Operation Save a Life – Fire Safety Prevention Tips
What is Operation Save A Life?
WSB-TV is teaming up with local fire departments, Kidde, The Home Depot and attorney Ken Nugent for the 2018 Operation Save a Life fire safety awareness campaign. Five thousand smoke detectors donated by Kidde will be made available in the Atlanta area for residents who can’t afford to buy them.
“The time to escape a home fire in the last two decades went from 18 minutes down to three minutes,” said Chief Stephen Hrustich from Gwinnett County. “That’s from when that fire starts so having early warning notification through working smoke alarms is so important for folks in our communities.”
The alarms will be available from October 19, 2018 until supplies run out. To obtain a free smoke detector, contact a fire department in any of these participating counties and firefighters will install the smoke detectors for free.
4 Simples steps to fire safety
- replace alarms over 10 years old,
- Place alarms inside and outside of sleeping areas & each floor,
- place fire extinguishers on every floor
- practice an escape plan with your family
Come out to a Home Depot near you to have their experts help you with your home safety questions. Learn which smoke and CO alarms are right for your home. Receive tips and advice on keeping your family safe.
The Home Depot team of experts will help answer your home safety questions. Learn which Kidde smoke and CO alarms are right for your home.
Get fire prevention tips and learn how you can keep your family safe. Come out to a location near you!
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