Safety Tips

Medical Transportation Services

    Disclaimer: These services are listed for informational purposes only. The Lookingglass Rural Fire District does not endorse or recommend these services. You will need to decide for yourself if they are appropriate for your needs.
  • FireMed— Emergency ambulance service for $65.00 per household per year.
    “As a FIREMED member, you and your household receive the following: emergency treatment and transportation, paramedic rescue, and travel coverage within our coverage area.”
  • Life Flight Network— medically necessary emergency flights for $60.00 per household per year.
    “Life Flight Network is a medical transport service provided by a consortium of Oregon Health & Science University, Legacy Emanuel Medical Center, Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center, and Providence Health & Services. All are dedicated to improving patient outcomes by providing helicopter, fixed-wing, and ground ambulance support to seriously ill or injured patients in a safe and timely manner. We bring the ICU to you.”

Douglas County

    Douglas County Sherrif's Office:
  • Local Emergency Preparedness
  • Old and unused medications may be disposed at the Sheriff's Office:
    • 6 am to midnight
    • 1036 SE Douglas Ave.
    • Roseburg, OR 97470
    • 541-440-4463

Oregon

National

    National Fire Safety Programs
  • National Fire Protection Association (NFPA):
  • Fire Adapted Communities
  • Firewise Communities
  • Smokey Bear
    “The Cooperative Forest Fire Prevention (CFFP) Program, commonly known as the Smokey Bear Program, was created to maintain public awareness of the need to prevent human-caused wildfires. It is managed by the US Forest Service in cooperation with the Advertising Council, Inc. (Ad Council) and the National Association of State Foresters (NASF).”
  • Sparky the Fire Dog

Other

    Home Safety Tips Disclaimer: The following links and their content are listed for informational purposes only. The Lookingglass Rural Fire District does not endorse or recommend the organizations or companies providing the information. You will need to decide for yourself if they are appropriate for your needs.
  • Consumer Product Safety Commission
  • National Safety Council
  • ProtectAmerica: Pool Safety Interactive Graphic
  • Red Cross Home Fire Campaign
    “The Red Cross Home Fire Campaign is a national outreach effort launched in 2014 to install free, lifesaving smoke alarms in homes that need them throughout the United States. The Home Fire Campaign is in partnership with the Office of the State Fire Marshal in Oregon and the Vancouver Fire Corps in Southwest Washington.”
    “The Red Cross installs a limited number of specialized bedside alarms for individuals who are deaf or hard-of-hearing.”
  • Fire Safety & Disabilities Guide
    “[included] is a resource guide created specifically for people with disabilities, with recommendations on how to prevent, prepare and recover from a fire. Always remember your local firefighters are good resources for information...”
  • Fire Safety for Elders with Special Health Needs