Smoke Alarms

Did you know that most home fire deaths happen when people are asleep between 11 p.m. and 7 a.m.? Don’t let this happen to you. Keep your family safe by installing smoke alarms and testing them monthly to make sure they work.

Electrical Fires

Electrical malfunction is the leading cause of home fires year after year. Here is everything you need to know about protecting your home and your family!

Carbon Monoxide Safety

150+ people die on average each year from consumer product-related carbon monoxide. Knowledge and awareness are the keys to protecting your family.

Every Second Counts – Plan 2 Ways Out

In a fire, seconds count. Seconds can mean the difference between residents of our community escaping safely from a fire or having their lives end in tragedy.

Cooking Fire Safety

Cooking is one of the main causes of home fires and the main cause of fire injuries. You can prevent cooking fires!

Fire Safety for College Students

Each year, on-and-off campus college and university students experience hundreds of fire-related emergencies nationwide. Here is everything you need to know about campus fire safety!

Burn Prevention

Burns are easily preventable. Here is how!

Smoking Safety

Cigarette smoking causes many fires that are easily preventable. This page outlines how this can be prevented.

Recovering from a Home Fire

After a home fire one may not know where to start, but with these tips from FEMA the process can be simplified.

Candle Safety

Candles are one of the leading causes for home fires, but this could be easily prevented with caution.