This week, Kent Fire & Rescue attended Mulberry Court, a block of Canterbury retirement apartments in Canterbury, to help educate the residents on how to stay safe in the kitchen with their cooking safety advice.
— Kent Fire and Rescue (@kentfirerescue) August 17, 2016
Cooking Safety Advice Could Reduce The Number Of Accidental House Fires
Most people think they have things under control in the kitchen and, granted, most people know not to put a metallic bowl in the microwave, but there are smaller risks that are often overlooked.
Believe it or not, seven thousand people are injured in kitchen fires each year. Not including those who are killed.
Did you know that almost 67% of all accidental house fires start in the kitchen because someone isn’t following basic cooking safety advice?
Read our post 10 Ways To Prevent A Kitchen Fire In Your Home to learn more about the steps you should take to stay safe.
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