SAFETY

PLEASE DO NOT FORGET TO CHANGE YOUR SMOKE DETECTOR BATTRIES

JUST A QUICK NOTE CHANGE THE BATTERIES IN YOUR SMOKE DETECTOR TWICE A YEAR.

A GOOD TIME TO DO THIS MIGHT BE WHEN THE TIME CHANGES IN THE SPRING AND FALL.

 

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TIPS

  1. MAKE IT A HABIT TO UNPLUG ALL COUNTER APPLIANCES WHEN NOT IN USE.
  2. STORE CIGARETTE LIGHTERS AND MATCHES OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN.
  3. PRACTICE HOME FIRE DRILLS.
  4. INSTALL A CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR, THEY SAVE LIVES ALSO.
  5. DON'T USE AN OUTDOOR GAS OR CHARCOAL GRILL INDOORS, DON'T LAUGH IT HAPPENS.

 

WHAT TO DO IN CASE OF A FIRE

  1. GET OUT IMMEDIATELY, YOU SHOULD ALWAYS PLAN TWO WAYS TO EXIT EACH ROOM OF YOUR HOME.
  2. DON'T WORRY ABOUT HOW YOU ARE CLOTHED OF TAKE TIME TO RETRIEVE YOUR VALUABLES.
  3. THE ONLY IMPORTANT THING IS TO SAVE YOUR OWN LIFE.
  4. WHEN LEAVING THE BUILDING STAY ON YOUR HANDS AND KNEES AND CRAWL OUT.
  5. WHEN LEAVING THE BUILDING YELL OR SHOUT T GET THE ATTENTION OF ANY OTHER PEOPLE INSIDE TO LET THEM KNOW THERE IS A FIRE.
  6. IF YOU CAN DO SO IN A SAFE MANNER SET OFF ANY FIRE ALARMS WHILE YOU ARE FLEEING THE BUILDING.
  7. ONCE OUT STAY OUT, DO NOT GO BACK IN FOR ANY REASON UNTIL THE FIRE DEPARTMENT SAYS IT IS SAFE TO DO SO.
  8. MAKE THE CALL TO THE FIRE DEPARTMENT FROM OUTSIDE THE BUILDING LIKE A NEIGHBORS HOUSE.
  9. WHEN TALKING TO THE FIRE DEPARTMENT GIVE THEM AS MUCH INFORMATION AS POSSIBLE ON THE LOCATION OF THE FIRE AS WELL AS ANY SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES, LIKE PEOPLE ARE STILL INSIDE.

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