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NFPA’s spooky fire safety tips featured on Martha Stewart Living

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By LisaMarie Sinatra

As I have mentioned in past posts, NFPA has been working with the folks at Martha Stewart Living to provide important fire safety tips for all of the projects and activities we do at home and with our families.

And now, we’re excited to share our newest post with you! If you’re like me, you probably can’t even believe we’re talking about Halloween (wasn’t it just summer??) but it’s just around the corner. So, you’ll want to check out our latestcreepy crawl-yHalloween fire safety tips on Martha’s site.​ There are some great ideas for costumes, decorations and candles that are easy to implement in your own home and can really help keep your family, trick-or-treaters and others who visit your house over the next few weeks and on October 31, fire safe.

Find other great resources for Halloween fire safety on our updated Halloween webpage. You’ll discover activities for kids and families, a video, tips sheet and much more.

Remember to stay fire safe this Halloween holiday, everyone, and have a fun and festive All Hallows Eve!

Source:: NFPA – Safety Information


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