USFA Fire Prevention Weekly Update – August 29, 2013

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  1. Campaigns / Other Fire Prevention Efforts
  2. Campus fire safety
  3. Inspections/Code enforcement
  4. Smoke Alarms
  5. Sprinklers
  6. Wildland Fire Safety
  7. Fire safety tips and reminders
  8. Other Safety News
  9. International News

Links to Fire Prevention-related news articles – Updated 08/26/2013

Campaigns/ Other Fire Safety Activities

  1. Study: fire risk reduced by home visits ( U.K.)
  2. Community Wide Home Fire Prevention Seminar (Florida)
  3. Golder Ranch teaches kids fire safety
  4. Marshall Fire Department to giveaway smoke, carbon monoxide detectors
  5. Houston Fire Department: Working Smoke Detectors Save Lives
  6. Springfield Offers Free Smoke Detectors for Older Residents (Massachusetts)

Campus fire safety

  1. Shaw University holds campus fire safety demonstration (North Carolina)
  2. Fire safety emphasized for college students (West Virginia)

Inspections / Code enforcement

  1. n/a

Smoke Alarms

  1. Houston Fire Department: Working Smoke Detectors Save Lives

Sprinklers

  1. New Sioux Falls apartments will need fire sprinklers
  2. Counties pursue different courses on fire safety (Illinois)
  3. Sprinklers prove effectiveness in apartment fire
  4. Residential Sprinkler Systems

Wildland Fire Safety

  1. Desire for wild spaces ignites U.S. fire insurance hazard
  2. 5 Ways to Prepare Your Property for Wildfire Now
  3. Texas Residents Urged to Use Care With Labor Day Fires

Safety tips and reminders

  1. Children fire safety tips (Fiji)
  2. Tenn. Fire Marshal’s office urges older adults to take fire-safety measures

Other Safety News

  1. Chief Kyle Minick receives Bringing Safety Home Award
  2. New NFPA report describes fires in religious and funeral properties

Fire Prevention News: International

  1. Smoke alarm fitted by the fire service saved woman, 83, from Hemel Hempstead (UK)
  2. Fire Risk Massively Reduced by Home Visits
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