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Attending school at home? Follow these electrical safety tips to keep you, your family, and your home safe from electrical hazards. Avoid overloading outlets. Unplug...
Safety is Smart. Prevention is Power Each year, electrical malfunctions account for 35,000 home fires causing over 1,130 injuries, 500 deaths, and $1.4 billion in...
Not enough cord for your lamp or radio to reach the nearest outlet? Just plowing through the junk drawer for an extension cord? This may...
The codes and standards established by the National Fire Protection Association are the underlying systems that keep our homes and communities safe. The National Electrical...
Fire Prevention Look. Listen. Learn. Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere. The National Fire Protection Association states that 4 out of 5 U.S. fire deaths...
Download Instructions This slide presentation was designed for educators from Community Action Agencies to present basic home fire safety information to older adults who live...
Electrical Safety You can prevent electrical accidents in your home Follow this advice: Have your home inspected by a licensed electrician every 10 years; sooner...
Home Heating Fire Prevention Tips. Heating equipment caused an estimated 50,500 home fires and 500 deaths between 2013 and 2017 according to the National Fire Protection Association....
Cooking is the leading cause of home fires and fire injuries. Ranges or cooktops cause 62% of home fires according to the National Fire Protection...
According to the National Fire Protection Association, an average of 1,450 fire deaths occur every year in homes with missing or non-functioning smoke alarms. 2/3...
More than 350,000 fires occur each year and often within the homes of seniors. Some of the leading causes include cooking, portable heaters, and faulty...
Smoke Alarms and Carbon Monoxide Detectors save lives, but many people live in homes without them. Hundreds of people, especially seniors, die from unintentional exposure...