For Fire Prevention Week, Compliance And Safety Publishes Statistical Data to Underscore the Importance of Common Fire Safety Tips

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To commemorate National Fire Prevention Week 2012 (October 7th-13th), Compliance and Safety LLC has published a unique resource of statistically driven fire safety tips. It's the only resource that includes statistical data to illustrate each tips impact on personal fire safety.

Compliance and Safety LLC, a leading supplier of safety training videos, has published a unique statistically driven resource of fire safety tips titled “Fire Safety Tips: A Comprehensive Resource.” It’s the first resource to backup tips with statistical data in order to illustrate each tips impact: http://complianceandsafety.com/safety-tips/fire-safety-tips.php

“Prior to our resource, there wasn’t a single resource of fire safety tips that was substantiated with relevant concrete data,” explains Anthony LaFazia, Compliance and Safety CEO. “Statistical data is imperative in order to understand the impact that any given tip can have on your safety.”

The statistics used in the resource are based on reports released by the U.S Fire Administration and The National Fire Protection Association.

Compliance and Safety’s resource includes several shocking insights that have not been previously extrapolated from the reports by the USFA and NFPA. The section on smoke alarms features this surprising statistic: “You are 11x more likely to die in a home fire when your home does not have a single working smoke detector versus a home that does have a working smoke detector.” The resource also indicates that seniors are at extremely high risk. “Seniors are nearly 4x more likely to die in a fire than the rest of the population”

“We’re in the safety business so we do feel that we have a responsibility to help educate the public on important safety issues,” says Matthew Pelletier, Compliance and Safety’s head marketing director. “With Fire Prevention Week kicking off, we felt that this would be a great opportunity to give back.”

Fire Prevention Week began on October 7th and is scheduled to end on October 13th.

Matthew Pelletier, Compliance and Safety’s marketing director, has described the reaction to the resource as “immediate and overwhelming” with several people writing in to voice their appreciation. “These are GREAT tips. [The] list is beautifully organized and quick to read,” says Suzy Hopkins, editor at Friends and Neighbors Magazine.

To learn more about Compliance and Safety, visit our website: http://complianceandsafety.com

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