Are you guilty of having that all-to-common “octopus” looking chain of electrical cords and chargers? When was the last time you changed your smoke detector batteries? Do you sleep with your door closed? Chief Michael Luker of the West Caldwell Fire Department joins the show to share some important fire safety tips that will benefit your whole family and get the kiddos involved as well!
In this episode, you will learn about some super simple ways that you can avoid fire hazards around your home. Chief Luker points out areas where fires commonly start and he explains some key things you can do to prevent fires and ensure that your children are helping too. You will also get some important tips on what to do if there is a fire in your home so that you and the family can get out as safely as possible.
Don’t miss the end of the show where we always share a simple action item or two that you can use to start making use of what you hear on the show!
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- “Fire is not dangerous if you use it in the proper way.”
- “The fire is not what will harm you, it’s more often the smoke that comes before the fire gets to you.”
- When you change the clocks, change the batteries in your smoke detectors.
- Check your cords and charging stations.
- Have a meeting place assigned outside the house in case anything happens inside the house.
- Sleep with the door closed.