On Your Child’s Life: Why You Should Check Your Smoke AlarmsApril 20, 2017
It’s always a good thing to check your smoke alarms – whatever the time of year. After all, a fire can start any time.
In 2014, 197 people died in house fires in Britain; 15 were children. The government has mounted the Fire Kills campaign to raise awareness. On this link you’ll find valuable information on fire safety in the home and in the workplace. Here you can see fire safety information for landlords.
You are 4 times more likely to die in a fire if you have no working smoking alarm.The key word here is “working”. Is the battery empty? How would you know? To find out, we strongly recommend you watch this video: On Your Child’s Life.
At TBS we stock the Kidde Home Safety Pack , comprising smoke and carbon monoxide alarms. So, if you haven’t got smoke alarms in your home, or if they fail the “working” test, call by and pick up a Safety Pack – for peace of mind.