Firewise

FIREWISE LINKS – SITES THAT INFORM US OR HELP US GET FIREWISE

• Firewise You Can Use - This contains links to Interactive modules in a variety of formats, from HTML to FLASH and Shockwave.
http://www.firewise.org/fw_youcanuse/index.htm

Here's some other websites that you may be interested in:

http://activefiremaps.fs.fed.us/ - Active wildfire information

http://inciweb.nwcg.gov/ - Active Fire Incident Command Center - search by state

www.firewise.org – Firewise Communities website

www.fs.fed.us/r3/coronado/ – Coronado National Forest website

www.blm.gov/az/st/en.html – Arizona Bureau of Land Management (BLM)

www.smokeybear.com – wildfire science

www.usfa.dhs.gov/ – US Fire Administration

http://www.geomac.gov/ - Wildfire mapping

http://forestry.about.com/od/?once=true&
information about forestry

http://usinsurancenet.com/earthquake-preparedness/ – Home Preparedness:
What to do in an Earthquake

http://www.insure-net.com/protecting-your-home-and-health-a-disaster-preparedness-guide
Protecting your home and health: A Disaster Preparedness guide

 

 

Here are some more sites:

http://azstateparks.com – Arizona State Parks

www.fws.gov/southwest/ – southwest region of fish & wildlife service

www.azgfd.gov – Arizona Game and Fish

www.citizencorps.gov/cert/ - Official CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) website

http://www.mjjsales.com/severe-weather-resource-2.html – A Severe Weather Handbook: Are You Ready for the Worst"

ASBESTOS EXPOSURE – Firefighters can sometimes expose themselves to dangers beyond an actual fire that could be life threatening. Asbestos exposure, chemical toxins and carbon monoxide poisoning are only some of the ancillary dangers that put firefighters at risk. Most of the time, firefighters are not aware of some of these other dangers. For more information go to: www.asbestos.com