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Renton Deputy Fire Chief Chad Michael stressed that the sprinkler system kept the fire in check. "The sprinkler system did its job and kept the impact to a pretty minimal amount," he is quoted as saying. The chief's words underscore what NFPA's educational materials tell us. The community toolkit on home fire sprinklers and home fire sprinkler safety information, including the Home Fire Sprinklers tips sheet, reinforce the point that home fire sprinklers protect lives by keeping fires small.


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!http://i.zemanta.com/noimg_21_80_80.jpg|src=http://i.zemanta.com/noimg_21_80_80.jpg|alt=|style=margin: 0px; padding: 0px; border: 0px currentColor; width: 80px; display: block; max-width: 100%;!In January's issue of Safety Source; new Dan Doofus video on smoke alarms, updated EMAC messages & more

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This Sunday will be a day filled with lots of cheering, groans and a plenty of excitement all around. It's also a day that will be filled with food and tons of it! So, if you're like most folks across the country right now, even if you're not cheering for the Pats or the Seahawks, Superbowl XLIX is still a day for parties, the guest list and the ever-so-important menu for game day. Superbowl

According to Rita Hodges, County Extension Agent - Family and Consumer Sciences in Texas, Superbowl Sunday is the second largest food consumption day of the year in the U.S. behind Thanksgiving! Wow! So what does everyone do on the second largest food consumption day of the year? Cook and bake, I say! From hearty stews and burgers to spicy wings, decadent desserts and fancy cocktails, Superbowl Sunday brings out the foodie in everyone. But as Ms. Hodges reminds us all, with more food prep comes more opportunities for a food safety "fumble" at home.

NFPA reminds everyone to keep these basic cooking fire safety tips in mind when preparing for the big game:

  • Keep an eye on what you fry
  • Be alert when cooking
  • Keep things that can catch fire away from cooking area

These and other tips can be found on NFPA's cooking fire safety central webpage. Also check out NFPA and USFA's "Put a Freeze on Winter Fires" campaign webpage where you can find these tips and more information about fire safety at home. 

Remember, take just a few minutes to practice fire safety, especially in the kitchen, and it will go a long way to making your home a safer place. Enjoy the game everyone!

Being a New Englander, well, I can't help myself, I just have to say, "Go Pats!" 

 

!http://nfpa.typepad.com/.a/6a00d8351b9f3453ef01b8d0c8b337970c-120wi|src=http://nfpa.typepad.com/.a/6a00d8351b9f3453ef01b8d0c8b337970c-120wi|alt=Portable Generator Tips Sheet|style=margin: 0px 5px 5px 0px;|title=Portable Generator Tips Sheet|class=asset asset-image at-xid-6a00d8351b9f3453ef01b8d0c8b337970c img-responsive!“Colossal” and “crippling” are two adjectives weather predictors have been using to describe this week’s snowstorm forecast in the Northeastern United States. The storm is expected to dump more than two feet of snow on a 250-mile stretch from New Jersey to Maine. Blizzard warnings have been issued in a number of states and airlines have canceled more than 3,500 flights.


 

In these types of weather conditions, there is the potential for downed utility lines and power outages. Many people turn to a portable generator for a temporary solution. NFPA’s safety tips sheet on generator safety outlines how to use the device with care.


    • Generators should be used in well-ventilated locations outside, away from all doors, windows, and vent openings.

    • Never use a generator in an attached garage, even with the door open.

Make sure to install carbon monoxide (CO) alarms in your home. Follow manufacturer’s instructions for correct placement and mounting height.

    1. Turn off generators and let them cool before refueling.


Portable generator sales have increased in recent years as homeowners turn to the device when the power goes out. It’s important to know the risks before choosing that alternative.


