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Kitchen Fire Safety for Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a day for celebrating with loved ones and giving thanks for the the things we have to be grateful for. And for many Americans, a home-cooked Thanksgiving feast is an essential part of the celebration.  31 more words

Home Safety

Have you tried deep frying the turkey?

It’s Thanksgiving time, and what better way to celebrate than with a big turkey? People choose many ways to cook their turkeys. A less traditional but very delicious technique is deep frying the turkey. 152 more words

Michigan

Fire Department's Campaign Aimed at Holiday Decoration Safety

JOHNSTON, Iowa — The Johnston Fire Department is launching a campaign called Keep the Wreath Red.

There’s a wreath hanging outside the fire station and it is covered in red lights. 145 more words

News

Let's TEACH Children How Not to Die in Fires

Too many children are still dying from fires in their homes! Recently, two children, ages 9 and 3, sought refuge from a fire in their living room–caused by another sibling playing with a lighter–by going to their bedroom rather than getting out of their mobile home. 351 more words

Educator Resources

The Importance of Fire Extinguisher Training for Employees

Guest Post – Total Fire Services

Having fire extinguishers in a building will not improve its fire safety unless occupants are sufficiently trained to use them.  714 more words

Thanksgiving Day Fires

Cooking is the leading cause of home fires on Thanksgiving Day, in fact, cooking fires nearly double on Thanksgiving Day, occurring more than twice as often than on another day. 240 more words

Fire Safety

How to Stay Safe While Staying Warm

Let’s face it—winter can get pretty chilly in Alberta. We all have a number of ways to beat the cold, but are they always safe? While you’re staying warm, here are a few fire safety and prevention tips to get you through the season. 484 more words

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