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Facebook - Cooking

This is a picture of a hot stove burner. Above the picture the text reads: “LOOK. LISTEN. LEARN. Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere.” Beside the picture the text reads: “Cooking is the leading cause of home fires! Take action: Always stay in the kitchen while cooking. If you must leave, turn off the stove. Keep anything that burns - cooking utensils, dishcloths, paper towels and pot holders - a safe distance from the stove. Loose-fitting clothes can come into contact with stove burners and catch fire. Wear tight sleeves or roll them up when cooking. For more information contact your local fire department.” The Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management logo appears and the text “Fire Prevention Week: October 7-13, 2018” at the bottom of the picture.


Facebook - Electrical

This is a picture of a frayed electrical cord. Above the picture the text reads: “FIRE PREVENTION WEEK, October 7–13, 2018. LOOK. LISTEN. LEARN. Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere.” Beside the picture the text reads: “Electrical distribution equipment is a leading cause of home fires! Take action: Check cords for damage such as fraying or nicks. A damaged cord can expose wires and result in a potential shock or fire hazard. Avoid running cords under rugs, which can damage the cord and cause a fire. Extension cords should be used only as a temporary connection. If permanent wiring is required, have additional outlets installed by a licensed electrician. Air conditioners and other heavy appliances should be plugged directly into an outlet. For more information contact your local fire department.” The Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management logo appears in the bottom of the picture.


Facebook - Heating

This is a picture of a woodstove. Above the picture the text reads: “FIRE PREVENTION WEEK, October 7–13, 2018. LOOK. LISTEN. LEARN. Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere.” Beside the picture the text reads: “Heating equipment is a leading cause of home fires! Take action:  Ensure all chimneys are cleaned and inspected every year. Ensure your heating system is inspected annually by a qualified service technician. Install a CO alarm to alert you to the presence of deadly carbon monoxide gas. Keep space heaters at least one metre (3 feet) away from anything that can burn, including curtains, upholstery, clothing and people. Allow the ashes from your woodstove or fireplace to cool before emptying them into a metal container with a tight-fitting lid. Keep the container outside. For more information contact your local fire department.” The Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management logo appears in the bottom of the picture.


Facebook - Look, Listen, Learn

This is a picture of a frayed electrical cord, a smoke alarm and a home fire escape plan. Above the picture the text reads: “FIRE PREVENTION WEEK, October 7–13, 2018. LOOK. LISTEN. LEARN. Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere.” Below the picture the text reads: “Look for potential fire hazards around your home.  Take action to prevent fire from starting. Listen for the smoke alarms in an emergency. Everyone must know the sound and be able to hear them in an emergency. Early detection gives you the extra seconds needed to get out safely. Learn two ways out of every room. Practice an escape plan with everyone in your home before a fire starts so you and your family can get out quickly. For more information contact your local fire department.” The Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management logo appears in the bottom of the picture.


Facebook - Smoking

This is a picture of a cigarette. Above the picture the text reads: “FIRE PREVENTION WEEK, October 7–13, 2018. LOOK. LISTEN. LEARN. Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere.” Beside the picture the text reads: “Smoking is the leading cause of fatal home fires! Take action: Encourage smokers to smoke outside. Do not extinguish cigarettes in plant pots, which may contain a mixture of peat moss, shredded wood and bark that can easily ignite. Never smoke in bed. Use large, deep ashtrays that cannot be knocked over. Empty ashes into a metal container - not the garbage can - and put it outside. For more information contact your local fire department.” The Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management logo appears in the bottom of the picture.


Instagram - Cooking

This is a picture of a hot stove burner. Above the picture the text reads: “LOOK. LISTEN. LEARN. Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere.” Beside the picture the text reads: “Cooking is the leading cause of home fires! Take action: Always stay in the kitchen while cooking. If you must leave, turn off the stove. Keep anything that burns - cooking utensils, dishcloths, paper towels and pot holders - a safe distance from the stove. Loose-fitting clothes can come into contact with stove burners and catch fire. Wear tight sleeves or roll them up when cooking. For more information contact your local fire department.” The Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management logo appears and the text “Fire Prevention Week: October 7-13, 2018” at the bottom of the picture.


Instagram - Electrical

This is a picture of a frayed electrical cord. Above the picture the text reads: “FIRE PREVENTION WEEK, October 7–13, 2018. LOOK. LISTEN. LEARN. Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere.” Beside the picture the text reads: “Electrical distribution equipment is a leading cause of home fires! Take action: Check cords for damage such as fraying or nicks. A damaged cord can expose wires and result in a potential shock or fire hazard. Avoid running cords under rugs, which can damage the cord and cause a fire. Extension cords should be used only as a temporary connection. If permanent wiring is required, have additional outlets installed by a licensed electrician. Air conditioners and other heavy appliances should be plugged directly into an outlet. For more information contact your local fire department.” The Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management logo appears in the bottom of the picture.


