Every year, thousands of lives are lost and billions of dollars’ worth of property is damaged as the result of household fires. Tragically, many of these fires could have been prevented by following basic fire safety guidelines. Some of these safety guidelines are available here on this information sheet. Help protect yourself, your tenants and your property with this fire safety information sheet. Topics covered on this fact sheet include preventing major types of household fires and the importance of planning escape routes. It also includes information to help children and the elderly to escape from a house fire, and several other tips. This Working Together For Home Fire Safety Fact Sheet can be a helpful addition to your standard new tenant welcome package.
A wise bear once said, “Only you can prevent …Fires.” Now you have help, with The Working Together For Home Fire Safety Fact Sheet. This fact sheet contains information from FEMA to help not only prevent home fires, but to also help prevent injuries and fatalities caused by fires in the home. The Working Together For Home Fire Safety Fact Sheet includes tips like smoke alarm maintenance and creating emergency evacuation plans. The fact sheet also has information on preventing electrical fires.
Thousands of Americans are injured in fires every year. This Home Fire Safety Fact Sheet can help reduce this number of injuries. The Working Together For Home Fire Safety Fact sheet will help plan ahead to prevent fires in rental properties, as well as help reduce your risk as a landlord. This pamphlet also has contact information for FEMA. This potentially lifesaving fact sheet is a great addition in welcome packages for new tenants.
Offer the Working Together for Home Fire Safety informational document in your lease or provide it to your tenants separately. Keep a copy of this document on hand for your ongoing landlord/management duties.