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How to Make a Fire Escape Plan

According to a National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) survey, only one of every three American households has developed and practiced a home fire escape plan.

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Outdoor Electrical Safety Tips

While you enjoy the fresh air, be sure to exercise caution when using outdoor electrical appliances, equipment and tools.

Smoke Alarms for People with Hearing Impairments

Smoke alarms save lives.

October is National Fire Prevention Month

While this campaign lasts the entire month, most fire departments designate the second week of October as Fire Prevention Week, during which demonstrations and expos are held in different U.

Restoration Response: Fire vs. Water

Fire damage restoration and water damage restoration are two very different types of jobs, so it’s no surprise that they need to be approached by the responding restorers accordingly.

Can Mold Exposure Lead to Parkinson’s-Like Symptoms? Findings Indicate Possibility

We all know that mold exposure isn’t conducive to a healthy indoor environment.

EPA Lead-Safe Rules

In April 2010, the EPA Renovation, Repair, and Painting Rules (RRP) went into effect regarding renovation, repair and restoration in homes and other structures that might contain lead paint.

MRSA Protection For You and Your Loved Ones

MRSA, also known as Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus is a bacterium that has been found in the environment.

The Use of Anti-Microbials

The use of antimicrobials is often confusing and misunderstood by most individuals.

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