Fire Prevention Week kicked off with an open house for families in the KMC Oct. 8 on Ramstein.
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KMC Fire Emergency Services will kick off Fire Prevention Week with a parade at 9 a.m. Oct. 8 through Ramstein housing. The day will continue with the Fire Department open house from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Fire Station 1, Bldg. 2303, on the Ramstein flightline. There will be free food, live fire and vehicle extrication demonstrations, fire truck displays from KMC FES and surrounding local fire departments, activities for kids, door prizes and much, much more.
Firefighters and base leadership demonstrate extinguishing an aircraft fire Oct. 8 on Ramstein. As part of Fire Prevention Week, families visited Fire Station 1 to learn about fire safety including home-fire safety issues, fire extinguisher training and holiday safety tips. The event concluded with a live fire demonstration where leadership from throughout Ramstein helped firefighters extinguish a simulated aircraft fire in the burn pit.
Families from throughout the KMC gathered at Fire Station 1 Oct. 8 on Ramstein to attend an open house.
Working smoke alarms can make a lifesaving difference in a fire. That’s the message behind this year’s Fire Prevention Week campaign: “Hear the beep where you sleep.”
Members of the KMC participated in Fire Prevention Week Oct. 6 to 11. Sparky the fire dog and KMC firefighters visited Department of Defense Dependents Schools elementary schools to teach this year’s theme of preventing kitchen fires. Participants were given home fire-prevention checklists and other materials on how to check […]
How many times have you started dinner and ran upstairs to do a load of laundry or darted out of the kitchen to take a phone call — all while leaving your pots and pans to cook on a hot stove unattended?
Klaus Kueppers, fire protection inspector and acting assistant chief for the garrison’s Fire Prevention program, said these simple scenarios are all too common in many kitchens.