Burny’s Fire Facts
The 4th of July is not only traditionally fun, but it is also traditionally the holiday with the most fires. These fires can be any-thing from a grease fire on the grill to an entire neighborhood
being burnt to the ground.
We want to prevent the loss of life and property from fire and explosion by
following these tips:
· Keep an extinguisher, hose or bucket of water nearby just in case.
· Keep combustibles a safe
distance from grills and other heat sources.
· Follow all local, State and Federal laws that apply to the use of fire.
· Fire is a tool and children should
never be allowed to play with it.
· Follow the links below to ensure
your holiday is safe and legal.
Grilling tips: http://www.nfpa.org/safety-information/for-consumers/outdoors/grilling
Alaska Division of Forestry burn permit: http://forestry.alaska.gov/burn/
For More Information call Michael Warzewick
at (907) 746-5062