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High Risk Population

People with Disabilities

It is extremely important to plan for those who may need assistance during a fire or other emergency. 

Read Home Safety for People with Disabilities for recommendations on how to be prepared for a fire emergency. 

Older Adults

Knowing what to do in the event of a fire is particularly important for older adults. At age 65, people are twice as likely to be killed or injured by fires in the home. 

Visit the National Fire Preveniton website on Medical Oxygen Fire Safety to learn more about how to prevent a medical oxygen-related fire. 

Chatham-Kent Fire & Recuse offers free home alarm checks. Learn more about CHiRP Checks.

Educational presentations are also available. Contact us at 519-436-3270 or by at email

Know Someone Who Needs Assistance?

We can help. Sign-up for a free CHiRP Home Alarm Check. Firefighters visit the home to ensure smoke and carbon monoxide alarms are working, correctly located & not expired. Have alarms that need replacing? We can help with that too.

Request a CHiRP Check here or contact us at 519-360-1998.