OFM Public Education – November 2018


What’s the risk in November?

  • 8% of annual loss fires occur in November
  • Average of 37 injuries
  • Average of 7 fatalities

Top ignition sources:

  • cooking
  • heating equipment
  • cigarettes

2007-2016 Ontario avg. fire losses, Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management


November’s Fire Safety Concerns

  • heating equipment
  • carbon monoxide
  • cooking

Prevention

Cooking Fire Safety
Heating Equipment
Smoking Fire Safety

It’s Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week: November 1-7, 2018
The Hawkins Gignac Act proclaims the week beginning on November 1 of each year as Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week. No matter which day of the week it is, November 1 is always the start of Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week.

Did you know that over 65% of carbon monoxide deaths occur in homes?

Change Your Clocks, Change Your Batteries:

Clocks will fall back one hour at 2 am on Sunday, November 4. Change the batteries in your smoke and CO alarms when you change your clocks.

Autumn Fire Safety Tips
TSSA Autumn Watch Booklet
TSSA Autumn Checklist


Detection

Fire Safety Equipment


Escape

Plan Your Escape


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