Designate a clean room to offer a space with fresh air to building occupants.

Even if a fire does not cause closures or evacuations, smoke and smog can often reach unhealthy levels.

Offering occupants a "clean room" with freshly filtered air on-site may help reduce acute and chronic

health problems from being exacerbated by fire byproducts and particulates in the air.

NFPA TRAINING - Assessing Structure Ignition Potential from Wildfire

This interactive NFPA® training, based on scientific research on how homes and other structures ignite during wildfires and NFPA 1144, Standard for Reducing Ignition Hazards from Wildland Fire, covers wildfire behavior, structure exposure, and the concepts of the Home Ignition Zone and Structure Ignition Potential.