Electrical Safety: Fire Facts for Students

Electrical Safety: Fire Facts for Students

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and fire prevention tips with a special focus on students and the possibility of preventing fires in their dorms and how they can protect themselves in the face of fire. Tips include facts about fires and how to respond if there is a fire in their space, proper usage of outlets and electrical cords, the importance of smoke alarms plus cooking tips and other directives for keeping student’s dorm safe and free of fires. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart, Students! 

Special Thanks to Orangetownnews.com, to Orange Town News, and to Orange Fire Marshall’s Office for the article, September is “Campus Fire Safety Month.” 

 

Electrical Safety: Fire Prevention Preparedness

Electrical Safety: Fire Prevention Preparedness

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and fire prevention tips with a special focus on smoke alarms and how they can protect you in case of fire. Tips include the main cause of home fire deaths, the importance of smoke alarms and why having working batteries is so important, how often to change your smoke alarm batteries and how often to change your smoke alarms to be sure your fire prevention in your home is in proper working order for your fire protection benefit. Also mentioned are type of fire extinguishers and how to use one if you need to. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a homeowner to help protect your and your loved ones from fire! 

Special Thanks to DailyTidings.com, to Ashland Daily Tidings, to Terri Eubanks, Ashland Fire and Rescue Community Preparedness Coodinator, to Mayor Bill de Blasio, and to National Fire Protection Association for the article, Fire Safety: Defend Your Home. 

Electrical Safety: Fire Prevention in the Kitchen

Electrical Safety: Fire Prevention in the Kitchen

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and fire prevention tips with a special focus on kitchen safety and what you can do to reduce the possibility of fire and how you can handle a kitchen fire if it does happen. Tips include kid safety, combustible removal, proper cooking procedures during cooking and in case of a grease fire in order to contain the fire, keeping the rest of the home safe as well as other people in the house. Also mentioned are the importance of a fire escape plan and use of working smoke alarms and where to place them. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart when cooking in the kitchen to help prevent fires!

Please note the year mentioned in the video is not current but the tips are evergreen! 

Special Thanks to City of Suffolk VA, Tim Kelley of Interim Media and Community Relations Manager and to James Dixons, Fire Marshal Captain, for the video, Safety First-Kitchen Fire Safety. 

Electrical Safety: Where is the Fire Hazard?

Electrical Safety: Where is the Fire Hazard?

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and fire prevention tips with a special focus on appliance fires and how we can prevent them. Tips include proper handling and maintenance of kitchen appliances, including toasters and clothes dryers, as well as the electrical wiring of these devices, plus hazards with electrical outlets and what to do about them. Be proactive in maintenance and usage of your electrical appliances to help prevent electrical fires. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart with your home appliances!

Special Thanks to Steadfast Fire Extinguishers Toronto | Fire Protection for the video, Fire Unexpected Fire Hazards You Might Find in Your Home. 

Electrical Safety: Hazards in the Kitchen

Electrical Safety: Hazards in the Kitchen

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and fire prevention tips in visual/demonstration form with a special focus on kitchen and cooking safety. Various contexts are shown with outlets, pots on the stove, toaster usage and other scenarios showing what’s safe and what isn’t when it comes to cooking on the stove top or with using an appliance in the kitchen and what you can do to take action in prevention of fire or containing one. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart when cooking in the kitchen!

Special Thanks to HazardHousemodeltech YouTube Channel, The Hazard Kitchen, and ModelTech International for the video, The Hazard Kitchen|Portable Kitchen Fire Simulator|ModelTech Int’l. 

Electrical Safety: Kitchen Appliance Tips

Electrical Safety: Kitchen Appliance Tips

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety, fire prevention and shock prevention tips with a special focus on kitchen appliance safety and how you can protect yourself from hazards. Tips include proper use of the stove top, maintenance of electrical wires on appliances, and when to unplug small appliances. Also mentioned are ways to prevent kitchen fires. Stay aware of what you are doing when cooking in the kitchen and take extra steps to take good care of your appliances. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart in your kitchen!

Special Thanks to Sears Home Services for the video, Kitchen Safety Tips: 4 Ways to Help Prevent Fires. 

Electrical Safety: Be Prepared and Stay Fire Safe!

Electrical Safety: Be Prepared and Stay Fire Safe!

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares an electrical safety and fire prevention word with a special focus on avoiding electrical and fire hazards and being prepared in case of fire in your home. Tips include how to avoid outlet overload that can lead to fire, cooking safety, smoke alarm maintenance to provide additional protection in case of fire as well as a fire escape plan so everyone knows where to go and how to get out in case of fire. Don’t play with fire starters and stay safe in case of fire. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart with your family in your home to help prevent fires!

Special Thanks to Victor Fire Department for the video, Fire Prevention 24/7. 

Electrical Safety: Hazards in the Home

Electrical Safety: Hazards in the Home

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and fire prevention tips with a special focus on hazards in the home and what you can do to avoid them. Tips include proper use of extension cords and outlets, how appliances should be plugged in, cooking safety to avoid kitchen fires, and the hazards associated with space heaters and how you can use them safely. Pay close attention and maintain and properly use the electrical goods in your home to help prevent electrical fires. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a homeowner!

Special Thanks to Blogs.lawyers.com, to Arthur L Bugay, and to the Philadelphia Fire Department for the article, Philadelphia Fire Department Compiles Home Fire Safety Recommendations. 

Electrical Safety: Prevent Fires in Your Kitchen

Electrical Safety: Prevent Fires in Your Kitchen

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and fire prevention tips with a special focus on kitchen safety and how to avoid electrical and cooking fires. Tips include stove top usage, how to keep your kids safe in the kitchen, outlet safety and prevention of overload which can lead to fire, electrical cord maintenance of electrical kitchen appliances such as microwaves, as well as the added protection of smoke alarms and fire extinguishers in case of an electrical or cooking fire. Take care in the kitchen by following these tips so you and your family can stay safe. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart when cooking to prevent fires!

Special Thanks to City of Greenville, South Carolina and to Claude Turner, Fire Inspector II, for the video, Preventing Kitchen Fires.

Electrical Safety: Possible Fire “Spots” in Your Home

Electrical Safety: Possible Fire “Spots” in Your Home

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and fire prevention tips with a special focus on areas in your home that can lead to fire and what you can do to make those hazard “spots” become safe places. Tips include fireplace safety, electrical box safety, keeping combustibles away from stove along with other cooking tips, plus other fire prevention focus tips. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart this winter when fires are more likely to occur!

Special Thanks to WOODTV8 for the video, Video: Spotting Fire House in Your House.