It’s Halloween tomorrow and you’ve prepared costumes, decorations and special treats. But have you considered the accidents that can occur on Halloween?
During this last week of October (25-31), the U.S.
After making a great Jack-o’-lantern for Halloween, many of us are disappointed when we see mold spots on it the next day.
According to the Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI), home electrical fires account for an average 51,000 fires, 500 deaths, 1,400 injuries and $1.3 billion in property damage each year.
In the aftermath of a home fire, it’s very important to know what to do and what to avoid doing. First, make sure it’s safe to enter the home.
Fire Prevention Week was established in 1922 to commemorate the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, which killed more than 250 people and left 100,000 homeless.
Now that Hurricane Joaquin is threatening the east coast of the United States, it is important to keep in mind that the best way to combat is storm preparedness.