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!http://nfpa.typepad.com/.a/6a00d8351b9f3453ef01b7c73d5a95970b-120wi|src=http://nfpa.typepad.com/.a/6a00d8351b9f3453ef01b7c73d5a95970b-120wi|alt=A - Sam hoffman fin #394919 (2)|style=margin: 0px 0px 5px 5px;|title=A - Sam hoffman fin #394919 (2)|class=asset asset-image at-xid-6a00d8351b9f3453ef01b7c73d5a95970b img-responsive!The public education division of NFPA is accepting applications for the Fire and Life Safety Educator of the Year Award , which includes a $1,000 honorarium for the recipient, travel to the NFPA annual conference for an award presentation, and a $1,000 donation to the local fire department to support public education activities. I talked with our current Educator of the Year, Samantha Hoffmann, public fire and life safety officer for Barrie Fire and Emergency Service, Barrie Ontario, about what the award has meant to her.


 

LB: What has happened for you since winning the award?


SH: Being named Educator of the Year has definitely elevated my profile in both my department and community. Receiving this award helped to build my credibility. I have been contacted by numerous departments and companies across Canada and have been asked to join different boards, panels and organizations, which has allowed me to share my experiences and knowledge and promote educational messaging. 


 

LB: What has the award done for your fire department?


SH: Aside from the bonus of the $1000 donation to support public education activities, the broader benefit to the department is that we have been give more freedom corporately.  It has given us positive public relations, heightened exposure in the community, and helped strengthen our public messaging. 


 

LB: How did it feel to walk across the stage at the NFPA conference to receive the award?


SH: I found it humbling. Since I have been in the fire service and fire safety field for so many years, I am well aware of the number of excellent fire safety educators we have in Canada, let alone North America. 


 

LB: Why is this award important?


SH: It  helps to reinforce program direction, recognizes the talent and hard work of the entire department, motivates educators to look at their programs and compare them to best practices, and provides public relations opportunities and value.


The application deadline for the 2015 Fire and Life Safety Educator of the Year Award is only week’s away–February 20, 2015.


 


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Anyone who knows me knows that the British period drama, Downton Abbey, is one of my guilty pleasures. Set in a fictional Yorkshire County estate, the television series depicts the lives of an aristocratic family and their servants in the post-Edwardian era.

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I sat down with a cup of Earl Grey the other day to watch an episode and as the drama unfolded, a careless act by one of the main characters, Lady Edith, not only gave viewers some nail biter moments, but a reminder about heating safety.

 

Distraught because of the child she must keep secret, Lady Edith throws a book at the fireplace in her bed chamber. As she cries herself to sleep, the book catches fire and lands on the floor. Flames spread throughout the room.

 

6a00d8351b9f3453ef01b7c73beb75970b-320wi.pngLady Edith’s emotional state is understandable, but if she had been thinking clearly, she would have left the book on her nightstand and shut down the fireplace before going to bed. NFPA’s heating safety tips sheet says to keep anything that can burn at least three feet away from heating equipment and also provides a reminder to turn off portable heaters when leaving the room or going to bed.

 

The Lady Edith story line has a happy ending. A heroic act on the part of an under-butler saves her life and everyone in the estate–family, servants, and guests–escapes quickly and in orderly fashion.

 

But the image of the bed chamber engulfed in flames offers a searing reminder of why it’s important to practice fire safety.

Ernest Grant_1970-800pxls (2)The NFPA Chairman of the Board, Ernest Grant, serves as chair of the Rolf H. Jensen Memorial Public  Education Grant committee. Each year, he and the other committee members screen applications for the grant, which provides $5,000 to a fire department–career or volunteer–located in the United States or Canada to support a community-wide fire and life safety education program or campaign.

The application deadline is February 6, 2015. Here are the chairman’s responses to questions I asked about the grant process.

 

LB: What is the most rewarding part of serving on this committee?

EG: I get to see dozens of applications from fire and life safety experts who are enthusiastic about what they do, people who realize the importance of expanding the service they’re providing in their communities.

LB: Some people are hesitant to apply because they don’t have grant writing experience.What do you say to them?

EG: Don’t be put off by the application process. I can’t overemphasize that. Get the experience of applying. We are looking for applications that show clearly stated goals and objectives that will have a significant impact on a community.

