Now is a good time to check the batteries on your carbon monoxide and fire detectors.
There’s a 50 percent greater chance of someone dying in a house fire without a working smoke alarm.
They’re hoping that by installing smoke detectors, it will save someone’s life.
National Burn Awareness Week, observed the first full week in February, is designed to teach kids personal safety
You can’t see, smell or taste radon gas.
According to FEMA and the U.S. Fire Administration officials more homes go up in flames during the winter months than any other time of the …
One of every three home Christmas tree fires are caused by electrical problems
Six reminders for keeping your pets safe in the cold.
Lots of us started our day by heading out to clear our driveways and sidewalks, but before you do that, there are some things you need to kn…
Before the inevitable, first responders say there are steps drivers can take.
This time of year fire dangers are high
Check the lights for damage before plugging them in.
Only 50% of families are prepared for when disaster strikes, but how do you know if you are ready for anything?
It’s been nearly four years since that tragic day
For people 65 years and older falls are the “number one” cause of accidental death.
The holidays present an increased risk of home fires.
When it comes to keeping our kids safe we should never leave anything to chance.
With more shoppers hitting the stores for the holidays there’s more opportunity for someone to hit your wallet.
The first step is to call 911.
Before you go away preparing your home is crucial.