Smoke Detectors FREE

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Jeff Silvey
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Smoke Detectors FREE

Postby Jeff Silvey » Sat Oct 24, 2009 6:25 am

For those of you that are in the Fire/EMS service here is something for your department to look into. There is a Check list that is very helpful to us all.

First Alert Offers Free Smoke Alarms to Fire Corps Programs for Fire Prevention Initiatives

To assist your Fire Corps program in providing critical services to your community through home safety checks and other fire prevention activities, First Alert is providing free smoke alarms to registered Fire Corps programs. Your program may apply for smoke alarms by filling out the Smoke Alarm Request Form. Please keep in mind that quantities are limited and restrictions apply. Fire Corps also provides a Home Safety Checklist to help your Fire Corps team implement home safety checks in your community. Find these resources and more at
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