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Electrical Safety in the Home… Don’t get f...

U.S. fire departments responded to an estimated average of 51,800 reported home structure fires involving electrical failure or malfunction in 2007. These fires resulted in 451 civilian deaths, 1,641 civilian injuries and $1.2 billion in direct property damage.    Facts & Figures Forty-one percent of home electrical failure fires involved electrical distribution or lighting equipment in 2003-2007.  In 2003-2007, 53% of electrical failure home fires involved …

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Is your Clothes Dryer a fire hazard?

Dryers & washing machines Dryers and washing machines were involved in one out of every 23 home structure fires reported to U.S. fire departments in 2003-2006. Facts and figures In 2006, an estimated 17,700 reported U.S. non-confined or confined home structure fires involving clothes dryers or washing machines resulted in 15 civilian deaths, 360 civilian injuries and $194 million in direct property damage. Clothes dryers …

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Protect you children with Internet Safety

The Community Education Service (CES) in Carstairs is pleased to present the following session taking place September 14th, 2011: Internet Safety and Awareness: Protecting Kids from Cyberbullying, Stalking and Luring This presentation will provide an overview and routine on the main risks over the internet, as well as provide preventative ideas to reduce vulnerabilities.  Click this link for our September newsletter To register go …

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10 Things you must know about home security

A Crime of Opportunity Break-ins are a crime of opportunity, where entry is gained due to carelessness of homeowners. Follow these ten essentials and you will all but eliminate the chance of unlawful entry. 1. Lock all your doors 24/7* Most unlawful entry is through doorways. And about 50% of those are through doors left unlocked. An unlocked lock is not a lock! 51% …

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Is White the new Green? Bye-bye Formaldehyde

In 2002, the Johns Manville company converted its entire line of building insulation to formulations that do not contain added formaldehyde. Prior to 2002, there had been limited use of acrylic binders to replace formaldehyde by Johns Manville and its competitors, and JM’s conversion was the first full-scale application of the technology. In 2005, Gold Seal Homes introduced this insulation into it’s building practices …

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Change your clocks, check your detectors

Today’s post is short and sweet, but the message is imperative.  When you change your clocks this weekend, take a few extra minutes to check the operation of your smoke detectors.  A few extra minutes could save your life.  It has been my experience that smoke detectors do save lives, but only when they work. Battery operated detectors should be checked at least twice …

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