LB: Is it worthwhile for an applicant not awarded the grant to continue pursuing it?

EG: Yes. If you don’t win this year, there’s always the possibility of next year.

The application for the Rolf H. Jensen Memorial Public Education Grant is available on the NFPA website.

 

Carbon monoxide (CO) incidents can occur any time of year, but they tend to be more common during !http://nfpa.typepad.com/.a/6a00d8351b9f3453ef01b7c7372dac970b-800wi|border=0|src=http://nfpa.typepad.com/.a/6a00d8351b9f3453ef01b7c7372dac970b-800wi|alt=CO Brochure|style=margin: 0px 0px 5px 5px;|title=CO Brochure|class=asset asset-image at-xid-6a00d8351b9f3453ef01b7c7372dac970b img-responsive!the colder months. Half of CO incidents occurring have been reported to local fire departments across the United States between November and February. Officials can reinforce with residents the importance of having working CO alarms and maintaining them by distributing Carbon Monoxide Alarms brochures available through the NFPA catalog. The brochures, which come in packs of 100, help residents understand the correct installation of CO alarms, symptoms of CO poisoning, what to do if the alarm sounds, and how to reduce CO risks.


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  !http://nfpa.typepad.com/.a/6a00d8351b9f3453ef01b7c7368110970b-800wi|border=0|src=http://nfpa.typepad.com/.a/6a00d8351b9f3453ef01b7c7368110970b-800wi|alt=EMAC COVER FINAL|title=EMAC COVER FINAL|class=asset  asset-image at-xid-6a00d8351b9f3453ef01b7c7368110970b image-full img-responsive!The NFPA +Educational Messages 2015 Edition Desk Reference+ is now available. The+ Desk Reference +provides fire and life safety educators with accurate and consistent language for use when providing safety information to the public. The Educational Messages Advisory Committee meets periodically to review NFPA’s fire safety education messages and to provide recommendations to NFPA public education staff for updating and revising the messages. This latest edition includes updated messages on carbon monoxide, cooking, and microwave ovens.


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Safety SourceThe January issue of Safety Source, NFPA's public education enewsletter, is now available for viewing. In this issue, you will find;  

  • New Dan Doofus video about smoke alarms
  • Updated EMAC messages
  • Sparky.org activity helps reinforce "stay away from hot things" message
  • Infographic highlights winter fire safety
  • A new contest rewards the ingenuity of youth to create fire-safety messages. 

Don't miss an issue! Sign up now and be the first to get the latest information on happenings in the public education division, activities, fire statistics, trends, educational tips, Sparky the Fire Dog® and more.

 

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A blank wall has become one of the liveliest spots at the Hillsborough Township municipal building in New Jersey. After enduring some budget setbacks, Hillsborough Township Emergency Services recently completed a fire safety education center, which includes displays on candle safety, electrical safety, and the !http://nfpa.typepad.com/.a/6a00d8351b9f3453ef01b8d0bdf786970c-120wi|src=http://nfpa.typepad.com/.a/6a00d8351b9f3453ef01b8d0bdf786970c-120wi|alt=Wall 1|style=margin: 0px 0px 5px 5px;|title=Wall 1|class=asset asset-image at-xid-6a00d8351b9f3453ef01b8d0bdf786970c img-responsive!importance of having working smoke alarms and testing them.


 

Fire Marshal Ryan Giordano says that because the display is adjacent to the library and senior center, it gets seen by hundreds of people each day. Sparky the Fire Dog sliding down the fire station pole gets the attention of children.


The video message board and items in the display cabinet will be updated regularly. Plans are underway to expand the project.


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 NFPA's lovable Dan Doofus is back with a new video for the new year. Dan is reminding everyone to make sure they have enough smoke alarms in the home, test them monthly, and replace them every 10 years. The Dan Doofus series of videos is intended to convey a safety message in a light-hearted, entertaining way. They are not intended for children.


