Home Safe Home. Fire Safety. Smoke alarms – have them and check them regularly Have a fire escape plan at home and work Check for other potential fire hazards Take care of fireplaces and portable heaters Extinguish candles and turn off appliances before leaving home
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How to put out a small fire - P-A-S-S
PULL – pull the pin
AIM – aim at the base of the fire
SQUEEZE – squeeze the handle
SWEEP – sweep the spray back and forth
bushes and trees needing trimmed
slips and falls culprits
Keep or throw away if there’s a power outage and you have foods in fridge or freezer?
power outage is more than 4 hours
food is over 40 degrees for more than 2 hours
if it has come in contact with raw meat juices
THROW ANY OF THESE FOODS AWAY
Keep or throw away?
Foods stored in area cooler than 75 degrees
Foods 1 year past date of purchase
Foods beyond “best if used by dates”
Canned food has a shelf life of at least two years from the date of processing. Canned food retains its safety and nutritional value well beyond two years, but it may have some variation in quality, such as a change of color and texture.Source – Canned Food Alliance