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6 Steps to Fire Safety Training in Your Adult Residential Care Facility

By Heather Brown
September 02, 2016

Fires are unpredictable and occur in the blink of an eye. Common fire starters include faulty wiring, wildfires, and human error. When they happen – they bring destruction, stress, chaos, and sometimes injury and death. According to FEMA, older adults are 2.5 times more likely to die as a result of a fire than other ...

Fire Safety Tips

By Heather Brown
January 29, 2015

Safety in the workplace should be a priority. Having safety meetings once per month is essential for ensuring employees know what to do when an emergency comes up in their environment. One topic that is not discussed enough is fire safety. Knowing how to handle a fire incident properly is important for keeping everyone safe ...

What to do After a Fire

By brian barrick
September 11, 2013

Having your property damaged by fire can be devasting. Your insurance account manager is there to help you through the process and answer any questions you might have. There are a couple things that you can do first though. Do not enter your property and walk around. You may want to view the damage up ...

Creating a Valuable Fire Safety plan

By brian barrick
April 16, 2013

Running an assisted living home is no piece of cake. It is a job which curtails 24/7 vigilance. If a person staying on their own has an accident it’s their fault, but if the same person lives in a assisted living home and has the same type of accident then it’s the liability of the ...

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