 

NFPA has developed several videos to help individuals, families, and communities learn about the importance of installing and maintaining working smoke alarms in the home.


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!http://nfpa.typepad.com/.a/6a00d8351b9f3453ef01b7c73068a5970b-320wi|src=http://nfpa.typepad.com/.a/6a00d8351b9f3453ef01b7c73068a5970b-320wi|alt=Nfl_a_rivera-house01jr_C_300x200|style=margin: 0px 5px 5px 0px;|title=Nfl_a_rivera-house01jr_C_300x200|class=asset asset-image at-xid-6a00d8351b9f3453ef01b7c73068a5970b img-responsive!A fire earlier this week at the home of Carolina Panthers Coach Ron Rivera underscores the importance of heating safety. According to ESPN.com, 55 firefighters responded to the two-alarm fire at the Rivera home in the early morning hours on Monday. They found heavy smoke and flames coming from the home when they arrived and had to cut a hole in the roof to get it under control.


 

Everyone got out safely. The Charlotte Fire !http://nfpa.typepad.com/.a/6a00d8351b9f3453ef01b7c7306923970b-120wi|src=http://nfpa.typepad.com/.a/6a00d8351b9f3453ef01b7c7306923970b-120wi|alt=Rivera and his wife|style=margin: 0px 0px 5px 5px;|title=Rivera and his wife|class=asset asset-image at-xid-6a00d8351b9f3453ef01b7c7306923970b img-responsive!Department ruled the fire accidental and caused by the fireplace. Rivera is quoted as saying that his brothers had been watching football all day and the fireplace was on for a number of hours. He said at bedtime the fireplace was shut down but it somehow “smoldered and kicked into high gear later.”


Rivera had high praise for the work of the Charlotte Fire Department. “It’s a heck of a thing to watch their teamwork.When you talk about teamwork, they were tremendous.”


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Bundle up! That’s what weather forecasters are advising for people across much of the United States !http://nfpa.typepad.com/.a/6a00d8351b9f3453ef01b8d0b8fcc4970c-320wi|src=http://nfpa.typepad.com/.a/6a00d8351b9f3453ef01b8d0b8fcc4970c-320wi|alt=CarbonMonoxideCover|style=margin: 0px 0px 5px 5px;|title=CarbonMonoxideCover|class=asset asset-image at-xid-6a00d8351b9f3453ef01b8d0b8fcc4970c img-responsive! and parts of Canada this week. We’re getting the first real taste of winter with below freezing temperatures. Snow has been forecast across a 2,000 mile stretch.


As the temperatures go down, people tend to turn up the heat. It’s important to remember that heating devices that burn fuel can be a source of carbon monoxide (CO), an invisible killer that cannot be seen or smelled.


    • CO alarms should be installed outside each sleeping area, and on every level of the home. It is best to use interconnected alarms. When one sounds, they all sound.

    • Test CO alarms at least once a month.

    • Replace CO alarms according to package instructions.


 

NFPA’s safety information on CO and the CO safety tips sheets in English and Spanish offer additional measures for preventing CO poisoning. The CO community toolkit provides the fire service with everything needed to motivate residents to install and maintain CO alarms.


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The Oklahoma City Fire Department Fire Marshal’s office is sending a powerful message with its wall of fame. The display isn’t in honor of individual achievement, but the work of a fire safety device.


The smoke alarms on display actually sounded and saved lives in Oklahoma City. Some are burned, some are melted, but all were working and did their job. The fire department uses the wall of fame as a springboard to a conversation with the public about smoke alarm safety:


    • Install smoke alarms in every sleeping room, outside each separate sleeping area, and on every level of the home, including the basement.

    • Interconnect all smoke alarms throughout the home for the best protection. When one sounds, they all sound.

    • Test smoke alarms at least once a month using the test button.

    • Replace all smoke alarms when they are 10 years old.


 

More smoke alarm information, including safety tips sheets in English and Spanish can be found on the NFPA website.


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