When you enter a house or buidling, most likely you assume it is safe and was properly constructed in accordance with building codes. "To ensure buildings are safe requires the active participation of property owners, tenants, construction industry experts, and building safety and fire prevention officials," said Chief Building Official Will Birchfield.
The following Safety Tips are short, to the point, and easy to understand. It's better to be safe than sorry!
|BUILDING SAFETY TIPS|
|The Sound of Safety (smoke and carbon monoxide alarms)|
|Don't Let Electrical Cords Create a Danger in Your House!|
|Do I Need a Permit for My Home Project?|
|Don't Let YourGasAppliances Starve for Air!|
|Make a Safe Exit (exit paths and passages)|