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Home Heating Safety   
Dan Doofus is back in a new National Fire Protection Association public service announcement. This time, Dan learns some important safety lessons about home heating. Use these tips to help keep your home safe.  Watch Now!
 

 
I Spot Something Hot

To protect pre-school children from fires and burns, Rover, the Home Safety Hound, and Freddie Flashlight lead a room-by room home tour to help them identify hot items in every room of the home in this video from the Home Safety Council. Watch Now!
 

 
Childproofing Your Home

Is your baby about to start crawling? You'd better get to work, then, because it's time to childproof your home. Everything from electric outlets to trash cans to dangling curtain strings could be potential hazards.  Watch Now!
 

 
"Kitchen for Trouble"

"Kitchen for Trouble" stars cartoon character Dan Doofus. Dan has to learn the hard way how to prevent cooking fires. This PSA from the National Fire Safety Association has great information to help keep your kitchen safe.  Watch Now!
 

 
Childproof Your Home
National Child Safety and Hollywood baby proof expert Kimberlee Mitchell explains some of the basics behind making your home safe for your children with childproofing techniques and ideas.
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Sparky's Safety Spots - Space Heaters
Marion Ross turns up the heat on fire safety by offering advice for your family's protection against preventable fires. This PSA from the National Fire Protection Association takes place at home with Sparky Spots, a group of spots who reside on the ear of Sparky the Fire Dog.
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Safety Tips for Gas and Charcoal Grills
Lowe's home improvement expert, Mike Kraft, shares tips on gas and charcoal grilling safety. Learn how to light charcoal grills and use propane safely for a more enjoyable cooking experience. 
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Lawn Mower Safety
To kick off their TODAY Investigates Summer Hazards series, the NBC TODAY Show speaks to Dr. Angela Mickalide, Home Safety Council Director of Education and Outreach, about protecting children from lawn mower injuries.
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Sparky's Safety Spots - Kitchen Fires
World renowned chef Julia Child cooks up some memorable advice about how to prevent fires in your kitchen. This PSA from the National Fire Protection Association takes place at home with Sparky Spots, a group of spots who reside on the ear of Sparky the Fire Dog.
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Sparky's Safety Spots -- Crawl Low Under Smoke
Did you know that smoke is the most dangerous part of a home fire? Stay safe with these quick tips from Paul Zaloom aka Beakman from the children's science show "Beakman's World."
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Dan Doofus - "Exit Strategy"
Meet Dan Doofus, star of the National Fire Protection Association's series of video public service announcements about fire safety. Dan has to learn the hard way how to prevent home fires the correct way. 
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Sparky's Safety Spots -- Stop, Drop and Roll
What do you do if you're clothes catch fire? The "safety spots" have a few simple rules to keep you from getting burned. This PSA from the National Fire Protection Association takes place at home with Sparky Spots, a group of spots who reside on the ear of Sparky the Fire Dog. 
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Sparky's Safety Spots - Smoke Alarms
Smoke alarms play a vital role in reducing fire deaths and injuries. Having a working smoke alarm cuts the chances of dying in a reported fire in half. Learn more in this video from the National Fire Protection Association. 
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Ladder Safety
If climbing a ladder is part of your project list, make safety a priority. One wrong move can spell disaster. Make sure you take note of the tips in this video from the experts at Menards to ensure you finish your project safely. 
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Dryer Fire Prevention
More than 15000 home fires are started by dryer fires every year, usually from lint build-up, but few people are aware of this danger in their home. Learn how to protect yourself in this video from the Home Safety Council.  Watch Now!