Fire Safety Begins With Prevention


  • Carefully inspect the areas of your home that are most prone to fire: the kitchen, electric appliances and wiring, and the heating system. Look for other hot spots throughout the home - such as flammable items near heat sources, frayed or worn cords or poor ventilation sources. 

  • Install and maintain smoke alarms throughout your home. 

  • Keep ABC type fire extinguishers in your kitchen and garage. 

  • Do not run your clothes dryer when you are not home. 

  • Do not leave cooking unattended.

  • Do not overload electrical outlets.


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