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Halloween Safety Tips for Homeowners

By: Julie Rock-Chatellier

Halloween is a festive day that kids enjoy, because they get dressed up and get treats. However, for a homeowner — it could be an insurance claim waiting to happen.   804 more words

Homeowners

House fires and domestic appliances – how safe are you?

So at 6am this morning I went downstairs to get my son his usual bowl of coco pops for breakfast, opened the kitchen door, and was met by a huge cloud of what first seemed like smoke, and heat. 331 more words

So Where is the Government Going With Fire?

A better question to ask might be which Government Department will have the most impact on the future of fire?  The answer should be simple as the Department for Communities and Local Government has the remit for the English Fire and Rescue Services with the other devolved administrations looking after their own Fire and Rescue Services. 309 more words

Fire Safety

Never Heard of an AFCI? It May Save Your Home Someday!

“I want the new picture right there, dear.” With those explicit instructions you begin hanging a large picture and frame above the sofa. Because of its size and weight, you use a large nail, find the stud, and begin to pound. 370 more words

Smoke Alarm Safety Tips

 General Tips

  • Install smoke alarms inside and outside each bedroom and sleeping area. Install alarms on every level of the home. Install alarms in the basement.
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Slawsby Insurance

A One-on-One Interview with NFPA's New President Jim Pauley Pt. 1

When Jim Pauley became president of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) in July 2014, it seemed a natural evolution for a man whose career has been steeped in codes and standards-related activities. 382 more words

Safety & Security Solutions

Fire Safety Month

October is Fire Safety Month and there are many websites that provide printable and online activities for your students. This might be one may of those topics that you just can’t seem to get to throughout the year, but  it is a required subject for us who homeschool here in Ohio. 207 more words

Elementary