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November 2019 DFS Briefs
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When Daylight Savings Time ends on November 3 and you change your clock, please also remember to check your alarm batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide alarms (unless they have a 10-year lithium battery). Replace alarms if they or have reached the end of their lives.

Also included in this month’s Briefs are an advisory on our Cooking Fire Safety campaign, training opportunities, public education materials on our Keep Warm, Keep Safe campaign, chimney and lighter safety.

Please be sure to avail yourself to all of the important information contained in the November DFS Briefs and click here for a complete list of MFA scheduled training sessions

November 2019 DFS Briefs

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