Summer is almost here. NFPA offers five key tips for keeping it fire-safe

As the world opens up again and people make plans for a season ahead full of outdoor activities, use of outdoor fuel-based equipment like grills, fire pits, and campfires will surely increase substantively. While these types of equipment do present potential fire hazards, by following these five recommendations, associated risks can be minimized:
Make sure your gas grill is working properly

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Source:: NFPA – Safety Information


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