Fire Safety Education for Home and Business
|U.S. Department of Homeland Security Certified
Our trainers have recently completed and
passed a course study and are now
certified as "community Safety Educators".
This is a comprehensive course study
provided by the U.S. Department of
Homeland Security and the National Fire
This is in addition to our many other
|NFPA 72 Code Training|
|27 years experience training over 50,000 |
|people on fire safety|
Fire Safety Training
We provide customized fire Safety Training for Groups such as Fire Departments,
Civic Organizations, Church Groups, Schools, Business' and Home Owners.
Fire safety is a very interesting…and always important topic. We have put together
a short, lively program that really gets people thinking about fire safety and of
course, gives them some answers too. It is a fun and fast-moving program that I
can assure you, your group will be talking about for weeks. Our Safety Consultant
will have everyone take a short quiz to see what they know about fire safety, then of
course we’ll give them the answers. We’ll also give your group some tips on
preparing for a fire and how some of the latest technology works to protect them.
On behalf of our Kiwanis Club I would like to thank you for the program
that you recently presented on fire safety. Your program was very
informative to our members and will very likely result in some requests
for assistance from you.
Max L Schardein, President
Kiwanis Club of Bettendorf
American Fire Safety has been serving Eastern Iowa and Western Illinois for more than 28
years. Providing fire safety training to more than 50,000 people.
It is our mission to provide the most complete and up to date comprehensive fire safety
education to people in our community.
It is our goal to continue this service free of charge as always.
Flash is our fun loving
Mascot. He may be
able to appear at your
next event, and its all
|Flash the Fire Dog throws out the first pitch at a Quad Cities River Bandits game.
American Fire Safety and Flash were at the game raising money to support the
Iowa Children's Hospital, Burn Unit.