys to Safety lesson content or extracurricular programming.
The Keys to Safety student survey can be used to informally assess completion of fire safety and prevention activities after participation in the campaign. Activities addressed include home visits with fire safety educators, installation and maintenance of smoke alarms, and making and practicing a home escape plan.