As the air becomes crisp and the leaves crinkle under our feet many of us face the task of cleaning our yards of the fall foliage that dots the ground. It is critically important to remember that not only is it dangerous, but it is illegal to burn yard waste.
Save the date for the first CCFR Family Movie Night of the year on Saturday, March 17 at Station #1, 1 Timberbrook Dr. The featured movie, Dolphin Tale, will start at 7 p.m. Click here for more details.
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Americans work nearly 2,000 hours a year. There are a variety of things we as a community, and individuals, can do to keep our workplaces safe. The links below provide information about safety in a variety of work environments.
CDC Workplace Safety Tips
OSHA – Occupational Safety and Health Administration
OSHA – Worker Information
NFPA Safety Tip Sheets
These posters provide valuable safety information for employees
Inspections help ensure that community members are safe when they are outside their home at places such as restaurants, schools and shopping centers.
Inspections on commercial property are typically made on annual basis. Properties such as nursing homes, schools and restaurants are inspected twice a year.
CCFR inspectors are looking for dangers such as expired fire extinguishers, improperly stored hazardous materials or faulty wiring. If the inspectors find something that is an immediate danger such as a lack of water access or a blocked exit the problem must be remedied immediately. If it is a property maintenance problem such as an expired extinguisher is found the occupant has two weeks to fix the issue.
If you have any questions about the inspection process call 636.970.9700 or e-mail Assistant Chief Steve Brown.
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