It's important during the holiday rush, when our minds are heavy with to-do's, to take a moment and consider the consequences of the safety hazards that the holiday season can bring. Whether you're hosting Thanksgiving dinner or hitting the road to Grandma's house, take a moment to remember these precautions and stay safe this holiday.
A smart way to prevent fire-related tragedies is to prepare your kids. Teach them about the dangers of fire, and what to do in case of an emergency. Start the conversation with these 8 things that everyone should know about fire safety.
Most everyone knows that your household needs a portable fire extinguisher, but do you know when or how to use it? Consider Fire Prevention Week in October a yearly reminder to review the basics of buying and using a home fire extinguisher. It just might save your life.