Life Safety 101

Whether it’s fire, smoke, CO or household safety, being prepared with some good basic safety precautions can help keep you and your family safe.

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Home security systems can detect carbon monoxide, the odorless, colorless “silent killer.”


Early symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning (headaches, nausea, fatigue) are often mistaken for the flu.


3 in 5 home fire deaths occur from fires in homes with no working smoke alarms.


During 2007-2011, roughly 1 out of 320 households reported a home fire per year.


Working smoke alarms cut the risk of dying in reported home fires
by 50%.


Hold a family meeting to create an emergency action plan.


Monitor your children’s social media usage to ensure they are not sharing your home address online.


Make sure your children know to never let a stranger enter the house when they are home alone.


If you have a pool on your property, be sure it’s surrounded by a gate that sounds a notification when opened.


Most personal emergency response systems are effective in swimming pools and showers.


Personal emergency response systems give seniors peace of mind and freedom to live an active lifestyle.


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