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DPS & Philly FD Team up For Fire Safety and EPrep Month

Posted On September 22, 2011

Public Safety and the Philadelphia Fire Department held the annual Fire Safety and Emergency Preparedness Day as a part of the national campaign for campus fire safety and emergency preparedness.

From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m, personnel from the PFD, along with Penn’s Fire and Emergency Services, were at intersections across campus distributing safety literature and answering safety questions.

In addition, the PFD’s Fire Safety Trailer, used to promote home fire safety awareness, was on College Green for tours by students, faculty, staff and visitors.