3 Nov, 2011?
Fire Prevention and Safety in Adult Family Homes [presentation
Lessons Learned Information Sharing (LLIS)
This presentation explains why fire prevention and safety is important in adult family homes, and provides tips on fire safety. It further provides information on why fire prevention and safety is important to your adult family homes, general fire prevention tips, fire extinguisher use, the Washington Administrative Code (WACs) regarding Fire Safety, evacuation drills, and carbon monoxide alarms.
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    3 Nov, 2011?
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    Mobile Classes and Consulting. Posted here from Lessons Learned Information Sharing database (LLIS). Documents are for personal use only and copyright laws apply.
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    Emergency management/Emergency preparedness
    Infrastructure protection
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    Lectures, presentations, and conference proceedings
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