Fire Safety

After String Of Fires, Bucks County Officials Warn About Fireplace SafetySince late November there have been six house fires throughout Bucks County that can be attributed directly to fireplaces.
Red Cross Focuses On Fire Prevention For MLK DayDr. Martin Luther King's birthday has been designated by Congress as a 'Day of Service'. The Red Cross is focusing on fire prevention.
Fire Safety During The HolidaysPhiladelphia Fire Commissioner Lloyd Ayers says safety is the greatest gift you can give, and taking a minute to show your family how to escape the house in case of fire makes all the difference.
Philly Fire Commissioner Urges Safety As Summertime Grilling Season PeaksFire commissioner Lloyd Ayers wants Philadelphia residents to use care when firing up the outdoor grill.
Smoke Detectors
Smoke Detectors Available For Gloucester County Residents Atlantic City Electric is offering smoke detectors to Gloucester County residents in need of a new one.
Local Red Cross and Animal Sheltering Group Make Fridays a Fire Safety DayThe Red Cross of Southeastern Pennsylvania has teamed up with Red Paw Emergency Relief, an animal safety organization, for "Fire Safe Fridays."
Safety Tips Offered By Philadelphia Fire Commissioner Philadelphia fire commissioner Lloyd Ayers is reminding all residents to follow some helpful fire safety tips.
Don't Forget To 'Fall Back' On Nov. 4This Sunday, Nov. 4th, residents will be setting their clocks back an hour.
Philadelphia Fire Commissioner Offers His Annual Holiday Tree AdvicePhiladelphia fire commissioner Lloyd Ayers wants to make sure those families that celebrate by putting a Christmas tree in their living rooms do so safely.
Fire Safety Concern Shuts Down Occupy Philly's Warming HutCity officials this morning removed a potentially dangerous propane tank from a structure set up by protesters at the "Occupy Philadelphia" encampment.
Area Red Cross Launches Campaign Highlighting Home Fire Relief EffortsOn Thursday, the Red Cross showed off a re-creation of a home fire scene, designed with the help of the Philadelphia Fire Department, that will be on display in Septa's Market East station for the rest of the month.