The History of Fire Safety Gear

Posted on September 16, 2014

For as long as buildings have existed, building fires have been an issue. There are records of building fires dating back to the time America was founded. The very first firefighters had a lot of difficulty fighting fires without the use of the technology we have today. They were poorly equipped and, as a result, […]

How to Stay Safe From Carbon Monoxide: In Any Season

Posted on June 24, 2014

Carbon Monoxide is a colorless, odorless gas that is toxic enough to be lethal. It is emitted by products we use everyday, such as cars, grills, and furnaces. While the idea of an undetectable, toxic, and commonly used gas can certainly be unsettling, there are many ways to keep yourself from being exposed to harmful […]

Summer Safety Tips

Posted on June 12, 2014

Now that summer has arrived, it is time to kick back and spend time with friends and family.  Summer is also a time that’s associated with numerous outdoor events. Whether it’s hosting a big cookout or just grilling in your backyard, fire safety is of paramount importance during these summer months. Here are some tips […]

Winter Fire Safety

Posted on December 23, 2013

The winter holiday season should be a wonderful time of year. However fires and related injuries associated with holiday decorating are much more common during this season. Here are a just a few statistics from the U.S Fire Administration website: 905 people die in winter home fires each year. $2,091,000,000 in property loss occurs from […]