Get Prepared - Get
an emergency kit, be prepared for 72 hours alone in the
case of an emergency.
Safety - An Information resource for elimatinating
residential fire deaths
Questions to ask yourself:
- Does your home have a smoke detector on each story?
Do you change the batteries every six months?
- Does your home have a carbon monoxide detector? This
is necessary if you have any Natural gas appliances
in the house.
- Does your home have a fire extinguisher in or near
- Do you have a fire escape ladder on your home's second
Safely Council - Canada's Safely Council is a reliable
resource for safety information, education and awareness
in all aspects of Canadian life - in traffic, at home,
at work and at leisure.
The Safety Elephant - The role of Elmer the Safety
Elephant is to teach young children how to stay safe.
Canada - SafeCanada.ca is your one-stop shop for safety
and security information and services in Canada.
Environments - Children are too often injured and
sometimes die as a result of hazards in their environment.
Unintentional injury continues to be the greatest cause
of mortality, morbidity and disability for children and
youth in Canada.
Safety at home - At UL, safety is important to us because we know it’s important to you. And there’s no place more important to keep safe than your home. To keep your family protected, check off our Safety Checklist, read more articles and explore our site for valuable safety tips. With safety taken care of, you’ll have more time to spend on the important things - like your family.