When it comes to Fire Safety, it is important to be educated and prepared in case of emergency.
Here are our top ten tips to keep in mind when preparing, or educating yourself, for a possible future emergency ↓
A Working Smoke Detector Saves Lives. and Remember, It's No Good With Dead Batteries! Change Your Clocks, Change Your Batteries!
Fire Won't Wait for You, Plan Your Escape Today.
No Matter What, Once You Escape a Fire, Stay Out!
Stop, Drop, and Rock
Be Careful Cooking. Never Leave a Stove Top Unattended.
Use Electricity Safely.
Space Heaters Need Space.
Matches Are for Adult Use Only.
Cool a Burn.
If It Is an Emergency- Dial 9-1-1 !
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