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In This Issue......
|Red Ribbon Week October 23rd
- 31st: Red Ribbon week began in 1985 in response to the
murder of Kiki Camarena, a DEA agent, abducted and killed by drug dealers.
The Red Ribbon symbol is used today to make a visible commitment against
drugs and as a call to action!
||October is Fire Prevention Month!
Remember to change your Smoke Alarm batteries
when you change your clocks!!
Fire Safety At Work
Many of the nation's annual 5,000
office building fires could be prevented if companies and employees followed basic on-the-job firesafe practices.
High Rise Fires
You are far more likely to do the right thing
in a real fire if you are prepared for an emergency.
By giving you time to escape, smoke
detectors cut your risk of dying in a home fire nearly in half. Smoke detectors
save so many lives that most states have laws requiring them in private homes.
Fire Safety for Babysitters
Every household should have an escape plan.
When you baby-sit, discuss what to do in case of a fire with the adults in the household.
Fire Safety Tips
10 tips for fire safety
Bomb Threat Checklist
Received a telephone bomb threat at
work? Have this checklist printed out and next to the phone. The
information can help law enforcement.
As despicable as it may sound, Con artists take
advantage of tragedies, here are some guidelines for potential donors.
Don't forget to check our Halloween Safety Tips
published last year!