Seasonal Safety

  1. Candle Safety

    Candles are a good thing to have in your home, as long as you follow basic safety guides.

  2. Cold Weather Safety

    As the temperatures dip into the teens, it's important to remember to take special precautions to protect yourself from the cold weather.

  3. Halloween Safety

    Planning ahead can help make this Halloween a fire-safe one.

  4. Holiday Safety

    The winter holidays are a time for celebration, and that means more cooking, home decorating, entertaining, and an increased risk of fire due to heating equipment.

  5. Spring Safety

    Spring is the ideal time to check our homes and yards for dangerous materials and unsafe conditions and to spend the time to protect our families and our properties.

  6. Summer Safety

    It's possible to enjoy a sizzling-hot summer without getting burned! By following these quick and simple steps, we can all keep summer activities fun and fire-safe.

  7. Winter Safety

    Find safety tips for kerosene heaters and wood burning heat sources.