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Infographic: Smoke Alarms – Change Your Clock, Change Your Battery

Time for a few important fire prevention tips brought to us by the Energizer Bunny! On averages, families have less than three minutes from the time the first smoke alarm sounds to escape a fire. Almost 47% of reported home structure fires and more than half 54% of home structure fire deaths occur in the cooler months of November through March.

Changing smoke alarm batteries at least once a year, testing those alarms and reminding others to do the same are some of the simplest, most effective ways to reduce these tragic deaths and injuries.

Use the Extra Hour this year to remind family and friends to Change Their Smoke Alarm and Carbon Monoxide Detector Batteries and Make a Positive Change in Our Community.

Brought to you by energizer.com.

Infographic: Smoke Alarms - Change Your Clock, Change Your Battery

Brought to you by energizer.com

One comment

  1. Altagracia Zihal

    If you own a home – a fire escape ladder is always great to have. It can save your life, and should therefore be an integral part of your residential safety. A fire at can completely engulf your home in no time at all, normally in less than a minute. Even though you may have smoke alarms and fire extinguishers there, the fire can get out of control fast and surround you with smoke, making it impossible for you to get out. To protect yourself and your entire family, you should always a fire escape ladder at your home at all times.

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