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Fire Prevention Month Tip: Cooking Safety

Let’s Talk Cooking! This week we are highlighting the leading cause of home fires: UNATTENDED COOKING. Most home fires start in the kitchen when a person starts cooking and forgets about the food on the stove. It is easy to get distracted by a person, another task, a phone call… [ Keep reading ]

2021 Fire Prevention Month Tip: Heating Safety

Fall weather in the PNW means many things to a Seattleite: leaves changing from green to gold, daylight savings time, back to school, pumpkin spice everything, and preparing for winter weather, just to name a few. This week for Fire Prevention Month we are highlighting fire risks related to residential heating… [ Keep reading ]

Fire Prevention Month Tip: Know how to respond to a sounding smoke alarm

October is Fire Prevention Month in Seattle and this year the Seattle Fire Department will be highlighting a new fire safety topic weekly. This week we are highlighting the importance of having working smoke alarms and knowing how to safely respond to a sounding alarm. Did you know? Between 2014… [ Keep reading ]

Fire Prevention Month Tip: Call 9-1-1 for Emergencies (multilingual)

October is Fire Prevention Month in Seattle and this year the Seattle Fire Department will be highlighting a new fire safety topic weekly. This week we are highlighting calling 9-1-1 for emergencies. 9-1-1 is a critical part of our emergency response system. When someone calls 9-1-1 for a medical or… [ Keep reading ]

Fire Prevention Month: Heating Fire Safety

This week for Fire Prevention Month we are highlighting the fire risks related to heating which is the second main cause of home fires in the U.S. Consider taking these precautions to prevent heating-related fires in your home. Give your heaters space. Do not put anything close to any type… [ Keep reading ]

Fire Prevention Month: Calling 9-1-1 for Emergencies

October is Fire Prevention Month in Seattle and this week the Seattle Fire Department is highlighting calling 9-1-1 for emergencies. 9-1-1 is a critical part of our emergency response system. When someone calls 9-1-1 for a medical or fire emergency in Seattle, the call is dispatched to the Fire Alarm… [ Keep reading ]