Providing a warm shelter during these winter months should not be the only comfort you are bestowing on your families; making sure you are prepared and aware of fire dangers should be a top priority. Fire safety is about more than just knowing how to dial 911 or installing a few smoke detectors believing your work is now done. Be prepared, be vigilant. With over a hundred accidental fire deaths in Georgia so far this year, Georgia Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner urges people to take extra precautions. A few simple safety guidelines could prove to be just the thing you need to protect your family this year. Please everyone take the time to make sure you are prepared throughout our holiday season not just for celebration, but for the safety of your loved ones as well.
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Insurance commissioner offers home heating safety tips