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Bicycle Helmets

Bicycle Helmets   Bicycle helmets prevent head injuries. Just a few minutes learning some bicycle safety rules and how to properly wear a helmet can make someone safer for life.Fire District 6 offers free bicycle helmets courtesy of grants from SW Washington Medical Center Trauma Services and Wal-Mart. These helmets are available to children with...

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Blood Pressure Checks

Blood Pressure Checks   Blood Pressure Checks Many members of our community live with high blood pressure. Medication is commonly prescribed to treat this problem. People often work through adjustments to their medication until the levels are acceptable. Doctors at times will ask their patients to check their blood pressure regularly to determine how effective...

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Fall Preventions

Fall Preventions   Please contact our Public Education Coordinator at (360) 576-1195 for information on Fall Prevention. LEARN MORE LEARN MORE LEARN MORE

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Fire Safety & Prevention

Fire Safety & Prevention     U.S. fire departments responded to an estimated 1,642,500 fires. These fires resulted in 3,245 civilian fire fatalities, 16,400 civilian fire injuries and an estimated $11,307,000,000 in direct property loss. There was a civilian fire death every 162 minutes and a civilian fire injury every 32 minutes in 2006. Home...

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Home Safety Evaluation

Home Safety Evaluation     Watching for fire hazards and having a home fire escape plan provide your family with the knowledge to be safer from fire. Fill out the checklist below to help you determine how safe your family is.Still not sure? Contact us to set up a home safety evaluation at your convenience. Firefighters...

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Youth Firesetter Intervention Program

Youth Firesetter Intervention Program   Children and Fire:- Identifying and correcting firesetting behaviorIs Child fireplay a problem? The National Fire Protection Agency reports that fires set by young children in the United States annually result in: 95,000 fires. Over 300 deaths 3,000 injuries $300 million in property damage: Is juvenile arson a problem? The FBI Crime...

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Smoke Detectors/Alarms

Smoke Detectors/Alarms   What you need to know about Smoke Detectors Smoke Detectors Save Lives The majority of FATAL home fires happen at night, when people are asleep.An inexpensive smoke detector placed properly will sound an alarm, alerting you of the potential fire danger. This gives you time to escape safely and reduces your chance of...

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