1. Know your location at all times so first responders can find you. In addition, know the numbers for police and fire services in your local region at all times.
2. Have escape routes planned and ensure everyone in your motor home knows them. In addition, make sure everyone knows how to use safety equipment, where it is located, and that all escape avenues (doors, windows, latches, etc.) are functional.
3. Make sure your RV is equipped with a smoke alarm, carbon monoxide alarm, and fire extinguisher.
4. Install a propane leak alarm (check out the full article for location and installation instructions).
5. Check fuel-burning appliances regularly to make sure they're "properly vented, free of any obstructions such as cobwebs, birds nests, etc., and working well."
Spring & Summer Fire Safety Tips | Ontario Association of Fire Chiefs
Natural disasters can have a devastating effect on you and your home. Use the following safety tips to help protect yourself, your family and your home from the potential threat of fire during or after a summer storm. You can greatly reduce your chances of becoming a fire casualty by being able to identify potential hazards and following the outlined safety tips.