Fire Prevention Week 2021 news

Knox Safety Survey Shows Less Than 50% Of Respondents Recognize The Sounds Of Home Safety

A recent Qualtrics survey revealed that U.S. consumers are often confused about the sounds emitted from home safety devices and are unsure how and when to react. When presented with an audible carbon monoxide (CO) alarm’s beep, only 34% of Spanish-speaking respondents and 47% of English-speaking respondents, were able to identify the beep emitted from a CO alarm. Most respondents were also unable to distinguish the difference between the beeps from a CO alarm, smoke alarm, or microwave ov...

Kidde Celebrates NFPA Fire Prevention Week "Learn The Sounds Of Fire Safety" Campaign

For over 95 years, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) has raised fire safety awareness during Fire Prevention Week, held annually the first week of October. This year's theme, "Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety," is especially important as Americans spend more time working, studying, or recreating in their homes. In support of this vital initiative, Kidde is proud to offer helpful alarm tips and information as part of Carrier's Healthy Homes Program. Kidde is a part of Carrier Gl...

NFPA The Official Sponsor Of Fire Prevention Week™ Has Announced Learn The Sounds Of Fire Safety As The Theme

The National Fire Protection Association® (NFPA), the official sponsor of Fire Prevention Week™ for 99 years, has announced “Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety™” as the theme for Fire Prevention Week, October 3-9, 2021. From beeps to chirps, this year’s campaign works to better educate the public about the sounds smoke alarms make, what those sounds mean, and how to respond to them.  “Smoke alarms have played a leading role in...

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