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"FALL BACK" Time to Change Your Clock, Change Your Batteries!

News from the SAN ANTONIO FIRE DEPARTMENT | 03 de noviembre de 2011

As we change our clocks this Sunday, November 6th, and “fall back” into the cooler season of Autumn, the San Antonio Fire Department would like you to keep the following safety tips in mind.

San Antonio.- As we change our clocks this Sunday, November 6th, and “fall back” into the cooler season of Autumn, the San Antonio Fire Department would like you to keep the following safety tips in mind.

Change the batteries in your smoke detectors! They are your early warning device for a fire in your home.

Test smoke alarms monthly and make sure everyone in your home knows the sound it makes.

Install and maintain smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors according to manufacturer’s instructions!

Have your central heating system inspected and serviced prior to the season’s first use.

Have a professional chimney sweep inspect your chimney and fireplace annually for cracks, blockages and leaks. Have it cleaned or repaired as needed.

Burn only seasoned hardwood in your fireplace. Trash, cardboard boxes and related items burn unevenly and may contain toxins.

Be sure that the flue (vent) is opened prior to lighting your fireplace.

Do not use your stove to heat your home.

Place space heaters at least three feet away from anything that can burn-including furniture or curtains. Do not use them to dry clothing.

Supervise children and pets at all times when space heaters or fireplaces are in use.

Never use a gas or charcoal grill inside your home or a closed garage.

Never leave a car with the motor running inside a closed space where exhaust fumes can not escape.

For more information visit the National Fire Protection Association website at www.nfpa.org.

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