Fire Escape Plan


Fires are by nature unpredictable and as time is rarely on your side in the event of a house fire, creating a fire escape plan can save the lives of everyone in your household. A fire escape plan should be easy enough for everyone to remember and act on, and the location of the outside meeting place should be easy to get to from your home but at a safe distance from flying embers. 1. Don’t Jump out of Bed

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Change your Clocks – Change your Batteries


On March 9, daylight savings time begins and it’s time to spring forward and change all your clocks! After you have successfully reset the time on your ovens and in your cars – with some help from the instruction manuals – it’s time to change the batteries in your non-monitored smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. Across the US, over 2,500 people die in house fires each year and with most fires occurring at night time, your smoke detectors are no

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