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Energy Adviser: LEDs brighten holiday nights
... outdoor conditions. For safety outside, use an extension cord rated for outside use by the
for lighting. Energy Adviser is written by Clark Public Utilities. Send...
Read more at The Columbian
Health experts give tips on CO poisoning preventi...
... asphyxiation. CO poisoning symptoms are: CO poisoning prevention tips are: Install an
approved CO monitor on each level of your home. Check or replace the battery...
Read more at FOX 13 Utah
SALT LAKE CITY
Department of Health
Poison Control Center
Holidays bring home-fire safety percautions
... need to be inspected to ensure there aren’t any frayed cords and that they are UL (
) approved. The information will be on a tag. A common mistake is leaving...
Read more at The Augusta Chronicle
Augusta Fire Department
American Red Cross
National Fire Protection Agency
I-Team Investigation: Detector Danger
... Occupational Safety and Health Administration or OSHA recommends CO levels below 50 ppm.
or U-L standards require the devices to sound the alarm within 15- minutes...
Read more at CBS Dallas - Fort Worth
Group: Make Halloween safe
... loose connections. Make sure lights are certified by a recognized organization such as the
, Canadian Standards Association or the
of Canada. Do...
Read more at Denton Record-Chronicle
U.S. Fire Administration
Denton Fire Department
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