Be Fire Safe!: How to Avoid Fire, Reduce Loss and Recover from Insurance if You do have a Fire

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Ronin Publishing, May 15, 2010 - House & Home - 96 pages
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A psychologist who barely survived a disastrous fire, Steven Shepard provides essential tips for avoiding fires and saving lives if one occurs. He advises readers in how to deal with the trauma of a fire’s aftermath, as well as how to talk to insurance companies.
 

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Contents

Never a Good Time
5
Chaos
7
Aftermath
9
Recovery
10
Fire Facts
12
Causes of Fires
13
Smoking
14
Kitchen Fires
16
Fire Extinguishers
51
Security Bars
55
Alarms
56
Emergency Lighting
58
Sprinklers
59
Defensible Space
61
Yard Safety
64
When to Flee
66

Kids Fires
19
Heaters Furnaces
21
Electrical Fires
24
Clothes Dryers
28
Fireplaces Woodburning Stoves
30
Candles Kerosene Lamps
33
Barbecues
35
Gasoline Solvents
38
Holiday Safety
41
Smoke Detectors
46
EscapeReady Home
70
Fire Drills
72
Personal Papers
76
Disaster Kits
78
Lingering Trauma
79
Insurance
83
Away From Homes
90
Authors Bio
94
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Steven Shepard speaks on home fire safety and related topics. He lives in Columbia Falls, MT.

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