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Quick Safety Tips

Below are some quick safety tips regarding commonly requested topics, such as smoke alarms, fire extinguishers, CPR, and weather safety.​ Click images for more details.

​​​​​​Smoke Alarms

​​​​​Fire Extinguishers

Be sure to have working smoke alarms in your home:
  • Test all smoke alarms in your home monthly.
  • Change batteries twice a year -- changing batteries on daylight savings is an easy way to remember.
  • Replace smoke alarm units every ten years.
  • Smoke alarms should be placed in all bedrooms, hallways outside living areas, and common areas.
For fire extinguisher operation, remember PASS:​​
  • P - Pull the pin. Pull out the pin that sits in the handle, allowing you to squeeze.
  • A - Aim the nozzle. Aim the black nozzle or hose at the base of the fire.
  • S - Squeeze. Squeeze down on the handle to extract the extinguishing material.
  • S - Sweep. Sweep the nozzle side-to-side across the entirety of the fire.
  • Fire extinguishers should be placed on each level of your home, along with one in the garage, where they can be easily accessible.​

​​​​​​​CPR

​​​​Emergency Preparedness

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) on unresponsive persons:
  • Shake and shout: make sure the person is u​nconscious without a pulse. Call 9-1-1.
  • If necessary, lay person flat onto floor -​- off of beds or chairs.
  • Place hands in the center of the chest, one palm on top of the other hand.
  • Push hard and fast continuously, about two compressions per second.
  • Do not stop compressions until medical help arrives, or unless the person regains a pulse or starts breathing on their own.
Be ready for all of North Texas' extremes:
  • Be informed. Know the types of hazards the North Texas area can experience - thunderstorms, tornadoes, winter storms, and home fires are the most common. 
  • Get a kit. Create an emergency kit that has essential items you and your family would need in case of extended sheltering or evacuation.
  • Make a plan. Know what to do when an emergency happens and how to get important information.

   More on Fire Safety​​​​​​​​​​

For a great general overview of fire safety that starts by offering fire prevention actions, moves through fire response, and concludes with recovery tips, please explore this article:
 
A special thanks to Evie Long and her family for sharing this article with us, and encouraging more Coppell families to be fire smart!

Quick Links

Below are some informational resources linking you to City of Coppell pages, educational websites, and various other resources you may find helpful.​
 

Where Are We Located?

 

Life Safety Park maps

City Pages

​​Visitor & Public Parking MapCity of Coppell
Bus & Large Van Parking Map​​Coppell Fire Department
CPR-AED Class Parking Map​​Coppell Police Department
Travel Map to LSP​​Coppell Emergency Management
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Educational pageS

Other Resources

​​​FIRE EDUCATI​ON​​National Fire Protection Association
​​​​WEATH​ER/EARTH​
​​National Weather Service
National Crime Prevention CouncilNational Hurricane Center
Texas State Fire Marshal's OfficeStorm Prediction Center
U.S. Fire Administration - Fire Prevention​West Gulf River Forecast Center
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS​​Ready.gov (FEMA)USGS Live Earthquake Map
​KnoWhat2Do (NCTCOG)​Earth Wind Map Real-Time
​Centers for Disease Control
​​​K-12 EDUCATIONCoppell ISDJUST FOR KIDS!​ Safe Kids
Texas Education AgencyPlay Safe, Be Safe
Texas Essential Knowledge & Skills (TEKS)​Sparky Kids
Safe Routes to School Map - CoppellOTHERNorth Central Texas Council of Govts.​

​​​​​​​​​​​Where:
Life Safety Park
820 S. Coppell Rd.
Coppell, TX 75019
Contact:
O: (972) 462-5373​​
LSP@coppelltx.gov
www.LifeSafetyPark.org​

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To report an emergency situation, call 9-1-1.

For non-emergency requests, call non-emergency dispatch at 469​-289​-3270​.