Is dialing 9-1-1 as easy as it used to be? Covered in this document: teaching children how to use cell phones and smart phones in an emergency.
MN State Fire Marshal Fire and Life Safety - June/July 2013
In this issue...NFPA Remembering When Conference, 2013 Fire Prevention Week, Resources and Reports, Poster Competition: Childhood Injury Conference, Public Education Meeting Locations, Request For Judges: Minnesota Fire Explorers Public Education Competition, Governor’s Fire Prevention Day at the Fair.
City of Mound Ordinance Recreational Fires 10-Oct-2010.pdf
Definitions, rules, and regulations for recreational "bonfires."
Knox Box/Key Box Installation Guide.pdf
Businesses, buildings, and organizations within the Mound Fire District must follow the standard procedure for installation of emergency key boxes. Building contractors/owners may obtain the authorization and order form through the Mound Fire Department.
The Knox Company will not accept any orders without the this form AND the authorization from the Mound Fire Department. After order processing, the Knox product is shipped directly to the buyer, with the door off, in an open position – ready for mounting. The Knox Box is shipped without any keys. When mounting is complete, a MFD staff member will inspect the installation, load the labeled key/s into the vault, and lock the box as the business/building owner/manager observes.
2015-04 9-Volt Battery Safety.pdf
9-volt batteries power our smoke alarms, household items and toys. They can be found in most homes. But these batteries can be a fire hazard if not stored safely or disposed of with care.