Don’t Forget This When Fire Prevention Week Ends

Special offer for blog.Fire Prevention Week” might be drawing to a close, but that doesn’t mean you should stop thinking about how you can make your home or business more fire safe. Here are a couple of ways you can share what you’ve learned this week.

First, let’s start with a recap of what important things the Guardian Blog covered this week. We discussed the prevalence of fire, what “Hear the BEEP Where You Sleep” means, and the basics of smoke detector technology.

Now that you know these things, it’s time to pass the word along! Here are a couple of ways you can easily share what you’ve learned.

  1. Share a blog on social media. You can put our social sharing buttons to use with anything you found particularly interesting. You can even pin our posts on Pinterest so you can go back to them later. If you don’t subscribe to our blog, fill out the form on the left so you can be notified of new posts. We share safety information all year long, not just during Fire Prevention Week.
  2. Talk to your family. If you have kids, make sure you talk to them about what to do if your home is on fire, even if they’ve already talked about it at school. Have a formal plan and practice it regularly. Don’t just assume that your whole family knows/remembers the plan.
  3. Participate in a local event that your local fire station is having. They might need volunteers, donations or even just people to attend and participate. Make sure you support those that help you.
  4. If you want to bring your home’s smoke detectors to the next level, see our deal.

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