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Welcome to the Home Safety Council?s Bottom Line Blog. The Bottom Line Blog relays important information contributed by national safety experts to help our Expert Network members keep up on the latest safety news and trends. We also update the Blog weekly to provide information on upcoming HSC and other industry news and events relevant to fire and life safety professionals. Please read our Rules of Engagement and feel free to post your comments and questions in response to any of our blog entries. If you haven?t already registered for the HSC Online Community, please click here to register now. Once you?ve registered with the site, you?ll be able to post comments here and join in Forum discussions. If you have any questions about registration, click here to read our FAQs.
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Fire Safety At Home

Fires and burns are the third leading cause of unintentional home injury and related deaths. You can start practicing fire safety by developing a fire escape plan with your family. Draw a floor plan of your home and find two ways out of every room — the door and maybe the window — and sketch them clearly on the floor plan.Then, be sure to practice a fire drill with your family to make sure everyone knows where to go and what to do if there is a fire in your home.


Click here for safety advice that will reduce the chance of fire in your home.




Water Safety at Home

Young children are vulnerable to hot water burns in the winter and all year round. Closely watch your children every second to make sure they have fun and stay safe in the tub. To protect against scald burns, check your hot water heater to make sure the temperature is set to 100 degrees Fahrenheit and always be sure to run your hand through the water to test for hot spots before letting children in the tub.

Yard Safety

Taking care of your lawn and garden is a great excuse to get outside and enjoy the warm, spring weather. Whether you’re planting herbs and flowers or bringing your lawn back to life after the harsh winter, take time to review the Home Safety Council’s advice before heading out into the yard. Click here for tips to help keep you and loved ones safe while caring for your lawn and garden.

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