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We will begin this new series on fire safety with household appliances with the most likely to start a fire (intentional or otherwise); cooking equipment.

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The importance of fire safety cannot be stressed enough, especially to those who have no personal experience with either a close call or tragedy happening to loved-ones. When you have no personal experience, you are less likely to take fire safety seriously.

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High rise evacuation can sometimes take a very long time. In high rise buildings with hundreds of residents, you may not have the luxury of waiting. 

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Wildfire safety should definitely be a concern for the nearly 45 million homes and 72,000 communities at risk of wildfires.

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Safety and peace of mind are the reasons people spend money on either insurance or other things to mitigate disasters or the financial burden afterwards. No one can predict if a phone charger is going to spark a fire, but there are many ways one can prepare for something like that happening.

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Stay safe during your college years and adhere to these 12 campus fire safety tips. When you're receiving your diploma, you'll be glad you listened.

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Can one be prepared for any possible situation? What happens if you run out of options. Here is the worst case scenario.

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More than 2,500 fire deaths occur in the USA every year. Eight out of ten of these fire deaths result from home fires. Are fire sprinklers the answer? Should you install fire sprinklers in your home?

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Firenadoes are real. No, this isn't a joke. Read on to learn what a fire tornado is if it poses you any real threat.

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In only a matter of minutes, an apartment can become a death trap, should a fire break out. Here are some life-saving tips about apartment fire safety.

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