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CHALLENGE: OLD VS NEW
Video Tells the Story
See why it’s critical to check the age of ALL your alarms! Read More
FIRE PREVENTION WEEK
OCT. 9 – 15
Lesson Plans … Great Prizes for Teachers and Students … Safety Tips & Activities to do at Home!Read More
The ABC’s of Safety
Learn the basics of fire and carbon monoxide and how to share that knowledge with your family Read More
Technology To Keep Your Family Safe
Understand how smoke and CO alarms work and where to install them for optimal protection Read More
Right Alarms Right Locations
Determine which alarms are best suited for the rooms and gathering areas in your home Read More
Your Story Can Help Others Stay Safe
Add your voice! Share an experience or safety lesson that happened to you Read More
The S.M.A.R.T. Rule – Alarms don’t last Forever
Learn the S.M.A.R.T Rule – know when to replace alarms. Read More
The Right Alarm in the Right Place
Just as fires differ, so do smoke and carbon monoxide alarms. Read More
Safety from the Attic to the Basement
How to keep your family safe in every room of your home. Read More
DID YOU KNOW
In a ﬁre, SMOKE is the greatest threat
Smoke is full of toxic by-products, including carbon monoxide. These poisonous gases are responsible for the most deaths and injuries in fires, not the actual flames.
Tampering with smoke alarms is DEADLY
When you take down your smoke alarm because of false alarms or remove the batteries, your risk of dying in a fire goes up. Photoelectric smoke alarms reduce false alarms.
Your smoke and CO alarms DON’T last forever
Your alarms monitor the air in your home millions of times in their lifespan. Sensors can deteriorate. REPLACE smoke alarms every 10 years and CO alarms every 7-10.
Media Release: Toronto Raptors Invite Everyone in Ontario to ‘Make the Winning Shot’ for Holiday Fire Safety
In the Community
Make the Winning Shot for Holiday Fire and CO Safety
Take the Quiz to Win Amazing Raptors Prizes!
Peace of Mind for your Piece of Heaven
May 18th Cottage Fire and CO Safety launch event at Toronto Fire Services
I turned the fireplace off and went online to look up carbon monoxide symptoms. EVERY symptom I had was listed.
RCMP Family Was Lucky After CO Exposure
When we moved to a RCMP force house in 2002 we all suffered CO poisoning. Read More
A Very Scary Carbon Monoxide Near Miss
This is the story of what has happened to me. PLEASE read it. It could save your life. Read More