As you age, your risk of death from fire increases significantly. Adults 65 and over are 2.5 times more likely to die in fires.
Children can easily choke on food and everyday objects. Learn simple tips to keep children safe.
Flea-borne typhus occurs in the summer and fall months in the LA area and this year there have been more cases than usual.
Children love the costumes, treats and friendly frights of Halloween. Ensure kids have a fun and safe holiday by following these recommended tips.
Are carbon monoxide (CO) alarms installed and maintained in your home?
This year’s Fire Prevention Week campaign is “Look. Listen. Learn. Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere.”
Flu is a potentially serious, contagious disease that can lead to hospitalization and even death. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends a three-step approach to fight flu.
Motor vehicle crashes are a leading cause of death for children in the United States. Car seats can make all the difference.
Fire extinguishers are helpful for immediate use on small fires.
The American Heart Association and LA County Emergency Medical Services Agency awarded the Paramedic Program of the Burbank Fire Department (BFD) the gold standard recognition of “Mission: Lifeline-Emergency Medical Services.”
The Burbank Fire Department wants the community to know that home fire sprinklers save lives and property. In a fire, sprinklers quickly control heat and smoke.
Do you have items that are too toxic to trash? The Household Hazardous Waste and E-Waste Roundup will occur on Saturday, September 8, 2018 from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm at the Burbank Fire Department Training Center (1845 Ontario Street, Burbank, CA 91504).