Fire safety can be an intimidating topic – adults are sometimes unsure about how to approach children to talk about it, and for children it is a subject that can sometimes be frightening. That’s why for Fire Prevention Week and throughout October, NFPA and LEGO collaborated to reach thousands children and their families with important fire safety information in a unique way. To assist in getting these important fire-safe conversations and activities started and reinforced, the organizations worked together on printable resources that are heavy on fire safety and also heavy on fun, brick-loads of fun to be exact. Attractive materials featuring LEGO figures encourage kids to “become a fire safety hero” by developing a home fire escape plan and learning key home fire safety tips. NFPA staffer Joe Molis, who also serves as an active firefighter on the Providence Fire Department in Rhode Island, was enlisted to deliver important messages to kids at a community event held at The Boston Fire Museum and by participating in interviews with news outlets across the country. Molis hosted LEGO TV at his fire station and is featured in a video giving a behind-the-scenes tour along with a few fire safety tips.