Instagram - Heating

This is a picture of a woodstove. Above the picture the text reads: “FIRE PREVENTION WEEK, October 7–13, 2018. LOOK. LISTEN. LEARN. Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere.” Beside the picture the text reads: “Heating equipment is a leading cause of home fires! Take action:  Ensure all chimneys are cleaned and inspected every year. Ensure your heating system is inspected annually by a qualified service technician. Install a CO alarm to alert you to the presence of deadly carbon monoxide gas. Keep space heaters at least one metre (3 feet) away from anything that can burn, including curtains, upholstery, clothing and people. Allow the ashes from your woodstove or fireplace to cool before emptying them into a metal container with a tight-fitting lid. Keep the container outside. For more information contact your local fire department.” The Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management logo appears in the bottom of the picture.


Instagram - Look, Listen, Learn

This is a picture of a frayed electrical cord, a smoke alarm and a home fire escape plan. Above the picture the text reads: “FIRE PREVENTION WEEK, October 7–13, 2018. LOOK. LISTEN. LEARN. Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere.” Below the picture the text reads: “Look for potential fire hazards around your home.  Take action to prevent fire from starting. Listen for the smoke alarms in an emergency. Everyone must know the sound and be able to hear them in an emergency. Early detection gives you the extra seconds needed to get out safely. Learn two ways out of every room. Practice an escape plan with everyone in your home before a fire starts so you and your family can get out quickly. For more information contact your local fire department.” The Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management logo appears in the bottom of the picture.


Instagram - Smoking

This is a picture of a cigarette. Above the picture the text reads: “FIRE PREVENTION WEEK, October 7–13, 2018. LOOK. LISTEN. LEARN. Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere.” Beside the picture the text reads: “Smoking is the leading cause of fatal home fires! Take action: Encourage smokers to smoke outside. Do not extinguish cigarettes in plant pots, which may contain a mixture of peat moss, shredded wood and bark that can easily ignite. Never smoke in bed. Use large, deep ashtrays that cannot be knocked over. Empty ashes into a metal container - not the garbage can - and put it outside. For more information contact your local fire department.” The Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management logo appears in the bottom of the picture.


Twitter - Cooking

This is a picture of a hot stove burner. Above the picture the text reads: “LOOK. LISTEN. LEARN. Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere.” Beside the picture the text reads: “Cooking is the leading cause of home fires! Take action: Always stay in the kitchen while cooking. If you must leave, turn off the stove. Keep anything that burns - cooking utensils, dishcloths, paper towels and pot holders - a safe distance from the stove. Loose-fitting clothes can come into contact with stove burners and catch fire. Wear tight sleeves or roll them up when cooking. For more information contact your local fire department.” The Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management logo appears and the text “Fire Prevention Week: October 7-13, 2018” at the bottom of the picture.


Twitter - Electrical

This is a picture of a frayed electrical cord. Above the picture the text reads: “FIRE PREVENTION WEEK, October 7–13, 2018. LOOK. LISTEN. LEARN. Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere.” Beside the picture the text reads: “Electrical distribution equipment is a leading cause of home fires! Take action: Check cords for damage such as fraying or nicks. A damaged cord can expose wires and result in a potential shock or fire hazard. Avoid running cords under rugs, which can damage the cord and cause a fire. Extension cords should be used only as a temporary connection. If permanent wiring is required, have additional outlets installed by a licensed electrician. Air conditioners and other heavy appliances should be plugged directly into an outlet. For more information contact your local fire department.” The Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management logo appears in the bottom of the picture.


Twitter - Heating

This is a picture of a woodstove. Above the picture the text reads: “FIRE PREVENTION WEEK, October 7–13, 2018. LOOK. LISTEN. LEARN. Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere.” Beside the picture the text reads: “Heating equipment is a leading cause of home fires! Take action:  Ensure all chimneys are cleaned and inspected every year. Ensure your heating system is inspected annually by a qualified service technician. Install a CO alarm to alert you to the presence of deadly carbon monoxide gas. Keep space heaters at least one metre (3 feet) away from anything that can burn, including curtains, upholstery, clothing and people. Allow the ashes from your woodstove or fireplace to cool before emptying them into a metal container with a tight-fitting lid. Keep the container outside. For more information contact your local fire department.” The Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management logo appears in the bottom of the picture.


Twitter - Look, Listen, Learn

This is a picture of a frayed electrical cord, a smoke alarm and a home fire escape plan. Above the picture the text reads: “FIRE PREVENTION WEEK, October 7–13, 2018. LOOK. LISTEN. LEARN. Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere.” Below the picture the text reads: “Look for potential fire hazards around your home.  Take action to prevent fire from starting. Listen for the smoke alarms in an emergency. Everyone must know the sound and be able to hear them in an emergency. Early detection gives you the extra seconds needed to get out safely. Learn two ways out of every room. Practice an escape plan with everyone in your home before a fire starts so you and your family can get out quickly. For more information contact your local fire department.” The Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management logo appears in the bottom of the picture.


Twitter - Smoking

This is a picture of a cigarette. Above the picture the text reads: “FIRE PREVENTION WEEK, October 7–13, 2018. LOOK. LISTEN. LEARN. Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere.” Beside the picture the text reads: “Smoking is the leading cause of fatal home fires! Take action: Encourage smokers to smoke outside. Do not extinguish cigarettes in plant pots, which may contain a mixture of peat moss, shredded wood and bark that can easily ignite. Never smoke in bed. Use large, deep ashtrays that cannot be knocked over. Empty ashes into a metal container - not the garbage can - and put it outside. For more information contact your local fire department.” The Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management logo appears in the bottom of the picture.