Information for the Home

  1. Carbon Monoxide

    Carbon monoxide poisoning is the leading cause of accidental deaths in the United States. Carbon monoxide detectors are now required in all residential occupancies statewide.

  2. Exit Drills in the Home (EDITH)

    Every year thousands of people die or are injured in house fires. With proper awareness, prevention, and preparation, this number can be significantly reduced.

  3. Guidelines & Regulations

    See various regulations and guidelines.

  4. Kitchen Safety

    The kitchen can be a very dangerous place if the appropriate precautions are not taken. Every year, numerous people die or are injured in the kitchen due to fire, poisonings, burns, and electric shock.

  5. Living With Wildfire (PDF)

    Read tips on being prepared for wildfires from the Burn Institute.

  6. Smoke Detectors

    Smoke detectors can significantly reduce the chance of death or injury from fires in the home.

  7. Wildfire Defensible Space

    Creating defensible space around your home can help prevent the damage caused by wildfires.

  8. Electrical Fire Hazard Information

    Information on electrical fire hazards