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Fichas de seguridad NFPA frente a riesgos comunes.

Posted by Firestation en 20/06/2011

NFPA offers safety tip sheets on a variety of fire and life safety topics. Download, print and share these tip sheets to spread the word about fire safety.

fireworks safety

Fireworks (PDF, 633 KB)
Few people understand the associated risks with fireworks – devastating burns, other injuries, fires, and even death.

lightning safety

Lightning (PDF, 680 KB) – UPDATED
Fires started by lightning peak in the summer months and in the late afternoon and early evening.

Smoke alarms for people who are deaf or hard of hearing

Smoke alarms for people who are deaf or hard of hearing  (PDF, 1.5 MB)
Smoke alarms save lives. However, people who are deaf or hard of hearing may not be able to depend on the traditional smoke alarm to alert them to a fire.

grilling safety

Grilling (PDF, 427 KB) – UPDATED
A grill placed too close to anything that can burn is a fire hazard.

washer and dryer safety

Clothes dryer (PDF, 105 KB)
The leading cause of home clothes dryer and washer fires is failure to clean them.

cooking safety

Cooking (PDF, 171 KB)
Cooking fires are the #1 cause of home fires and home fire injuries.

escape planning

Escape planning (PDF, 444 KB) – UPDATED
Fire can spread rapidly through your home, leaving you as little as two minutes to escape safely once the alarm sounds.

campus safety

Campus (PDF, 1 MB) – UPDATED
The number of reported fires dormitories increased 34% from 3,200 in 1980 to 4,290 in 2006.

generator safety

Generators (PDF, 113 KB)
The most common dangers associated with portable generators are carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning, electrical shock or electrocution, and fire hazards.

candle safety

Candles (PDF, 792 KB) – UPDATED
Candles may be pretty to look at but they are a cause of home fires — and home fire deaths.

Halloween safety

Halloween (PDF, 348 KB)
Take simple fire safety precautions, like making sure fabrics for costumes and decorative materials are flame-resistant.

heating safety

Heating (PDF, 634 KB)
Half (49%) of all home heating fires occur in December, January and February.

high-rise appartment and codo safety

HIgh-rise apartments & condominiums (PDF, 584 KB)
People living in a high-rise apartment or condominium building need to think ahead and be prepared in the event of a fire.

Home fire sprinklers

Home fire sprinklers (PDF, 1 MB)
Sprinklers can save lives and property from fire by responding quickly and effectively.

hotel safety

Hotels/Motels (PDF, 305 KB)
Choose a hotel that’s protected by both smoke alarms and a fire sprinkler system.

Christmas tree safety

Christmas trees (PDF, 1 MB) – UPDATED
Each year, fire departments respond to an average of 210 structure fires caused by Christmas trees.

smoke alarm safety

Smoke alarms (PDF, 219 KB)
Smoke alarms that are properly installed and maintained play a vital role in reducing fire deaths and injuries.

Thanksgiving safety tips

Thanksgiving safety (PDF, 868 KB)
The kitchen is the heart of the home, especially at Thanksgiving.

  winter safety

Winter holiday (PDF, 962 KB)
Winter holidays are a time for families and friends to get together. But that also means a greater risk for fire.

carbon monoxide safety

Carbon Monoxide (PDF, 612 KB)
Often called the silent killer, carbon monoxide is an invisible, odorless, colorless gas created when fuels burn incompletely.

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