Canadian versions of NFPA’s public education resources and materials include metric measurements, Canadian spellings, Canadian data, and French Canadian translations (when available). Resources will be added as they become available.
Please check back as we will continue to add to this page. If you would like Canadian versions of particular resources, please contact NFPA public education representative Laura King.
Keeping Your Community Safe with Carbon Monoxide Alarms tool kit
Carbon monoxide (CO) is called the invisible killer because you cannot see it or smell it. This poisonous gas is created when fossil fuels, such as kerosene, gasoline, coal, natural gas, propane, methane or wood, do not burn completely. The only way to detect CO is with a working CO alarm. Use the following resources from NFPA and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission to conduct a CO alarm awareness campaign in your community.
Remembering When contains everything you need to conduct a comprehensive fire and fall prevention program for older adults in your community.
Safety tip sheets
NFPA has Canadianized versions of the following safety tip sheets.
You can also see the full listing of NFPA's safety tip sheets, many of which are suitable for Canadian audiences.
The Educational Messages Desk Reference details the messages used in NFPA educational programs, curricula, and handouts, and provides educators with consistent language to use with the public. Get this free document.