The first Thanksgiving Day was celebrated in 1637. Thanksgiving is a great time to connect with your family and/or friends, during a wonderful meal. With Thanksgiving dinner being the highlight of the holiday, fire safety should be a primary concern. According to the National Fire Protection Agency, Thanksgiving is the peak day of the year for fires, so plan your holiday celebration in advance to ensure you have a plan for safely creating the meal. Take a look at this chart based on the NFPA’s “Home Fires Involving Cooking Equipment Report” that illustrates the main causes of fire accidents.
Basic Fire Safety Tips:
Following these tips will help you avoid accidents on Thanksgiving Day. Have a happy and safe Thanksgiving!
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