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Heating Safety
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By Fire Prevention Chair Patsy Will
February 15, 2018

Spring is right around the corner, and the temperature outside will slowly begin to rise. However, we still have several more weeks of cold weather to contend with before we can retire the fire place and turn off the space heaters for the year. Did you know that heating equipment is one of the leading causes of home fire deaths? Whil you are still using a heating source in your home or work place, it's critical that you continue to maintain the upkeep of the equipment, and be mindful exercise safe practices with all heating sources. Below are some tips to help you stay safe and warm for the remainder of the winter season.

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