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Dr. Landgrave Smith from Lifetone Safety demonstrated the HL150 smoke alarm at the 13th Annual Texas Fire Marshals’ Conference in Ausitn. 

Dr. Landgrave Smith from Lifetone Safety demonstrated the HL150 smoke alarm at the 13th Annual Texas Fire Marshals’ Conference in Ausitn. 

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Does your family have a Fire Escape Plan?

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) strongly recommends having a home Fire Escape Plan for your family.  Find all possible escape routes in your home, and determine an outside meeting place.  Assign a primary and secondary person to help each family member who will need assistance during the escape.  Be sure to practice!  Learn more from the NFPA.  They offer a tip sheet and escape planning grid.

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CDC facts about Fire Death & Injury

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provide some powerful facts about fire death and injury.  They discuss the occurrence of fires, associated cost, and several high-risk groups.  The CDC identifies children under 4, adults over 65, and persons living in rural areas as particularly susceptible to injury from fire.  If you or your loved ones are in these high-risk groups, learn how the Lifetone HL can improve safety put your mind at ease.

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Fire Safety for Kids

The U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) is a key resource for child fire safety.  The USFA provides lesson plans for Escape Planning, Home Fire Safety, and Smoke Alarms.  The Parents page features a Guide for Babies and Toddlers and Children’s Fire-Related Product Recalls, as well as other valuable information.  The Teachers page describes a Sesame Street Fire Safety Cirriculum for pre-schoolers, as well as a Prevention and Public Education Exchange.  Don’t forget to check out the USFA Kid’s Page where your children can learn fire saftey through interactive lessons and games.

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