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Christmas & Holiday Safety

With the holiday season upon us, now is a good time to share some tips to keep your family and friends safe while you celebrate! Statistics show that one in three fire deaths occur in November, December, and January, so extra caution is needed. 

Smoke Alarms: Hopefully you just changed the batteries in your smoke alarm at daylight-saving time, but take this opportunity to test them again as these should be tested every month. Remember you should replace any smoke alarm that is over 10 years old. 

Use Extension Cords Wisely: While very convenient, extension cords should only be used as a temporary solution and you should never overload an outlet. Be sure to never run an extension cord under a rug as this can cause damage to the cord, which can cause a fire. 

Be Careful With Candles: While candles can help set the mood over the holidays, an unsupervised lit candle can spell disaster. Keep lit candles out of reach of children, or pets, and if you leave the room, blow the candle out! LED light candles are always a safer choice!

Cooking Safety: Things get hectic during the holidays, but when you’re cooking, be aware. Stay nearby when something is cooking on the stove, or in the microwave. Be sure to keep your cooking area clear, and keep a pot lid nearby to help avoid the spread of potential fires. 

Trees Are Thirsty: Don’t let your living tree dry out. A live Christmas Tree is thirsty and requires a lot of water, sometimes up to 4 litres a day. Check your tree's water every morning and every evening, and keep it hydrated! A neglected dry Tree could lead to be a Catastrophic Danger!

Keep these tips in mind, and use caution during this holiday season. Happy Holidays from our family to yours! 

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