Fire Prevention

The Fort Osage Fire Protection District provides fire prevention/education to the residents of the 110 sq. mile area we serve. This area includes the Fort Osage School District with 4 elementary schools, a middle, junior and senior high school complexes.

Education is provided by personnel visiting the schools and civic organizations with presentations ranging from basic fire safety and prevention to CPR classes. We also provide station tours and participate annually in Fire Prevention week and Change Your Clock, Change Your Battery campaigns.

Kitchen Safety and Fire Extinguisher Classes:
This course is taught to eighth grade students in the junior high home economics class. The course is a two day seminar that emphasizes kitchen safety and also instructs students on how to extinguish pan and oven fires. The course is completed with all students extinguishing a fire in a pan. Although the course is taught primarily to the eighth grade students, it can be adapted to your group as well..

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    We also provide the following programs on an ongoing basis:

File of Life:
This program is aimed at the elderly by having valuable patient information available for EMS responders. The residents are issued a patient card and refrigerator magnet to make it readily available.
Pluggie and Sparky:
Invite Pluggie and Sparky to your event today.
Smoke Detector Installation:
Through grants the district receives smoke detectors. Smoke detectors are an essential element for basic home fire prevention. Contact us immediately if you need a smoke detector installed.

For any of the above services, please contact Assistant Chief Daugherty

(816) 650-5811 or
Free Heartsaver CPR:
The 2017 Heartsaver CPR courses will be held quarterly at our Station 1 in Buckner Missouri. The course dates are as follows:
     * Saturday January 28 at 10 am
     * Saturday April 29 at 10 am
     * Saturday July 15 at 10 am
     * Saturday October 14 at 10 am
Call Fire Administration at (816) 650-5811 to sign up.