Do You Have a Second Way Out?

A basic life-safety “policy” for all families should be that there is an easily and quickly accessible alternative means of getting out of the home should the primary (preferred) exit be blocked.

This can be critical in a fire emergency if you are on the second story (or higher) of your home and are unable to come down the stairs due to fire or smoke.

Make sure you have windows that you can open year-round and a fire ladder of sufficient length to make your escape.

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