The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) does this every year. There are a lot of hazards around the home, school, or business that are easily remedied, and are usually just caused by inattention and letting unsafe conditions build up. The holidays are also a time for lots of fires due to all the lights, overloaded circuits, multicolored hair spray, decorations, et cetera. Please have a look at their useful info at http://www.nfpa.org/categoryList.asp?categoryID=2017&URL=Safety%20Information/Fire%20Prevention%20Week%202010. And for the kiddies, they can check out Sparky’s site at http://www.sparky.org/#/Sparky. He’s been the official mascot since 1951, and, like Smokey the bear, was inspired by a real critter that survived a fire. When writing and practicing your emergency plans, never forget your furry friends.
And remember, as a button I once saw said, “Safety is No Accident!”