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From public education to fire safety campaigns, you can find an array of information here.

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The Illinois Fire Service can find any and all information available through SFM and perform many tasks mandated by the state online

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SPRINGFIELD – As a biannual initiative to keep Illinois families safe, the Illinois Office of the State Fire Marshal (OSFM) reminds the public to change their smoke alarm batteries as clocks are set forward one hour this Sunday, March 8th, 2015. Daylight savings is the perfect time to ensure your smoke alarms are working properly. Smoke alarm batteries should be changed twice a year in an effort to prevent injuries and deaths in case of a fire emergency.

SPRINGFIELD –The Illinois Office of the State Fire Marshal (OSFM) wants to encourage residents to take a proactive approach to preventing carbon monoxide poisoning this year. Carbon monoxide (CO) causes sickness and can lead to death if not detected. Taking simple preventative measures can help keep families safe.

SPRIGFIELD - As the holidays fast approach, the Illinois Office of the State Fire Marshal (OSFM) reminds the public about the dangers of home fire incidents involving Christmas trees and decorations during the months of December and January. Christmas trees, holiday decorations, overloaded extension cords, and the use of candles are linked to seasonal homes fires during the holiday season.

SPRINGFIELD – Governor Pat Quinn and Illinois State Fire Marshal Larry Matkaitis today announced a $945,845 investment to help 50 fire departments across the state purchase safety equipment, protective clothing, breathing apparatus and other tools for firefighters. These investments are supported by a small percentage of the sales of all fire insurance sold in Illinois. The announcement is part of Governor Quinn’s agenda to ensure the safety of people in every community across Illinois.

CHICAGO – With an early blast of winter hitting Illinois, the Office of the Illinois State Fire Marshal (OSFM) today warned the public not to rely on kitchen ovens for heat and to use caution and common sense when using space heaters.

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Office of the State Fire Marshal
1035 Stevenson Drive
Springfield, IL 62704

Phone: (217) 785-0969   or   Email Us