Cooking Fire Safety Tweets

Cooking Tweets

Prevent Kitchen Fires. Check out these fire safety tips #ImFireSafe4[insert month] http://ontario.ca/c457

Watch what you heat – always stay in the kitchen when you are cooking #ImFireSafe4[insert month]  http://ontario.ca/bh2c

Wear tight-fitting or rolled up sleeves when cooking. Loose, dangling clothing can catch fire #ImFireSafe4[insert month]  http://ontario.ca/c457

Keep utensils, cloths, paper towels, anything that burns a safe distance from the stove #ImFireSafe4[insert month]  http://ontario.ca/c457

Water and grease don’t mix #ImFireSafe4[insert month]  http://goo.gl/22Qhc8

If you have a small grease fire on the stove, slide a lid over the pot and turn off the stove #ImFireSafe4[insert month]  http://goo.gl/22Qhc8

Hungry after school? Stay in the kitchen when heating snacks. Turn off stove if you leave #ImFireSafe4[insert month]  http://ontario.ca/bh2d

To watch fire safety awareness videos for students, visit knowfire.ca #ImFireSafe4[insert month]

Running late? Don't let the bustle distract you. Always stay alert when cooking #ImFireSafe4[insert month]  http://ontario.ca/bh2e

Keep your eye on the pot. Don't let TV distract you. Use a timer to remind you when cooking #ImFireSafe4[insert month]  http://ontario.ca/bh2c

Drink responsibly when cooking. Alcohol is a factor in many home fires. http://ontario.ca/bh2e #ImFireSafe4[insert month]

If you have a fire in the kitchen, get out immediately and call 9-1-1 http://ontario.ca/c458

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