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What to Teach Your Kids About Fire Safety

Kids are naturally curious about fire, so parents need to walk a fine line between satisfying their curiosity while instilling good fire safety practices. Use their curious nature to start a conversation about fire safety, and be sure to cover the following points. Matches and Lighters Are Never Toys Unfortunately, a child’s natural curiosity can […]

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Fire Extinguisher Basics

If used correctly, fire extinguishers and other fire safety systems can save lives. They’re employed for the immediate suppression of small fires in residential and commercial areas. It is imperative that your fire extinguisher is positioned near an exit—readily available to suppress small fires before fire-fighters arrive on scene. But, before you squeeze the trigger […]

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Fire Safety for Renters

A 2014 survey, conducted by the American Red Cross, demonstrated that only less than 1 in 5 families (18%) with dependent minors have actually practiced home fire drills. This is a staggeringly low percentage, reflective a willingness to disregard and undermine the dangers associated with fire. For renters, though, there is additional risk in assuming […]

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Home Fire Safety Solutions in “Smart” Houses

Though many of us dream of building a home from the ground up — ensuring that each brick and application meets our standards for supreme security — the truth is that most of us won’t have that luxury. Instead, we need to make use of the devices available to us for tackling problems, and implementing […]

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Fire Safety at College

With all of the preparations for college life, many parents and students forget about fire safety. However, firefighters respond to more than 3,000 fires in college residences a year. Fire safety is important for all students, whether they are living in dorms or in off-campus apartments. Many colleges have regulations about sprinklers and items in […]

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