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MySafe:LA Makes a Dent in Fleet Week Los Angeles

During the labor day weekend, MySafe:LA delivered for Fleet Week 2019. Our public safety teams taught CPR, set up smoke alarm installations throughout Southern California, and conducted raffle ticket awards on an hourly basis. Fleet Week visitors won fire extinguishers, GO bags, smoke alarms, and other fun gifts. Overall, more...
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Teaching Kids About the Dangers of Fireworks

Every year, MySafe:LA visits dozens of elementary schools as well as recreation and parks facilities to discuss the dangers of fireworks. This is a complex issue, as there are cultural issues, legal restrictions, and family gatherings that are often promoted via the use of fireworks. To be clear, ALL fireworks...
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Junior Fire Inspectors Save Lives

Today, MySafe:LA graduated a class of 4th and 5th grade students as new Junior Fire Inspectors. This class, part of an east Los Angeles LAUSD campus, is special. To be more specific, every class that graduates is special. Some, a bit more than others. In this case, a student came...
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Teaching Kids to be Junior Fire Inspectors

One of MySafe:LA’s core mission components is teaching children to be more aware of fire and life safety issues. The Junior Fire Inspector program has been an active part of our educational outreach for more than eight years, with more than 20,000 students completing the program. So, what does it...
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Neighborhood Smoke Alarm Canvassing Saves Lives

Working smoke alarms save lives. It can’t be stated enough. MySafe:LA works throughout the City of Los Angeles to promote fire safety. On the 27th of April, the non-profit public benefit organization visited the San Fernando Valley and canvassed a number of at-risk homes, installing new ten-year sealed smoke alarms,...
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MySafe:LA Conducts Research Into Wildfires

MySafe:LA, a unit of The Safe Community Project, is conducting research into the effect of a wildfire on a community. Following the deadly Woolsey Fire of late 2018, the organization determined that gaining a better understanding of wildfires would be essential for its overall capabilities and delivery of resilience programming....
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