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  • October Is Fire Prevention Month
    October Is Fire Prevention Month In the United States, the first National Fire Prevention Day proclamation was issued by President Woodrow Wilson in 1920. When President Calvin Coolidge proclaimed the first National Fire Prevention Week from October 4th–10th, 1925, he noted that in the previous year some ... Continue Reading
  • What Are The Different Classes of Fire Extinguishers
    What Are The Different Classes of Fire Extinguishers Classes of Fire Extinguishers To safely put out a fire and minimize fire damage , it's important to understand that there are different types of fire extinguishers designed to effectively douse different types of fires. There are five different classes of fires, each ... Continue Reading
  • Tips to Reduce Your Risk of an Office Kitchen Fire
    Tips to Reduce Your Risk of an Office Kitchen Fire According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), 29 percent of office fires are caused by cooking equipment. If a fire does break out, you may experience extensive, costly damage to your office and put the safety of your staff members at risk. To help keep ... Continue Reading
  • How To Put Out a Fire
    How To Put Out a Fire While there are several ways a fire can start, there’s one thing you need to do if a fire occurs – act quickly. A fire can go from a spark to engulfing flames in no time, so every second counts . Educating yourself now on different types of fires and how to put them out ... Continue Reading
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