Ministry of the
Solicitor General

Social Media Cards - Smoke Alarms

Smoke Alarms

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This is a picture of a smoke alarm and a person’s finger with a red string tied around it. Beside the pictures the text says: “Don’t forget! Test your smoke alarms once a month and change the batteries at least once a year.” The Office of the Fire Marshal logo and website address appear at the bottom of the picture.

This is a picture of a house with smoke alarms on every storey. Beside the picture the text says: “Be Alarmed! Install smoke alarms on every storey of your home and outside all sleeping areas. For added protection, install smoke alarms in all bedrooms.” The Office of the Fire Marshal logo and website address appear at the bottom of the picture.

This is a picture of a smoke alarm and a person’s finger pressing the test button. Beside the picture the text says: “Don’t forget! Test your smoke alarms once a month and change the batteries at least once a year.” The Office of the Fire Marshal logo and website address appear at the bottom of the picture.

This is a picture of a birthday cake. Beside the picture the text says: “How old are your smoke alarms? Smoke alarms don’t last forever. Replace all smoke alarms after 10 years, according to manufacturer’s instructions.” The Office of the Fire Marshal logo and website address appear at the bottom of the picture.

This is a picture of a woman lying down, holding her baby above her. The woman is smiling as the baby grabs the woman’s face. The text beside the picture says: “Protect what matters most. Test your smoke alarms today.” The Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management name and logo are in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen.

This is a picture of a multi-generational family walking through a forest in autumn. They are laughing and enjoying their time together. The text beside the picture says “Test your smoke alarms today. Or you could lose everything that matters.” The Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management name and logo appear in the bottom of the picture.

This is a picture of a man and a woman sitting on a couch arguing.  The text beside the picture says “You really know how to push my buttons!” Below is a picture of a person’s figure pushing the test button of a smoke alarm with text that says “Just keep doing it monthly.” The Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management name and logo appear in the bottom of the picture.

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This is a picture of a woman lying down, holding her baby above her. The woman is smiling as the baby grabs the woman’s face. The text beside the picture says: “Protect what matters most. Test your smoke alarms today.” The Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management name and logo are in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen.

This is a picture of a multi-generational family walking through a forest in autumn. They are laughing and enjoying their time together. The text beside the picture says “Test your smoke alarms today. Or you could lose everything that matters.” The Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management name and logo appear in the bottom of the picture.

This is a picture of a man and a woman sitting on a couch arguing.  The text beside the picture says “You really know how to push my buttons!” Below is a picture of a person’s figure pushing the test button of a smoke alarm with text that says “Just keep doing it monthly.” The Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management name and logo appear in the bottom of the picture.