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Cook Safely

Did you know?

Cooking is the main cause of home fires and fire injuries. You can prevent cooking fires. Take these steps to keep your family safe!

 

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Carbon Monoxide Safety

Carbon monoxide or CO is a colorless and odorless gas. CO poisoning can occur when a fuel-burning appliance or machine, such as a furnace, heater or generator, is not working or vented properly. Breathing in CO at high levels can be fatal.

Learn what you can do to protect your family from the dangers of CO.

  • Install and maintain CO alarms inside your home to provide early warning of CO.
  • Install CO alarms in a central location outside each
    separate sleeping area and on every level of your home.
  • Use portable generators outdoors in well-ventilated
    areas away from all doors, windows and vents.
  • Make sure vents for the dryer, furnace, stove and
    fireplace are clear of snow and other debris.
  • Remove vehicles from the garage immediately after starting.

The Somerset Fire Department is currently seeking new members to help serve our community. Responding to almost 400 calls for service per year is a demanding job and WE NEED YOUR HELP! To learn how you can serve your community call 445.4343 for more information. Volunteer Today

No experience necessary!

Great benefits including...

  • FREE Training
  • Great life EXPERIENCE
  • Be a part of a TEAM
  • FREE annual physical
  • Lifelong CAMARADERIE
  • FREE fitness membership
  • The opportunity to make a DIFFERENCE!
Incident Report for Aprill 2017
Structure fire (mutual assist)
1
Smoke in a structure
1
Vehicle fire
1
Controlled burn
1
Small fire of minimal damage
1
Automatic alarms
3
Automatic alarm (mutual assist)
1
Odor investigation
1
Vehicle accidents
4
Ambulance assist
1
 
 
 
 
Total Incident Count:
15
Incident Report for March 2017
Smoke in structure
1
Flue fire (mutual assist)
1
Appliance fire
1
Utility wires burning
1
Controlled burn
1
Automatic alarms
5
Odor investigations
2
Vehicle accidents
8
Physical rescue
1
Missing person search (mutual assist)
1
Fuel  spill
1
Ruptured gas line
1
Downed trees
2
Traffic control
1
Total Incident Count:
27

 

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