• Safety Education Overview

  • General Tips...

    • Keep your house number visible from the street
    • Make sure if your have a fire hydrant on your property, make sure theirs room about 3 feet in diameter around the fire hydrant
    • Buckle Up! It's the Law
    • Make sure you follow up on check your fire, smoke, and CO2 detectors every six (6) months
    • Be Sober or get Pulled Over
    • Don't TEXT and DRIVE
  • Learn more about Smoke detectors to ensure your safety inside your home.

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  • Make sure your BBQ isn't inside, near anything that might or may caught on fire. Learn more about BBQ safety before and after using on.

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  • Like most people this summer. When the tempter rises, you’ll grab the kids, load the car and head out for the beach. Just don’t forget to keep the safety of yourself and your loved ones in mind. Learn some more info on beach safety.

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  • General Idea and tips to make sure that your child(s) understand summer safety and what to do in case of an emergency.

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  • We always know how important it is in taking care of your child or a loved. Some safety measures and tips that might give you a hand.

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  • Simple and easy takes to move spring forward and keep your house fire safety at the same time. Here are easy tips and strategies to keep a tasks.

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  • Important to know what your kids look up on the computer and any other device.

    Monitor them.
    Educate them.
    Keep them Safe.

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  • To avoid the potential risks associated with household hazardous wastes, it is important that people always monitor the use, storage, etc.

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