Smoke Alarms: last line of defense

We are closing in on the winter season and unfortunately with colder temperatures, the chances of fire occurring in our homes increases. Smoke alarms are our last line of defense because they can pick up the odor of burning materials when we are sleeping. Our noses fall asleep when we do, which means that without working smoke alarms installed in proper areas of your home, as recommended by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), we lack the ability to be alerted and get out.

The NFPA recommends a smoke alarm be installed:

-one each level of your home

-in every bedroom

-outside each bedroom or in a hallway

Remember, 2/3 of home fire deaths result from non-working or absent smoke alarms!

A working smoke alarm cuts fire deaths by 50%! 

Take it from our experienced firefighters, smoke alarms make the difference between survival and death.

Home Fire Safety & Preparedness

Emanuel Hospital Burn Center Donor

Code 3 Safety & Training has donated over $20,000 to the Burn Center since its inception and has given regularly to other non-profit charities, including Willamette Valley Hospice in Salem, Oregon and Community Home Health and Hospice in Longview. It is our way of giving back to the local communities we serve.

To learn more about the burn center’s mission, please go to

Dear Mr. Stabell,
“On behalf of Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center, thank you for your generous financial support of our mission. Your cumulative lifetime contribution merits special recognition on our donor wall, a public and formal listing of our foundations’ most generous donors.”
Name: Code 3 Safety & Training LLC
Giving level: $10,000 – $24,999

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