It is National Fire Prevention Week from October 9th through 16th 2016.
Did you know that about fifty percent of fire deaths result from fires reported between 11 PM and 7 AM, when most people are asleep? Did you realized that one in three people over the age of 60 years and one in two over the age of 75 years cannot hear their high frequency smoke alarm sound signal when it activates.
Again this year one of the key themes of personal fire safety involves the installation of smoke alarms in every bed room, outside each separate sleeping area, and on every level of your home.
Why is early detection so important? Because seconds count in a fire emergency and as we grow older we sometimes take more time to respond to the sound alarm signal and take action implementing our personal fire safety emergency plan in our home when an emergency happens.
To help someone who experiences challenges regarding high frequencies or needs a little extra time to take action during an emergency, allow us the time to introduce you to an assistive product the SafeAwake smoke alarm notification device which listens for the high frequency smoke alarm signal and activates a state of the industry low frequency sound signal and a state of the art and technology bed shaker that uses specially developed and patented tactile shaking patterned signal for stimulation of the senses to awaken a sleeping person to a fire emergency. Remember, fire does not discriminate amongst its victims while asleep. Seconds count to awaken and take action!
To learn more about the SafeAwake, contact us at www.safeawake.com.
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