You may know to keep kids away from matches, and that smoking in bed isn’t a good idea.
But how many times have you gone to the grocery store while your dryer was running? Fallen asleep while watching Gilmore Girls re-runs and left a candle burning?
The American Red Cross Home Fire Campaign has plenty of tips to prevent and prepare for home fires. As part of your prevention efforts, take a moment to understand and alleviate some home fire risk factors.
HAVE YOU EVER…?
Let’s be honest – we’re all guilty of some of these once in a while.
Luckily, the Red Cross has great tips to help keep you safe and prevent fires. If the unthinkable happens and a fire starts in your home, there are also plenty of tools to help you get prepared.
Most importantly, families can take two simple steps that can save lives: checking or installing smoke alarms and practicing fire drills at home.