Below are links to in-depth evaluations of selected public education
projects and programs.
Safety Program Evaluation - In March, 2010, the Public
Education Section conducted a survey among
registrants who participated in fire station tours, operation visits
or utilized curricula during 2009. The purpose of the survey
was to measure the success of the program and to identify potential
areas for improvement.
- Community Fire Safety Advocate (CSFA)
Pilot Project - This program was developed in response to
a fatality house fire which occured in June, 2010. Four
children and a young woman were victims of this fire, which was
Seattle's deadliest in more than 30 years.
- Community Fire Safety
Advocate Pilot Project - Appendices
- Key messages of community fire safety
- Key skills demonstrated by all Community
Fire Safety Advocates
- CFSA Training Survey
- CFSA Kit Contents
- Smoke Alarm
Installation Program Evaluation - Smoke alarms have been shown
to reduce the change of dying in a home fire by between 40-50% (USFA
2006). The Seattle Fire Department's Smoke Alarm Installation
Program has the goal of decreasing the changes of being injured or
dying in a home fire by providing early warning detection that a
working smoke alarm can provide.