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Don't say "It will not happen to me", just do whatever you can to prevent it

A basic system consists of a central control panel to which smoke alarms and heat detectors are connected, together with bells or horns & sprinklers that are activated when the system triggers an alarm. The control panel operates from the electrical system in the building and should contain an emergency battery which can operate the fire alarm part-system for about 24 hours during a power shortage.The basic requirements for the number and locations of alarms depend mainly on the individual…See More
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Lives in:
Agawam, MA
Department:
Fire Department HQ, Station 1
Title/rank:
Educator
Years of public service:
-
Agency structure:
other
Top issues in your department:
In my department, there are several issues. I'm an educator, so my aim is to explain children and teens basic rules of safety to prevent fires.
Professional Qualifications:
I'm a teacher for 3 years. Also, I'm an educational blogger and volunteer.
Topics you provide training for:
Fire Safety Education Program, Fire Prevention Week.
Areas of expertise:
Fundamentals of health and safety for children and teens.
Bio:
I had been a teacher for a long time, but now I'm a private tutor. Do I miss my career in teaching? I'm an educational blogger, so it's a kind of teaching also. Nowadays we face an enormous number of opportunities thanks to the Internet. My dream is to live in the world, where everyone uses all the opportunities he has. But I also love volunteering and free open lectures for kids and teens. Especially those ones, which can prevent some disasters such as wood fires and save lives.

Hannah Stouterr's Blog

Don't say "It will not happen to me", just do whatever you can to prevent it

A basic system consists of a central control panel to which smoke alarms and heat detectors are connected, together with bells or horns & sprinklers that are activated when the system triggers an alarm. The control panel operates from the electrical system in the building and should contain an emergency battery which can operate the fire alarm part-system for about 24 hours during a power shortage.

The basic requirements for the number and locations of alarms depend mainly on the…

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