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Safety & Education
2-1-1 New Hampshire
2-1-1 is an easy to remember telephone number that connects callers, at no cost, to information about critical health and human services available in their community.
Barbecue Grilling Safety
Review safety tips for using grills.
Car Seat Safety
Specially certified firefighters are available to install and inspect your child's car seat to ensure that it is properly and safely done, as well as instruct parents, family, and caregivers on how to install it themselves.
Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless, tasteless gas that can escape from any fuel-burning appliance or motor vehicle and has increasingly more harmful effects on your body as the concentration increases that could lead to severe injury or death.
Classes, both new and re-certification for individuals, families, or groups, are available at the Headquarters station.
Get connected to several fire safety resources, both online and locally.
During power outages many people utilize portable generators to provide them with the power needed to operate all or part of their homes. While generators can be an invaluable tool when needed the safe use of them should be a priority.
Inhalant Abuse Prevention
Learn about the dangers of inhalants abuse and get connected to resources about the subject.
To prevent poisoning incidents, Hampton Fire has provided several safety tips.
A rip current is a strong, narrow, surface current that flows rapidly away from the shore, returning the water carried landward by waves. Be sure to always consult with the lifeguards for the conditions that day and take note of the warning signs and flags.