SUMMERTIME FUN - FIRE SAFETY TIPS
Whether you’re enjoying a barbeque, spending time in the pool or taking care of the lawn there are important safety tips that can help your family and friends avoid a trip to the emergency room. Scott Gershowitz, Fire Marshal provides you with a simple guide on how to make your summertime fun and safe. Topics covered are: fire safety at work and at home, grilling out using propane or charcoal, storing gasoline and other flammable liquids for outdoor equipment e.g. (lawn movers, weed wackers, Citronella Candles & Tiki Torches) and keeping cool with air conditioners. Come early and enjoy some giveaways.
SPEAKER: Scott A. Gershowitz, Fire Marshall, Environmental Health & Safety. Scott holds an AAS in Fire Science from Suffolk Community College and is a Volunteer Firefighter for the past 20 years. He is a NYS Code Enforcement Official and a NYS Advanced Hazardous Materials Technician.Tuesday, July 16 from 12-1 p.m., Student Union Building, Rm. 247 - Register HERE
Tuesday, July 23 from 12-1 p.m., Health Sciences Center, Level 3, Classroom 155 - Register HERE
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