Since 1922, the second week of October has been designated as Fire Prevention Week (FPW).
As the leaves turn from green to orange, the weather cools, and you start preparing for the cold season ahead. You’re excited for Halloween and can’t wait to start decorating your home.
After the smoke clears and the soot settles in your home, you’re left with some critical questions.
The safest way to enjoy fireworks is to attend public displays conducted by professionals. However, if you want to use fireworks yourself, ensure that you store and handle them with extreme caution.
National Safety Month (NSM), organized every June by the National Safety Council (NSC), is an annual observance that focuses on reducing injuries and death at work, on the road, and at home.
Did you know that half of all home fire deaths occur in bedrooms? That’s also where most electrical fires start too.
Smoking is not only bad for our health, but it also causes thousands of home fires every year.
Did you know that every year, home electrical fires cause approximately 51,000 fires, nearly 500 deaths, more than 1,400 injuries and $1.3 billion in property damage?
As the weather gets warmer, we tend to spend more time in our backyards.
While spring cleaning gives you an opportunity to get your home in order you should also focus on tasks that improve the safety of your home.