Coffee Break Training: Public Fire Education Planning - A Five-Step Process - Step 4: Implement the Intervention Strategy - Putting the Plan Into Action [open pdf - 362KB]
"Implementing the strategy involves testing the interventions and then putting the plan into action in the community. Sometimes modifications are made to the program as the result of a pilot implementation. In a real sense, the implementation step is where 'the rubber meets the road.' Think about some typical interventions developed for a cooking fire problem. The interventions may include awareness education for the older adults and for those who provide services to the older adults. Other interventions may include modifications of the kitchens of older adults. The implementation plan identifies the steps to take to bring those interventions into the community."
Coffee Break Training - Fire Prevention and Public Education Series No. FM-2014-5
United States Fire Administration: http://www.usfa.fema.gov/