Children need a fire safety set-up kit to protect them in the event of an accidental fire.
According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), parents need to have fire safety equipment to protect children from fire.
Children who have access to fire extinguishers or fire extinguisher belts are more likely to survive an accidental, but non-accidental, fire.
But the NFPA also advises parents to keep fire extinguishing devices and other equipment in a safe location away from their children.
“When a child has access to these things, there’s a better chance they’ll be able to contain the fire and prevent any further spread,” said Natalya Turetsky, NFPA’s director of communications and public affairs.
The National Fire Agency (NFAA) recommends that children have at least one fire extinguishment device and a fire extinguish-belt to ensure that children can quickly get out of a burning building.
But the fire safety system in schools is not yet fully developed, with many schools not requiring children to have a fire-resistance system, according to the NFAA.
A recent report by the National Institute of Standards and Technology found that many schools do not require a fire system for fire safety purposes.
The NFPA said it was working with the fire industry to improve the safety systems of schools.
The NFAA said it will be sending a pilot report on fire safety kits to the Department of Education next year.