Fire Safety MB Camp at Tuscazoar
The troop is offering this opportunity, but there will be conflicts with leaders attending. We are looking for some parents to help out in a leadership role. This event is contingent that we have proper adult supervision and leadership.

“Everybody likes to see firefighters and fire trucks ... in parades and at the fire station, not at our homes, schools, business, and camps. Obviously, “the ability to use fire safety is essential to human survival. Fire is a part of life. By learning important skills, our scouts will be better prepared to use fire safely.”
Those attending Dover Dam Weekend will learn valuable skills, and the critical importance of those skills. Scouts will learn to do the right things in the first place, so that fire doesn’t become a problem. But as we know, the best laid plans of mice and scouts often go awry, so scouts will also learn how to best respond when they encounter fire situations that have become fire problems. Demonstrations, as well as hands-on opportunities, will cover a multitude of fire safety skills, both preventative and reactive, including:

Stop, drop, roll, and cool
Causes of burn injuries and how to prevent them
Proper handling of flammable liquids;
The chemistry and physics of fire
Frequent causes of fire in the home and ways they can be prevented
The role of human behavior in the arson problem
Seasonal and holidays fires and how to prevent them
Home safety survey, including fire-escape plan, home fire-drills, smoke alarm maintenance, and fire extinguishers
Safety precautions in public buildings
Safe lighting techniques
Combustible versus noncombustible liquids and fabrics
The safe way to fuel a lawnmower
Proper ventilation and fueling for auxiliary heating devices
Outdoor and wildland fires and how to prevent them
Proper set-up and control of camping-related fires
And, yes, in addition to all those skill and training opportunities, there will be fire trucks, along with the men and women who are our community fire safety experts, helping to save lives and property.

Boy Scouts can earn the Merit Badge. The cost is $25 per participant, which covers all activities, the event patch, and the campfire.

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