Staying Fire Safe in Your RV/Motor Home: Part 2
1. "Get out and stay out!" In the event of a fire, it can be difficult to let go of items that we hold dear. It's important to remember that your safety and your family's safety is most important. Do not try to reenter your home to retrieve objects.
Hamilton Fire Department Cracks Down on Preventative Measures
The city of Hamilton dealt with 11 fire-related deaths in 2016 - this is a record number since the 1980s. As a result, the local fire department is implementing a program aimed at increasing preventative fire safety measures in the city. They will be targeting homes who do not have functional fire alarms. In addition, the department is looking at educational measures: many local fires are the result of behaviours such as smoking in improper and unsafe areas and careless activity in the kitchen.
Child uses fire safety training at Cutchogue East to help save man's life
Jenifer Ponce, then only 7 years old, knew what to do when her downstairs neighbor's apartment caught fire in the middle of the night in January 2015.
Tiny Houses: Safety Considerations
The tiny house movement has taken the world by storm. And it makes sense - a minimal way of living that can be customized to one's own preferences while being economically advantageous. Naturally, with the unique spatial considerations, comes a new set of safety guidelines: