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“It takes a village’ is a common phrase that is thrown around a lot these days. While the original phrase actually is “It takes a village to raise a child,” the idea presented is that it takes a group of people working together to support each other and do great things.

This concept of a community working together is true in so many areas, especially when it comes to safety and fire prevention for a specific neighborhood. Each person who has a vested interest in a community - people like business owners, residents, fire departments, police departments, first responders, and even fire safety companies (such as Manhattan Flameproofing), has an important role to play in the overall fire protection of a given community.

According to statistics, the home is where most fires will take place.  However, not far behind the home is a fire in the workplace. While no one plans for or expects a fire when he or she leaves in the morning to go to the office, knowing the actual data concerning workplace fires can help in our prevention methods and actions.

It’s a no brainer that when a fire erupts, it’s a devastating and scary event.  But have you ever given much thought to how a fire actually starts? If we’re smart, we know a few rules about fire prevention, and on some level, most of us practice the basics of fire safety. But having some extra information about how a fire begins can actually benefit us in our fire protection measures.


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