We'd Rather Not Visit
No offense, but we'd rather not visit your house some evening--or some day for that matter. And there's a lot you can do to ensure that doesn't ever happen. By following safe practices and common sense you'll protect yourself and your loved ones from harm. 90% of fire protection is fire prevention.
We've put together some easy-to-follow tips to help keep your home or workplace safe. There's also a special fun page for kids. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us.
We're available for home-safety surveys--just arrange a convenient time and we'll send one of our professionally-trained staff to your house to answer questions, review safe practices, and identify any potential hazards in your home.
That's the kind of visit we're happy to make.
General Emergency Planning
While you can greatly reduce the risk of fire in your home or workplace, you should still be prepared for what to do if one happens. In fact, it's important to take some time now to prepare for other potential disasters such as floods or winter storms--it may mean the difference between life and death.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the American Red Cross a "Family Disaster Plan." You can view the list here on FEMA's website or download the a copy of the brochure from the FEMA website:
download Family Disaster Plan from the FEMA site (300K PDF*)
A comprehensive guide to preparedness called "Are You Ready" is published by FEMA. You can download a copy from the FEMA website:
download Are You Ready from the FEMA site (3.1MB PDF*)
*note--PDF files open in the free Adobe Reader software