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- Interconnect smoke deterctors throughout structure. Interconnected smoke detectors sound off in the entire structure allowing everyone to hear and take quick response to leave the structure.
- Keep a fully charged battery operated flash light b y every sleeping area. Surroundings are unfamiliar to visitors. Should the power go out, a slashlight will be expecially helpful in the event of an emergency.
- Keep all combustible items a safe distance from baseboard heaters. Baseboard heaterss get quite hot. Electrical cords, bedding, furniture, newspapers and magazines - any combustibles must be kept away from baseboard heaters.
- Change outlets to GFI protection within 6 feet of wet areas. GFI add safety from electrical shock in wet areas such as sinks, tubs, etc.
- Knox Boxes are suggested for all structures having a fire sprinkler system. Quick access from fire department crews enhances response to fires and allows water to be shut off in the event of a broken pipe.
- Clean lint out of dryers after each use. Dryer lint is loose, flammable particles which can ignite easily.
- Keep caustic, poisonous, and/or flammable chemicals in secure cabinets and sway from ignition sources.
- If required, CO detectors (installed within an alarm system) shall be listed UL 2075.
- If required, single-station CO alarms shall be listed to UL 2034.
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