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Prevention and planning two things needed for a safe trip
June 5, 2020
— Regular maintenance, such as tire rotations, tune-ups, battery checks, and oil changes go a long way in preventing break downs. Having your vehicle serviced according to the manufacturer’s recommendations should help bring peace of mind when traveling...
Don’t have a shocking experience at home, office
May 14, 2020
— When using electrical appliances extension cords, light bulbs and other equipment, safety tips should be encompassed in household rules and daily behavior expectations for members of the family...
Cigarettes are the leading cause of home fire fatalities
August 7, 2019
— According to the National Fire Prevention Association, cigarettes are the leading cause of home fire fatalities in the United States. From hot ashes dumped into the garbage to a cigarette falling on to a couch cushion, carelessly discarded smoking materials kills 700 to 900 people, smokers and nonsmokers alike, per year. ...
Smoke alarms and fire extinguishers: the dynamic duo of fire safety
January 3, 2018
— Often taken for granted is the smoke detector, which is a common feature in American homes. Surveys conducted for National Fire Prevention Association, or NFPA, found that 97 percent of the household surveyed reported having, at minimum, one smoke alarm. Based on those surveys, that means almost five million households do not have any smoke alarms at all...
Follow Halloween fire safety tips to avoid a scary fate
October 18, 2017
— Children across the nation will be scurrying about this Halloween to get their share of candy delights. As for events happening around Joint Base San Antonio, Trick-or-Treating hours at all JBSA locations are scheduled from 5-9 p.m. Oct. 31. ...
Scalding injuries can happen at any age
February 15, 2017
— A scalding injury can happen at any age. Particularly at risk are children, older adults and people with disabilities. Dreadful injuries can occur from hot liquids from bath water, hot coffee and even microwaved soup. The second leading cause of all burn injuries are scalding burns...
Don’t create chaos with mobile cooking operations
January 31, 2017
— Mobile food trucks are making their way across the country as being a convenient way for a quick bite near a work site. A contributing factor to the popularity of these mobile food trucks are chefs looking for a less expensive way of serving food instead of the traditional stationary restaurant. ...