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More than 150 people in the U.S. die every year from accidental non fire-related carbon monoxide poisoning.
Having working smoke alarms is key for all, especially older adults most at risk.
Learn the best ways to prevent scald burns.
Tips to remain safe during a winter storm or blizzard.
Warns of higher fire risk in frigid temperatures.
Simple steps you can take today to prevent falls for older adults.
The gift of safety lasts beyond the holiday season!
How to make sure your Christmas tree doesn’t become a fire hazard.
Michael McLeieer of E.S.C.A.P.E. Fire Safety has some special holiday fire prevention and safety tips.
Older adults should have and practice a plan and know two ways out in case of fire.
Smoke alarms are missing in half of all manufactured home fires.
The Grand Rapids Griffins celebrate education at the 14th annual Matinee Game.
E.S.C.A.P.E. Fire Safety urges you to watch what you heat when cooking or frying.
The Standard Time change on November 2 is a great opportunity to maintain the smoke alarm.
E.S.C.A.P.E. Fire Safety has tips for fire safety month.