If this is your house at
3 a.m. would your family know in time to get out?
Fire is a silent killer. It will not make noise to let you know it is there. Fire is an indiscriminate killer, it does not care if it kills you, your spouse, your children or your pets. In fact according the the National Fire Protection Association:
Fire is the #2 cause of accidental death behind automobile accidents.
Fire is the #1 Killer in the home.
Fire is the #1 Killer of children under the age of 14
Fire is the #1 Killer of senior citizens.
We have all been schooled about fire safety. We all think we are aware of what to do if a fire should strike.
We all have misconceptions about fire safety. Much of what we learned in school years ago has changed. Take our Fire Safety Quiz and see how much you truly know about fire safety! You might be surprised about how what you thought to be true could be dangerous if you have a fire and act on that old knowledge!
It is estimated that only 1 in 30,000 households conduct fire drills each year. Yet, it is in the home where 85% of all recorded fire deaths in America have occurred. Your Home is the Most Dangerous Place you will Ever be.
There is 'No Place Like Home' is exactly why your home is the Most Dangerous Place you will Ever be. The things we see every day become imprinted on our memories and our vision. We overlook that which is ever present.
When was the last time your really looked at your car? I mean really looked at it! Now,that does not mean you don't care about your car; it just means you see it every day and unless there is really a reason to look at it closely you just glance and know it is there and started when you turned the key.
So, not many of us really look at our homes unless something has changed considerably. The things that were there yesterday are most likely there today and will be tomorrow. There is no need to look closely and we have other things to do that are more important.
This allows little things to work their way to being big things. And, it allows small dangers (not that there is any such thing as a small danger) to grow to larger ones. That is why it is important to have a:
You can get one FREE. Just Click Here and download a FREE Home Fire Safety Checklist that was put together by Fire Marshals all across America to help you identify those out in the open hidden dangers that could cause a deadly fire to break out at your home.
There are 60 areas that our Fire Marshals have identified as being potential problem areas in our homes. (Not all apply to every home) If you answer NO to any applicable question, you should look closely at that location or items in your home.
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