In case of fire, a closed door can isolate the fire’s flow, reduce room temperatures and keep carbon monoxide levels down.
Close Before You Doze aims to make closing doors at night part of people’s bedtime routine. As a safety influencer, you can help share the benefits of this message as a potentially life-saving measure against fast-moving home fires.
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NFPA's Dan Doofus reminds you to have enough smoke alarms in your home, test them monthly, and replace them every 10 years.
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Heating equipment is the second leading cause of U.S. home fires and home fire deaths. Fortunately, the vast majority of home heating fires can be prevented by following some simple steps and guidelines.
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Did you know that if a fire starts in your home you may have as little as two minutes to escape? During a fire, early warning from a working smoke alarm plus a fire escape plan that has been practiced regularly can save lives. Learn what else to do to keep your loved ones safe!
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Smell gas, act fast. Gas leaks can result in fires and explosions. It's important that you and your family know how to recognize a gas leak and what to do if you suspect a leak.
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Electricity helps make our lives easier but there are times when we can take its power and its potential for fire-related hazards for granted.
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