- National Fire Prevention Association, www.nfpa.org - Information about fire and other hazards, as well as fire related codes and standards, research training and education.
- FireSafety.gov,www.firesafety.gov - Information resource on residential fire safety and prevention provided by the US Federal Government
- US Fire Administration, www.usfa.dhs.gov - Information on how to reduce loss of life and economic losses due to fire and other related emergencies, provided by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
- US Department of Homeland Security, www.dhs.gov - Information about how the US Government protects its citizens against any attacks
- Federal Emergency Management Agency, www.fema.gov - Information about emergency preparedness and the federal government’s response and recovery efforts following any national incident (as per the US Department of Homeland Security)
- Ready.gov, www.ready.gov – Information provided by the US Department of Homeland Security on how to prepare yourself and your family for any emergency situations (could be natural or man-made)
- Disaster Help, www.disasterhelp.gov - Information relating to disaster preparedness and response by the US government. Also information on how citizens can apply for disaster assistance.
For Younger Children
- National Fire Prevention Association, www.nfpa.org - Fire safety information for children
- Smokey the Bear, www.smokeybear.com - Smokey the Bear and other characters in a flash-based website featuring fire safety information for children
- Federal Emergency Management Agency, www.ready.gov/kids/ - Information on teaching children how to be prepared for disasters and to prevent disaster damage
- US Fire Administration, www.usfaparents.gov - Fire safety information for parents of infants and toddlers
- Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia, www.chop.edu/safetyproducts - Resources for families on how to purchase safety products for their children
- Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia, www.chop.edu - Fire safety information for parents
For Adults Over 50 Years of Age
- US Fire Administration, www.usfa.dhs.gov - Fire safety tips for adults over the age of 50
- US Fire Administration, www.usfa.dhs.gov - Information on how to reduce and prevent the loss of life and property in dormitory and university housing fires
- Occupational Safety and Health Administration, www.osha.gov - Information on the prevention of fire-related injuries in all workplaces.
- Occupational Safety and Health Administration, www.osha.gov - Information on helping small, low-hazard, or retail businesses implement an emergency action plan, and comply with OSHA'a emergency standards