Most residential fire deaths occur because of inhalation of toxic gas, rather than contact with flames. The tragedy is that many of these deaths could be prevented by taking a few precautions.
Lean how your family can prevent home fires, escape from your home in fastest possible way in the event of a fire and provide your home with helpful fire safety products.
General Fire Prevention Tips
How To Prevent A Fire
* Do not plug too many appliances into an electrical outlet.
* Make sure that combustibles are not too close to stoves.
* Never smoke in bed or soft furniture.
* Do not use damaged or frayed electrical cords or extension cords.
* Keep matches and lighters out of the reach of children.
* Teach your children about the dangers of playing with fire.
* Never use extension cords with heating or air conditioning equipment.
* Purchase smoke alarms and fire extinguishers for each floor of your home.