Whenever your child sees a first responder, they need to know that they are safe and should not hide. Start talking to your child early about never hiding from a firefighter or police officer because they are there to help. Even with their gear, they are normal human beings who are there to help.
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Pediatric scalds is a burning issue that is preventable. Always test the water before placing your child in a bathtub and set your water heater to no higher than 120 degrees or just below the medium setting.
To learn more about preventing scalds, visit the American Burn Association’s website at https://bit.ly/3dxwz3j.
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When wildfires occur during hot and dry weather, they can burn extremely hot and have the potential to have a rapid rate of spread.
Hot things can burn our skin. It is important to know what is hot and what is not..
Smoke alarms save lives. Properly working smoke alarms give you and your family an early warning to get outside to your meeting spot quickly. It is recommended by the National Fire Protection Association to have a smoke alarm on each level of your home, including your basement and attic, inside every bedroom, and outside each sleeping area.