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Public Safety Information
Public safety is a very important topic for the Rochester Hills Fire Department. Whether it's information on how to properly maintain your smoke alarms, or how to safely grill in the summer months, we want to make sure you have the tools necessary to keep you and your family safe. 


Car Seat Safety
Statistics show that many car seats are not installed correctly, or are not even the right kind of car seat for your child. The City of Rochester Hills offers Free Car Seat Checks every 2nd Tuesday of the month, from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm. Click here for details or click here to make an appointment

Holiday Safety
It's that time of year again. Food is cooking in the kitchen, candles are burning on the tables, and maybe there is a tree all lit up for Santa to see. Click on the links or check out the videos down below to find tips on how to keep you and your family safe this holiday season. All information comes from FEMA.
Put a Freeze on Winter Holiday Fires
Winter Holiday Fire Safety






Smoke Alarms
Please read the following guidelines regarding smoke alarms per FEMA:

  • Install smoke alarms on every level of your home.
  • Set up smoke alarms inside and outside of all sleeping areas.
  • If an individual is deaf or hard of hearing, use a smoke alarm with a bed shaker or strobe light.
  • Test your smoke alarm at least once a month.
  • Ensure all members of your household know the sound or alert of the alarm.

For additional information on how to protect yourself from a fire, check out theUSFA website. 


Christmas Tree Fire Safety
 
This video covers tips on how to keep your home and family safe during the upcoming holiday season.                       

Deep Fryer Safety


Deep fryers have become a Thanksgiving tradition for many people. Please watch this video on the dangers of using these fryers, and what some safer alternatives may be.                                   


Grease Fires


 This video covers the steps to take if you experience a  grease fire in your kitchen.                                 


Three Feet Away

This video covers the safe distance you should stay from any type of open flames.                        



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