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Remember: The first step in protection from the dangers of a fire in your home is to ensure you have working smoke alarms throughout the house.
NFPA Safety Tip Sheets
Smoking materials are the #1 cause of fire deaths. Follow these simple smoking safety tips to prevent a smoking-related fire in your home.
The greatest fire risk seniors face is their clothing catching on fire. It could be from an ash or ember of a cigarette, occur while cooking or getting too close to a space heater.
If your clothing does catch on fire, remember to Stop (immediately stop what you are doing), Drop (lower yourself to the ground) and Roll (over and over until the fire is out).
Install a photoelectric smoke alarm above the bed. It wont stop a fire from happening, but it will give you early warning that a fire has started.
Yes! The most common age for children playing with matches and lighters is 3 years old. Keep all lighters locked up out of the reach of children. Please learn about TAPP-C, Arson Prevention Program for Children.
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