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  1. Keep Your Valuables Safe from Floods and Fires
    Categories: Disaster, Survival, and Preparedness

    Keep Your Valuables Safe from Floods and Fires

    Springtime - floods can occur suddenly and devastatingly. There are many things you can (and should) do to prepare for this eventuality. Below, we will help you learn how to document, insure and protect your property in the event of an unexpected flood or fire. Also, consider these helpful articles: Planning for Emergencies,  Spring Storms are coming & Don’t forget to prepare your car...
  2. Fires & Wildfire
    Categories: Fire Safety & Evacuation

    Fires & Wildfire

    Evacuation & Fire Safety EquipmentEmergency Evacuation & Fire Supplies: FIRE! Nobody wants to hear this, but if you do; Are You Ready? Everyone knows you need Fire Extinguishers and Smoke/CO2 Alarms, but what about Fire Resistant Document Bags, Escape ladders for exiting a burning building during a fire or other catastrophe, fire blankets, burn kits and supplies, or even Fire...
  3. Wildfire
    Categories: Fire Safety & Evacuation

    Wildfire

    Are you ready for Wildfire? Wildfires kill 30 people, destroy 2,800 homes and burn more than seven million acres on average, per year. Be prepared, aware and act early if a wildfire comes your way. Drier conditions can fuel wildfires. Be Ready, Be Firewise. ?  Fire ?  Campfire Safety ?  Fire Safety & Extinguishers ?  The Fire Triangle ?  Types...
  4. Fireworks Safety
    Categories: Burn Care First Aid

    Fireworks Safety

    The Independence Day holiday coming up fast - and with it the wonder, awe, and hazards of fireworks.  Leave all fireworks activity to the professionals. Do not use consumer fireworks. Each July 4th, thousands of people, most often children and teens, are injured while using consumer fireworks. Even sparklers are dangerously hot and burn hands! These seemingly harmless fireworks reach temperatures...
  5. Fire
    Categories: Fire Safety & Evacuation

    Fire

    In most cases, a fire should be your signal to quickly evacuate the building via the quickest and safest route.  If, however, a fire can be easily extinguished, it can significantly reduce the risk of injury and property damage. Types of Fire Extinguishers Fire Safety & Extinguishers The Fire Triangle   Be aware of fire extinguisher locations, and know how...

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