Regina Fire and Protective Services is always looking for new ways to reach the community, and help to educate members about Fire Safety.  

Fire Escape Plan and 911-App Videos:

These videos were created in partnership with City of Regina and University of Regina.

Fire Safety Videos:

These videos and handouts were created by Regina Protective and Fire Services, in coordination with community settlement agencies and the Newcomer Gateway (Newcomer Welcome Centre). 

Fire Safety Handouts:


Fire Safety Resources and Apps for Cell Phones: 
Vision 20/20 Community Risk Reduction has an app (developed in the USA) for cell phones or tablets, and simple safety pages available in numerous languages.  

The Home Safety Visits App provides a series of brief videos that can be shown on smartphones and tablet computers when doing home safety visits or to learn more about fire safety in the home. Videos in this series focuses on:

Available in:

You can stream or embed the videos from YouTube or download the app.

Downloading the App
IMPORTANT! If you are downloading the app, the video files are large and can take up a lot of space, so you are given the option to download only the ones you need. We also recommend that you download them when you are connected via wi-fi to avoid data charges. Click here for more detailed information on the apps, how to use them and the fire safety messages in them.

Fire Safety Information
    Click here (the Apple Store), or search the Apple App Store for “Home Safety Visits” or “Safety Visits” for the free download.  The videos can then be played via the App without a WiFi connection. 

The app can also be downloaded from the Google Play Store.

This App was developed under a FEMA Fire Prevention and Safety Grant to the Friendship Veterans Fire Engine Association and Vision 20/20 with additional languages provided by the Lincoln, Nebraska, Fire Department.


Other Fire Safety Resources - Available in Various Languages:

(Developed in the United States, some topics are available in Arabic, English, English African, English Asian, English Latino, Farsi, French African, Haitian-Creole, Hmong, Indonesian, Korean, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Somali, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Vietnamese) 
Some resources have been developed for Canadian Fire services: