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ALLEN COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE. JANUARY WEBSITE SAFETY TIPS PRESENTED BY:. SHERIFF SAMUEL A. CRISH. January traditionally is the coldest month here in Ohio and this month I thought that I would offer some tips during this freezing time of year.

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allen county sheriff s office

ALLEN COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

JANUARY WEBSITE SAFETY TIPS

PRESENTED BY:

SHERIFF SAMUEL A. CRISH

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January traditionally is the coldest month here in Ohio and this month I thought that I would offer some tips during this freezing time of year.

Electricity is there to help brew your morning coffee, operate your computer, heat your home, and run your television. We use electricity so often that we seldom think about the dangers

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Take a moment to think about how often you depend upon electricity and answer the following questions. Every question you answer with "no", is an opportunity for you to make your home a safer place to live.

Are heat producing electrical appliances and kerosene heaters unplugged or turned off when you are not using them?

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Are electrical cords in good condition, not frayed or cracked ?
  • Are electrical outlets overloaded in your home?
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Are electrical cords kept out from beneath furniture and rugs?
  • Do all outlets and light switches work?
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Never use water on an electrical fire, you could get shocked. If the fire is small, turn the power off and use a multi-purpose (ABC) dry-chemical extinguisher to put out the fire.

If you can't turn the power off, or the fire is large, evacuate your home and dial 9-1-1 from a safe phone.

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Remember this is a very cold time of month, and a little precaution could be a lifesaver!

This has been a website safety tip presented by the

Allen County Sheriff’s Office.

Samuel A. Crish, Sheriff