Fire And Injury Prevention Jeopardy

Fire and Injury Prevention Jeopardy Session Reference: 1 Topic: Fire and Injury Prevention Jeopardy Time Required: 1 to 2 hours Materials: Chalk Board or White Board Questions as provided Game Board (create on...

  5. Answer: A system to prevent opening an electrical box after it is shut off

      Question: What is lock out, tag out


B. Topic: Emergency Medical Services

  1. Answer: Something which blocks your airway.

      Question: What is a choking hazard?

  2. Answer: Upward thrusts on the abdomen.

      Question: What is the Heimlich maneuver?

  3. Answer: A vehicle with lights and siren for patients

      Question: What is an ambulance?

  4. Answer: A sterile adhesive compress

      Question: What is a band-aid?

  5. Answer: An area in a hospital served by ambulances

      Question: What is the emergency room?


C. Topic: Numbers

  1. Answer: The distance between bars/slats on a crib.

      Question: What is 3 inches?

  2. Answer: The area of safety around a space heater.

      Question: What is 36 inches?

  3. Answer: The temperature of the water heater setting.

      Question: What is 120 degrees?

  4. Answer: The number used to report an emergency.

      Question: What is 9-1-1?

  5. Answer: The number of exits needed for each room.

      Question: What is 2?


D. Topic: Traffic concerns

  1. Answer: A marked area on the street for pedestrians.

      Question: What is a cross walk?

  2. Answer: Do this before stepping into the street.

      Question: What is look both ways.

  3. Answer: “Brain bucket” for cyclists

      Question: What is a bike helmet?

  4. Answer: Safety feature that you buckle up

      Question: What is a seat belt?

  5. Answer: Yellow vehicle for which you must stop

      Question: What is a school bus?


E. Topic: Risk Watch

  1. Answer: A device to secure the trigger.

      Question: What is a gun lock?

  2. Answer: On a medicine or prescription bottle.

      Question: What is a safety cap?

  3. Answer: Add buoyancy to your body and hold your head higher in water

      Question: What is a PFD (personal flotation device)?

  4. Answer: vehicle, burn, choking, poison, falls, firearms, bike & pedestrian and water

      Question: What are the 8 topics taught in the Risk Watch curriculum?

  5. Answer: Lowe’s Home Safety Council, NFPA and Duke University

      Question: Who developed the Risk Watch program?


F. Topic: Detectors

  1. Answer: At least one on every level of the home

      Question: What is a smoke alarm?

  2. Answer: A device that senses smoke and uses a strobe light

      Question: What is a hearing impaired smoke alarm

  3. Answer: A program linked to the time changes

      Question: What is “Change Your Clock, Change Your Battery”

  4. Answer: Frequency for testing smoke alarms

      Question: What is once a month?

  5. Answer: A device recommended for homes with gas or oil heating and fireplaces.

      Question: What is a CO detector?


G. Topic: EIEIO - Begins with a vowel

  1. Answer: Exit Drills in the Home

      Question: What is EDITH?

  2. Answer: Door leading outside

      Question: What is an exit?

  3. Answer: The willful and intentional destruction of property by fire

      Question: What is arson?

  4. Answer: Usually conducted by a fire marshal after an incident

     Question: What is an investigation?

  5. Answer: A drawing showing two ways out of each room

      Question: What is an escape plan?


H. Topic: Around the House

  1. Answer: These are a tool, not a toy.

      Question: What are matches and lighters?

  2. Answer: A brown product wrapped in white paper and ignited

      Question: What is a cigarette?

  3. Answer: A long piece of wood or metal in the stairway

      Question: What is a hand rail?

  4. Answer: A small piece of carpet often causing falls

      Question: What is a scatter rug?

  5. Answer: It is moveable and protects you while sleeping

      Question: What is a closed door?


I. Topic: Miscellaneous

  1. Answer: Once you have exited the residence, go here.

      Question: What is a meeting place?

  2. Answer: Facilities with high occupancy or high loss potential

      Question: What is a target hazard?