This useful Spanish kitchen fire prevention brochure provides the recipe for a clean, safe kitchen. Half of all house fires start in the kitchen. But, with the Kitchen Fire Prevention: Cook Up Something Safe pamphlet, you can help people in your community reduce this risk. Simple steps can reduce the risk of kitchen fires. From basic cleaning tips to safe steps for using stoves, microwaves, coffee pots, and other electrical appliances. Kitchen fires result in about $900 million of property damage each year, as well as 500 injuries, and 300 deaths. Making prevention efforts that much more important.
In addition to covering safe cooking habits, the handout notes when to use a fire extinguisher as well as how to put out various kitchen fires. The pamphlet also addresses first aid for burns. It covers these topics in a straightforward and easy to understand manner, making it a valuable reference that will be used again and again.
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This pamphlet is also available in English.
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For more information on kitchen fires, click on fema.gov.