Here are some of the best firefighter slogans, mottos, and sayings ever used. These catchy firefighter slogans and mottos will help to encourage you to come up with your own slogan ideas.
A fire today – no job tomorrow.
A good firefighter knows how, an educated firefighter knows why.
A little fire is quickly trodden out, which being suffered, rivers cannot quench.
A mind is a terrible thing to baste.
Accident brings tears, fire safety brings cheers.
All men are created equal, then a few become firemen.
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure
Any firefighter should know how, a good firefighter knows why.
Backdraft has the right-of-way.
Be alert avert fire.
Be fast or be last.
Being a firefighter is as close as you get to being a modern day soldier in your home country.
Bravery is being the only one who knows you’re afraid.
But aloud the praises, and give the victor-crown. To our noble hearted Firemen, who fear not danger’s frown.
By his grace we serve.
Calming Fears, Easing Minds, Saving Lives.
Carelessness is the biggest cause of fire.
Cooking food’s hot, so don’t touch the pot!
Crawl down low, when it’s time to go!
Cutting Them Out Without Doubt.
Danger is the Spice of Life
Dedicated Service Through Teamwork.
Delaware’s firefighters put their lives in jeopardy every day in an effort to keep families safe.
Do your part, don’t let fires start.
Don’t Burn, Baby, Burn!
Duty is our pride.
Duty without fire safety… brings fatality.
Duty. Honor. Community.
Electrical safety leads to fire safety.
Ensure fire safety, save life save property.
Fire catches, so don’t play with matches.
Fire defense is a self defense.
Fire destruction is one man’s job, fire prevention is every body’s job.
Fire fighting is one of the most essential services of an organized society.
Fire is a good servant but a bad master.
Fire loss is a national loss.
Fire makes me HOT.
Fire Prevention is our Intention.
Fire Prevention, making it a Priority.
Fire safety goes Danger grows.
Fire safety on, accidents gone.
Fire safety: Everyday job
Fire the Friend, Fire the Foe.
Firefighter appreciation isn’t just a once a year affair because firefighters are there for each of us everyday.
Firefighter is one of the few jobs kind enough to warn me away by containing two words I’m not interested in, unlike the deceptive bookkeeper.
Firefighter required to perform all the necessary task in order to control an emergency situation.
Firefighters – Because even cops need heroes
Firefighters are hot stuff!
Firefighters are indispensable foot soldiers here at home.
Firefighters are some of the most selfless public servants you will ever encounter.
Firefighters Because even cops need heroes.
Firefighters don’t go on strike.
Firefighters go where they’re needed, sometimes ignoring the dangers even when no one is inside a burning building to be saved.
Firefighters save hearts and homes.
Fireman never know what they will encounter on each call but proceed with the same level of commitment and service.
Firemen never die, they just burn forever in the hearts of the people whose lives they saved.
Firemen: your worst day is our everyday.
Fires all go out eventually.
Fires that are small, soon will be tall!
Focus on Fire Prevention
For safety is not a gadget but a state of mind.
Fortune favors the brave.
Gather your clan, make a fire plan.
Get out quick, before the smoke gets thick!
Give us a call if you’re having a hot time.
Got crazy with the lighter? Call a firefighter.
Have cognition before ignition.
Have your chimney inspected by a professional before each heating season.
Have your furnace checked every year by a professional.
Hey just in case, have a meeting place.
Honoring the past protecting the future.
Hot, Sweaty, and Always Ready.
I have no ambition in this world but one, and that is to be a fireman.
If Your Tails a Burnin’ Our Wheels Are Turnin.
In fire you can plan everything out to the minute, and a minute before that everything changes.
It only takes one mistake to bring us all down; don’t let it be yours!
Keep Calm & Gear Up
Kicking flash, taking names.
Kill Fire before it kills you.
Know fire safety, no pain, no fire safety, know pain.
Know the roots of fire safety- enjoy the fruits of duty.
Know your escape plan
Learn not to burn.
Less fire safety, more risk More fire safety, no risk.
Let no man’s ghost return to say his training let him down.
Light em’…We fight em.
Light up your Christmas tree, not your home; use approved decorations and lights.
Match have heads, but without brain, when use their heads use your brain.
Never fight fire from ego.
Never hide, stay outside!
Never trust fire.
No Flame Too High.
No Hydrants, No Problem.
No matches, candles, or open flames
No safety knows fire, know safety no fire.
Old firefighters never die, they just stop arson around.
Once you have a firefighter in your family, your family and the families from his crew become one big extended family.
Only You can prevent forest fires!
Our firefighters are our last line of defense, baby.
Paid or Volunteer-We all bleed the same.
People are always asking me how is it that firefighters run into a burning building when everyone else is running out. Courage is the answer.
Practice Fire Safety. Watch what you heat.
Pride Protecting People.
Ready At the First Sound.
Stop, drop, and roll.
The courage to walk into the flame, the knowledge to come out when the job’s done.
The funny thing about firemen is, night and day, they are always firemen.
The innovative leader has to be an arsonist and a firefighter.
The very worst fire plan is no plan. The next worse is two plans.
Think of fire before it starts.
Uncontrolled fire knows no frontiers.
Under fire – get out, stay out.
Vent, Enter, Search. The lost art of the fire service.
Volunteer firemen do it for free!
We drag our hoses.
We Fight What You Fear.
We Run In When You Are Running Out.
We serve to save.
We’re there when you need us.
What you call a hero, I call just doing my job.
Whatever bums never returns.
When in doubt, there’s two ways out!
Wherever there is fire safety, pins are hefty.
With better gear, firefighters no longer surround and drown a fire they go in.