MAKING A REQUEST
Requests should be made at least FOUR weeks in advance of the event. Event requests can be made online via a Request Form, or by calling NCFD Headquarters: 843-740-2616
TYPES OF EVENTS
NCFD provides fire safety education to the community through a dedicated Fire & Life Safety Educator and firefighters thought out the year. Here are a few examples of events:
- Career Day
- Fire Drills/Exit Plans
- Fire Safety Presentations
- Fire Safety Booth/Table
- Fire Extinguisher Training
- Hands-Only CPR Training
- Station Tours
- Stop the Bleed Program
- Truck Display
SMOKE ALARM PROGRAM
Working smoke alarms are the best way to reduce your risk of injury or death from a fire. Did you know smoke alarms older than 10 years should be replaced? North Charleston Fire Department can inspect your smoke alarms and replace or install new smoke alarms in your home. Click here to learn more about our Smoke Alarm Program.
CAR PASSENGER SEAT PROGRAM
NCFD has certified car seat technicians who can provide safety information and assist in installing car seats. These personnel have been certified by Safe Kids Worldwide. Click here to learn more about our Car Passenger Seat Program.
NCFD Bitmoji Classroom
Explore the world of fire safety via our Bitmoji Classroom on Google Slides. Each slide is designed for certain grade levels. Once completed, email Fire and Life Safety Educator Laura Kondor for a Fire Safe Certificate.
YOUTH FIRESETTING INTERVENTION PROGRAM
NCFD offers one-on-one educational classes that targets at-risk youth who have expressed an interest in fire and/or have been involved in firesetting activities. The class is free of charge. Rather than a punitive approach, areas of focus within this program include: Responsibility, Character Building, Decision Making, Self Esteem, and Fire Safety. Click here to learn more about our Youth Firesetter Intervention Program.
NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION MEETINGS
Our Fire Safety Coordinator is available to attend your neighborhood association meeting to discuss our programs or a specific topic of interesting. To request more information, contact Laura Kondor at 843-740-2647 or [email protected].
Fire Safe Community
On July 2020, North Charleston Fire Department was designated, with 56 other South Carolina fire departments, as a “Fire Safe Community.” Fire Safe Communities actively engage their stakeholders and citizens by promoting Fire Safe SC‘s “Core Four” Safety Message:
- Right Alarm – Right Location
- Fire Drill Plans and Prep
- Fire Sprinklers Save Lives
- See a Problem – Take Action
These core messages unify and promote consistent messaging for South Carolina fire service’s community risk reduction efforts to reduce fire-related injuries. NCFD has partnered with NCFD since it’s creation in 2017.