09 October 2016

Fire Prevention Week

Fire Prevention Week, October 9 to 15

Follow the National Fire Protection Association's recommendations and install (at least one) smoke alarm on every level of your home, in every bedroom, and outside all sleeping areas.

Use Fire Prevention Week as a scheduled time to 1) Test all smoke alarms in your home, 2) Replace any batteries as needed, and 3) Check the Date of Manufacture on the back of any smoke detectors installed in your home.

NOTE: A smoke detector should be replaced 10 years from its Date of Manufacture.

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