Importance of Safe Escape Plans
How to Create a Safe Escape Plan
Importance of Smoke Alarms
Types of Smoke Alarms
Placing Smoke Alarms
Children & Smoke Alarms
More Smoke Alarm Tips
Stopping a Grease Fire
Oven and Stove Top Safety
Microwave Oven Safety
Scald Prevention & Care
Kitchen Fire Safety Video
Safe Escape Tips
Fire Safety Begins With Prevention
Smoke Alarm Rules
10 Rules for Kitchen Safety
10 Rules to Make a Safe Escape
Children and Safe Escape Plans
Smoke Alarm Lesson Plan
Escape Plan Lesson Plan
"Kid-Free Zone" Lesson Plan
Links for Educators
What's In Your Kitchen? Lesson Plan
— Importance of Safe Escape Plans
— How to Create a Safe Escape Plan
— Importance of Smoke Alarms
— Types of Smoke Alarms
— Placing Smoke Alarms
— Children & Smoke Alarms
— More Smoke Alarm Tips
— Stopping a Grease Fire
— Oven and Stove Top Safety
— Microwave Oven Safety
— Grill Safety
— Scald Prevention & Care
— Kitchen Fire Safety Video
— Safe Escape Tips
— Fire Safety Begins With Prevention
— Smoke Alarm Rules
— 10 Rules for Kitchen Safety
—— Word Search
—— Jigsaw Puzzle
— 10 Rules to Make a Safe Escape
— Children and Safe Escape Plans
— Smoke Alarm Lesson Plan
— Escape Plan Lesson Plan
— "Kid-Free Zone" Lesson Plan
— Links for Educators
— What's In Your Kitchen? Lesson Plan
10 Rules of Smoke Alarm Safety
Test your smoke alarms every month.
If your smoke alarm doesn’t make a noise when you push the TEST button, check the batteries on get a new smoke alarm.
Replace smoke alarm batteries twice a year.
Always keep fresh batteries on hand.
Never remove a battery from a smoke alarm to use in something else.
Keep fresh batteries on hand for the smoke alarm.
Never take a smoke alarm apart.
Know what your alarm sounds like.
Make sure your smoke alarm is loud enough to wake you.
If you hear the alarm, get out, stay out, and go to your safe meeting place.
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