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MENDHAM BUREAU OF FIRE PREVENTION 

L.E.A. #1418-001 

FIRE PREVENTION THROUGH PLANNING, EDUCATION & CODE ENFORCEMENT

HAVE A FIRE SAFE 2017

HEAD LINE NEWS -

    DOWNLOAD GUIDE TO THE NEW 

NEW JERSEY CARBON MONOXIDE ALARM REQUIREMENTS

   

THANK YOU CITY FIRE EQUIPMENT COMPANY FOR PROVIDING THIS GUIDE 


http://www.cityfire.com/the-guideline-to-the-new-jersey-carbon-monoxide-regulations 



Stay safe this winter season!

Visit www.usfa.fema.gov/winter/ for free materials and messages to help increase awareness about the dangers of carbon monoxide (CO) and keep your community safe from CO poisoning.



 
Adopt - A - Hydrant

Snowstorms can cause plenty of traffic headaches, but Mendham's firefighters want people to be aware of a secondary problem that may develop.

When you're working with a shovel or a plow, please pay attention to where you're putting your mounds of snow. To many times these piles can end up on top of a fire hydrant making it difficult or near impossible for firefighters to find.

We're asking people to "Adopt-A-Hydrant" on their street and keep it clear of snow drifts. We can loose precious amounts of time looking for a fire hydrant, or having to shovel one out, so we can connect to it. Try to prevent hydrants near your home or business from being buried. Please dig them out if they are buried.

One more reminder:  Make sure your house numbers haven't been covered by snow. Having your address readily visible helps fire, police or ambulance crews find your home more quickly in an emergency.

REMEMBER

CHANGE YOUR CLOCK - CHANGE YOUR SMOKE DETECTOR & CO ALARM BATTERIES 


                               

 


Disclaimer

The Borough of Mendham and the Mendham Bureau of Fire Prevention assume no liability for damages incurred directly or indirectly as a result of errors, omissions or discrepancies in the information provided in the Mendham Bureau of Fire Prevention web site. Moreover, the Borough of Mendham and the Mendham Bureau of Fire Prevention are not responsible for the content nor endorse any site, which has a link from this site.

This site was developed to provide general information. Information obtained through these Web pages may be incorrect or not current. The Bureau of Fire Prevention and the Borough of Mendham shall not be liable for any losses caused by reliance on information you obtain on the Internet.

JANUARY 2017