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FIRE SAFETY TIPS
When a fire appears at your home; please use these very important safety tips to
ensure that you and your family escape without injury (or worse).
Should be installed in an area of the home near to where you sleep
Lithium-battery alarms last 10 years
Install a smoke alarm on each level of the home
Perform a monthly test by pressing and holding the test button for 4-5 seconds
Change 9-volt batteries every six months. Whenever you change your clock for
daylight savings time, change your battery too!
Leave the house when the ALARM Sounds
FEEL THE DOOR - A "too hot to touch door" means the fire is outside the door
CRAWL if you get caught in smoke
Treat all alarms as a real emergency
Once Out – Stay Out
Don't stop for valuables or to get dressed. IMMEDIATELY EVACUATE !
NEVER go back into a burning house
Go to your pre-designated meeting area
If you live in an apartment or condominium, ALWAYS use the exit stairs.
NEVER a elevator. Close the door as you leave the room
Once out, call for help from the outside
Prepare – Prepare- Prepare
eate a Home Escape Plan
Plan and practice two (2) ways out of each room
Consider your own situation - don't forget about the key for the dead-bolt lock