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2014-02-11 16:24:08

Hometown Fire Department Visit Kicks Off 2014 Tour Donation of 5,000 Alarms DICKSON, Tenn., Feb. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Craig Morgan, one of country music's best-loved artists, along with the Tennessee State Division of Fire Prevention, the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation and Kidde Fire Safety, announced today the first group of fire departments to receive Kidde smoke alarms during the singer's VA Mortgage Leader Presents Craig Morgan The Journey Tour. The donations are part of...

2013-11-06 16:29:34

Multi-community smoke alarm donation announced for Morgan's 2014 tour and home state of Tennessee NASHVILLE, Tenn., Nov. 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Craig Morgan, country music star and former emergency medical technician, today introduced a national awareness campaign in partnership with Kidde Fire Safety and the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation to remind families to 'Be a Safety Hero' by following five simple home fire safety steps. TV and digital spots featuring Morgan and Nashville...

2013-06-18 23:20:40

Superb Safety Supports National Safety Month with Free Color Guide of Leading Manufacturers Products for Fire Safety Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 18, 2013 SUPERB SAFETY, Inc., http://superbsafety.com, a leading provider of the latest and highest quality of Industrial & Personal safety products on the market today, announces the release of a customized Complimentary Fire Safety Guide featuring Leading Manufacturers products to support June as National Safety Month. This beautiful,...

2013-06-06 16:24:36

Interactive Exhibit and Concert Highlight the National "Be a Hero, Save a Hero" Pledge & Program to Help Fallen and Injured Firefighters MEBANE, N.C., June 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Kidde Fire Safety will empower the nearly one million attendees at this year's CMA Music Festival to be safety super heroes. From June 6-9, the leading manufacturer of residential fire safety products, along with volunteers from Help the Good Guys (HTGG), National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (NFFF)...

2013-04-10 12:21:32

Carbon monoxide sensor offers longest length of protection while eliminating common annoyances MEBANE, N.C., April 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Kidde, the world's largest manufacturer of fire safety products, has expanded its Worry-Free product line to include the first and only UL-listed carbon monoxide (CO) alarms proven to provide a decade of protection - up to twice the lifespan in other available alarms. Like the Kidde Worry-Free smoke alarms, the CO alarms contain a sealed-in...

2012-11-19 16:32:56

MEBANE, N.C., Nov. 19, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- A smoke alarm's low battery chirp is the number one home fire safety complaint among American homeowners who participated in a recent survey conducted by Kelton on behalf of Kidde, the leading manufacturer of residential fire safety products. In fact, 61 percent of respondents have left their alarm without a working battery. Kidde's new Worry-Free line of smoke alarms with a 10-year sealed-in lithium battery aims to solve common consumer complaints...

2012-11-01 15:25:36

NASHVILLE, Tenn., Nov. 1, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- With results from a recent survey indicating that a staggering number of Americans don't know the basics of home fire safety, Kidde, the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation and Help the Good Guys today introduced "Be a Hero, Save a Hero," a fire safety campaign focused on educating homeowners to reduce the risk that firefighters face every time they respond to a house fire call. Kidde is the leading manufacturer of residential fire safety...

2012-06-29 06:27:03

MEBANE, N.C., June 29, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- While more than half of Californians are aware of a law requiring residential carbon monoxide (CO) alarms, many residents remain unprotected, according to a survey from independent research group, Qualtrics. Nearly half (46 percent) of respondents do not have a CO alarm in their home despite the overwhelming presence of both fuel-burning appliances (84 percent) and attached garages (75 percent) - the state-determined criteria for installation and...

2012-06-01 14:21:51

MEBANE, N.C., June 1, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- More than a quarter of U.S. homes built prior to 2002 - approximately 17 million - may require updated fire safety equipment, according to a new survey conducted by Qualtrics on behalf of Kidde, the leading manufacturer of residential fire safety products. The survey, launched in conjunction with Home Safety Month in June, found that 20 percent of respondents had never replaced a smoke alarm, and another six percent hadn't replaced...

2011-10-05 13:22:00

MEBANE, N.C., Oct. 5, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Seven years after New York City enacted an ordinance requiring carbon monoxide (CO) alarms in most residences, millions of those units either have reached or will reach the end of their useful life. Yet, a new survey reveals 45 percent of residents do not know CO alarms need to be replaced. The survey was conducted by Qualtrics on behalf of Kidde, the world's largest manufacturer of fire safety products. Kidde is part of UTC Fire & Security,...