Safety Tips: Smoke Alarms

Safety Tips: Smoke Alarms

Hi I’m Lorraine from the National Fire Protection Association. Did you know that the majority of fire deaths happen in homes where there is either no smoke alarms or no working smoke alarms? We’re going to provide you with some important safety information to help you protect your family in the event that you have…

How to Test and Install a Smoke Alarm

How to Test and Install a Smoke Alarm

The American Red Cross reminds you to check the smoke alarms in your home monthly. And to replace the batteries once a year. Checking your smoke alarm only takes a few moments and can provide lifesaving protection for your family. To test your smoke alarm, take these two easy steps each month: Press the test…

Smoke Alarm Squad

Smoke Alarm Squad

Hey! All the smoke alarms are here tonight! Host: I just want to say a couple things about Ol’ Hal here. Let’s remember, he’s a hero and saved this house and family when he spotted that kitchen fire. *applause* You’ve had a good ten years. We’ll miss you, Hal. Hey, it’s Hal’s replacement! Check out…

Spotter RF identifies onsite threats 24/7

Spotter RF identifies onsite threats 24/7

– [Narrator] Protection, prevention, security. The times in which we live demand attention to on-site threat identification. To continue delivery of service to the wider community and secure the safety of those on-site, facilities such as electrical substations require 24/7 visibility, awareness, and protection. – Historically, electrical substations, from a security standpoint, are monitored by…

Met Police Driving School

Met Police Driving School

Mirror, junction ahead, expect pedestrians. Bus on the nearside, mirror, mindful of the lorry Horses on the nearside now, mirror, cancel those sirens early Checking for pedestrians, a lot of traffic now, vehicle pulled over, thank you sir Mirror, a lot of traffic now, back off early – give these vehicles time to react to…