Safety Tips

Kitchen Fire Safety

More apartment fires start in the kitchen than in any other room, and it can happen to anyone. If a fire does start, call 911 immediately!

Kitchen Fire Safety Tips (721.77 KB)

Candle Safety

Each year, U.S. Fire Departments respond to over 15,000 fires caused by candles, resulting in 150 civilian fatalities, 1,270 injuries, and $539 million in property damage.

Candle Safety (584.86 KB)

Smoking Safety

The leading cause of residential fire-related death is fires started by lit tobacco products (cigarettes, cigars, pipes, etc.). If you smoke, take control to keep yourself, your family, and your neighbors safe!

Smoking Safety Tips (416.84 KB)

Carbon Monoxide Safety

Carbon monoxide is the colorless, odorless, and tasteless gas that is a by product of burning organic fuels, and it can be deadly.

Carbon Monoxide Safety Tips (756.99 KB)

Fitness Safety

Many times, people jump right into a fitness routine, but quickly overdo it and hurt themselves. The result? Pain, frustration, and even trips to the doctor. But if you exercise with caution, your body will thank you. Work out safely and reap the rewards!

Fitness Safety Tips (677.54 KB)

Pool Safety

When summer arrives, a trip to the swimming pool is a wonderful way to enjoy the beautiful weather and cool, refreshing water. Please be sure to enjoy your local swimming pool safely this summer.

Pool Safety Tips (533.03 KB)

Playground Safety

More than 156,000 injuries that require emergency room medical attention occur annually on public playgrounds. Adults can help prevent playground accidents by taking some precautions, ensuring that there's adult supervision at the playground, and making sure that the equipment is appropriate to a child's age and maturity level.

Playground Safety Tips (717.45 KB)