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November 6th - Fall Back "Change Your Clock, Change Your Battery"
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By Web Team
November 5, 2022

The Cutchogue Fire Department, Energizer and the International Association of Fire Chiefs with an Important Reminder: On November 6th, Change Your Clock Change Your Battery

Use the Extra Hour This Weekend to remind family and friends to Change Their Smoke Alarm and Carbon Monoxide Detector Batteries and Make a Positive Change in Our Community

Daylight-saving time ends Sunday, November 6th, and the Cutchogue Fire Department reminds our residents that one easy step can help save their lives and the lives of those around them. Everyone is encouraged to use the extra hour they "gain" from daylight-saving time to change the batteries in their own smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors, test the alarms and remind friends, family, neighbors and fellow community members to do the same.

Communities nationwide witness tragic home fire deaths each year, but, everyone can work together to help reduce the number of home fire fatalities. Non-working smoke alarms rob residents of the protective benefits home fire safety devices were designed to provide. The most commonly cited cause of non-working smoke alarms: worn or missing batteries.

Eighty percent of child fire fatalities occur in homes without working smoke alarms. It's a tragic statistic that could be reduced by adopting the simple habit of the Change Your Clock Change Your Battery program. Changing smoke alarm batteries at least once a year, testing those alarms and reminding others to do the same are some of the simplest, most effective ways to reduce these tragic deaths and injuries.

Additionally, the International Association of Fire Chiefs recommends that smoke alarms in homes be replaced every 10 years and to have both ionization and photo electric smoke alarms to alert people to all types of home fires.

Units: CFD - Prevention Through Education
 

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