It’s National Fire Prevention Week. The Genesee County Association of Fire Chiefs produced a series of 15 second public service announcements promoting the 2018 Fire Prevention Week theme “Look. Listen. Learn. Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere“. These informational messages empower people to take steps to prevent home fires and keep everyone in their home and community safe.
Bob Cairnduff, Fire Chief – Fenton City Fire Department – Replace smoke alarms over 10 years old
Robert Burdette, Fire Chief – Grand Blanc Fire Department – Don’t block exits
Jeff Shook, Lieutenant – Fenton City Fire Department – Have your chimney inspected and cleaned by a professional
Kirk Todd, Asst. Fire Chief – Clio Area Fire Department – Working smoke alarms can cut the risk of dying in a home fire in half
Robert Burdette, Fire Chief – Grand Blanc Fire Department – Know two ways out of a room in case there is a fire
Kirk Wilkinson, Asst. Fire Chief – Burton Fire Department – Cooking fires are the leading cause of home fires and home fire injuries
Mike Vogt, Fire Chief – Mt. Morris City Fire Department – Understand the sound of a smoke alarm and Get Out and Stay Out when it activates