How many of you know that September is National Preparedness Month? This year’s theme is “Pledge to Prepare - Awareness to Action.” Fire safety should be an important part of preparedness planning for you and your loved ones as well!
Have you tested your smoke alarms lately? Do you know how often you should check your alarms?
Do you have a home escape plan in case of fire? Does it include knowing two ways out in case of fire? Have you held a fire drill to practice the plan?
Are you aware that once smoke alarms are anywhere from eight to ten years old they should be replaced?
If you did not know even ONE of the above facts or answered NO to one of the others, I would encourage you to take a moment and visit our partners in safety at the US Fire Administration web site to learn more.
What you learn could save your life or that of a loved one!