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Prevention and Safety Tips

Burn Injuries can happen in any season both inside and outside of your home. Forever life changing and extremely painful, burn injuries are best avoided. We’ve made a list of prevention and safety tip guides for you to help you learn to stay safe.

For more information, please click on any of the topics listed in this site. Feel free to contact us for help! More fire safety tips can be found on National Fire Protection Association web page

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Scald Injury Prevention

One of the most common types of burn is a scald. A scald burn occurs when your skin comes into contact with a hot liquid, such as hot water from a bathtub or faucet or cooking oil on the stove.

Children and Fire Safety

Fireworks Safety

The National Safety Council advises everyone to enjoy fireworks at public displays conducted by professionals, and not to use any fireworks at home. They may be legal but they are not safe!

Grill Safety

Gasoline Safety

Gasoline is a liquid, but it makes a vapor that is very flammable! Vapors stay low to the ground and make a long trail from the gasoline. This vapor trial can easily catch fire if used near flame, causing a flash and severe burns to anyone close by. Never use gasoline to start a fire, and always store it in gas cans away from heat sources.

House and Apartment Fire Safety

Be sure you have smoke detectors installed on all levels of your home. Test them regularly and make and practice an Escape Plan in case of fire. If there is a fire, don’t get burned! Get out and call 911 right away.

To Learn How To Make your own Fire Escape Plan, please click on the National Fire Protection Association’s (NFPA) link below:

Safety for those with Disabilities

Kitchen Fire Safety

To help both children and adults promote a more fire-safe kitchen this document uses illustrations and easy-to-read language safety messages.

Oxygen Safety