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FIRE SAFETY - What have you got?

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Radley Tue 17-Jul-07 16:25:15

I went on a fire safety course the other week with work and it has really made me sit back and think.

I have recently bought some safety stuff and wondered who else has got them

Fire Extinguisher - £25.00
Fire Blanket - £10.00
Fire alarm with escape light - £12.00

I have also now got a carbon monoxide alarm situated in the centre of the house.

meandmy Tue 17-Jul-07 16:26:57

you sound well prepared, got two fire alarms which are connected to my electrics

Carnoodleusfudge Tue 17-Jul-07 16:36:35

Hard wired smoke alarms throughout house and heat detector in kitchen - means I can burn sauasages without all going off.

Carbon monoxide detector next to boiler

Fire extinguisher

Fire blanket in kitchen

Torches with batteries upstairs and downstairs

Also all window locks have the keys next to them in every room

Radley Tue 17-Jul-07 16:38:01

The carbon monoxide alarm i have says that it's not to be placed next to the boiler, I thought that would be the obvious place

I'm looking for a heat alarm for the kitchen too,.

Carnoodleusfudge Tue 17-Jul-07 16:38:54

Oh...am off to check monoxide one then

mytwopenceworth Tue 17-Jul-07 16:39:43

smoke detectors in every room (except kitchen) and hallway and landing.
Carbon monoxide & fire alarm (voice alert) near boiler
Fire blanket in kitchen
Fire extinguisher in kitchen
Fire extinguisher hung by stairs
Fire safety storybook for kids
Escape route planned!

Radley Tue 17-Jul-07 16:40:03

Don't take my word for it, they may all be different.

AbRoller Tue 17-Jul-07 16:56:49

I'm not half as prepared as many of you.

Smoke alarm in the hall and landing
Extinguisher in kitchen
fire blanket in kitchen
Panic alarm to monitoring company
escape route planned.

Very glad I came to this thread, never thought of the window keys. I'll be spending money this week!

jura Tue 17-Jul-07 17:03:50

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

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