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Q: When developing your home fire escape plan, how many ways out of each room should you consider and what are some examples?
A: You should have 2 ways out of each room. Examples include windows, doors and fire escapes.
Q: How often should you change the batteries in your smoke detectors?
A: Twice a year. when you change your clocks forward and back.
Q: True or False - If your clothing ever catches fire you should run to a river, lake or swimming pool and jump in to extinguish the flames.
A: False - Stop, Drop and Roll
Q: What does the acronym E.D.I.T.H. stand for?
A: Exit Drill In The Home
Q: What are the three things needed for a fire to start?
A: Fuel, Oxygen and Heat
Q: Where in your home should smoke alarms be installed?
A: Inside each bedroom, outside each sleeping area and on every level of the home, including the basement. On levels without bedrooms, install alarms in the living room (or den or family room) or near the stairway to the upper level, or in both locations.
Q: What verbal cue is used to remember the proper procedure for using a fire extinguisher