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Fire Prevention In The Home
What You Do Can Save Your Life
The National Fire Protection Association reports that in 2003 there were 3925 deaths due to house fires. Furthermore, in the United States, someone dies in a fire every 134 minutes. Sadly, while children under the age of five make up only nine percent of the population, they make up seventeen percent of fire deaths. These statistics are downright frightening, but the good news is that there are ways to prevent this from happening to your family.
1. All houses should have at least one 85 decibel smoke detector on each floor and outside each bedroom door. These detectors should be tested monthly and the batteries should be replaced annually or as soon as they start chirping.
4. Have a fire extinguisher in your home. In fact, have one in the kitchen, one in the garage and one in the workshop. All fire extinguishers should be the ABC grade so that they can extinguish fires on ordinary objects (grade A), flammable liquids (grade B) and electrical fires (grade C).
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You CAN Protect Your Loved Ones In An Emergency-By Being Prepared, Not Scared!
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