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Grilling Safety:
  • Do not grill or barbeque close to your home.  Clean the grill periodically to prevent flare-ups.
  • Make sure grill equipment is in good shape.  Propane or natural gas can leak from rusty tanks, cracked hoses, and corroded couplings, sending out a dangerous effluent.
  • Use kindling, rather than lighter fluid, to revive a flame.
  • Keep an eye on an open grill at all times.  Simply closing the cover at the first sign of trouble could suffocate a fire.

Smoking Materials:

  • If you smoke, smoke outside.  Most deaths result from fires that start inside the home.
  • Do not discard lit cigarettes in landscaping mulch, dried grass or other things that could ignite easily.
  • Extinguish all smoking materials in water or sand to make sure that they are out.
  • Never smoke where medical oxygen is being used.

Outdoor Fire Pit Safety:

  • Outdoor fire pits should be located away from buildings, trees or other flammable materials.
  • Start you fire small, and only use the recommended fire starters.  Never use gasoline to start a fire.
  • To prevent sparks from flying out of the pit, use screens that can be kept over the flame.
  • Make sure to have a water source available to extinguish accidental fires quickly.
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