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PREVENTING CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING

• Service all heating systems and all gas-, oil- or coal-burning appliances by a technician annually.

• Install a battery-operated and electric-powered carbon monoxide detector in your home and check or replace the battery when you change the time on your clocks each spring and fall. If the detector sounds, leave your home immediately and call 911.

• Contact a doctor if you believe you have carbon monoxide poisoning.

• Do not use gas-powered devices such as a generator, grill or stove inside your home, basement or near a near a window or door. Generators should be operated more than 15 feet from the home.

• Do not run any gas-powered motor inside a closed structure, such as a garage.

• Do not heat a home with a gas oven.


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No injuries in Livonia shopping center awning collapse
Fire severely damages Plymouth Road business in Livonia
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Facade of Livonia building collapses

video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo player LIVONIA, Mich. - Business has been halted for a handful of stores in a Livonia strip mall after the façade of the building collapsed Wednesday afternoon.
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St. Florian March

Please open the attachment to learn more about the St. Florian March in Hamtramck  St. Florian is the Patron Saint of Firefighters. Every year the Hamtramck Firefighters and St. Florian Parish host the Annual Firefighters March and Mass which helps kick off the Annual St. Florian Strawberry Festival.
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Download: StFlorianMarch2015.pdf
Fire severely damages Plymouth Road business in Livonia

A structure fire severely damaged a business on Plymouth Road in Livonia Wednesday morning. Livonia firefighters responded to a 911 call at 4:45 a.m. Wednesday from a motorist driving by Custom Stone Works, 32910 Plymouth. The motorist told dispatchers smoke was visible from the business's roof.
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Six families displaced in Livonia condo fire

No one was injured, but six families were displaced from their residences following a fire in a Livonia condominium complex Friday afternoon. Livonia firefighters responded to a call around 2:45 p.m. from a resident of On the Pond condominium complex in the Eight Mile and Gill area of Livonia, who said his unit was being filled with smoke.
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VIDEO: Firefighters battle large HAZMAT fire after Livonia industrial building engulfed by flames

LIVONIA (WXYZ) - The Livonia Fire Department battled a massive warehouse fire that started around 7:30 this morning. An industrial building on the 12000 block of Sears is engulfed in flames. It's located near Merriman and Plymouth Roads. Multiple explosions could be heard in succession at the scene of ERG Environmental. Merriman Road between Plymouth and Schoolcraft is closed.
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Smoke alarms can save lives

There are many encouraging statistics that I am very familiar with when it comes to smoke alarms. I know that 96 percent of U.S. homes have at least one in the home. I know that many communities, Livonia included, have smoke alarm giveaway programs in case you need one and cannot afford one on your own. I also know that about 25 percent of the smoke alarms out there do not work.
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Winter fires are the deadliest

Winter residential fires account for an average of 945 deaths, nearly 4,000 injuries and $1.7 billion in property loss each year, based on statistics compiled by the U.S. Fire Administration. Winter residential building fires are defined as those fires that occur in the months of January, February and March. Studying these reports can help keep you safer in the dangerous winter months.
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Unwanted fires can give you the holiday blues

The colder temperatures have arrived, and we are starting to see all the signs of the holiday season. Families are spending more time indoors to celebrate time together with family and friends. Before your company arrives, spend a few minutes performing the following three-step fire safety check to keep you all safe and sound this holiday season.
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Christmas trees, real or artificial, are a fire hazard

Now hold on a minute before you think I might suggest not putting up a Christmas tree this year. Celebrate the holidays however you wish, but keep in mind the inherent hazards in placing a live (or artificial) tree inside your home during the holidays when plenty of family and friends will be over to visit.
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Take action to help prevent a fatal fire in your home

Fires can strike anywhere - in vehicles, buildings and the outdoors. Fires that affect our homes are often the most tragic and the most preventable. Sadly, more than 75 percent of all fire fatalities happen in residential buildings where we live.
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Have some fire safety on Thanksgiving

If I were to ask you what you thought the leading cause of residential fires was on Thanksgiving Day, you would probably guess that it was cooking related. And you would be right, by a long shot.
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Woman, 73, dies after saving grandsons from fire

  Doris Wilson Doris Wilson lived for her two grandsons, taking them to and from school every day and then staying with them until their parents came home from work. “They were her world,” her daughter-in-law, Tammie Wilson, said of the 73-year-old Redford resident.
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Take safety precautions with you wherever you go

How many of you would drive a car down a mountain road without making sure the brakes worked or jump out of an airplane without making sure the parachute is securely attached to your back? The answer, I hope, is not many of you. However, many of us may be placing ourselves in more dangerous situations everyday without even knowing it. What am I talking about.
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Keep your monsters safe on Halloween

Halloween is one of my favorite times of year, with the crisp autumn breezes, rustling leaves and my annual favorite - dinner in a pumpkin on Halloween night. However, the days become shorter and excited kids can forget about safety, which can lead to injuries. Following are some safety tips regarding Halloween in Livonia.
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MPFFU Speaker Series - May 19th; Gordon Graham

All members are invited to register for this event.  Space is limited so please register early.  Gordon Graham is a prominent nationally known speaker that receives excellent reviews from anyone that has ever heard one of his presentations.  The things he speaks about will help you at work and in your personal life.
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Download: Graham Flyer for May 19th.pdf
Important Collective Bargaining Update - Please Read! (11/10/2014)

We previously reported to you that on October 15, 2014, PA 322 was signed into law. This new law provides significant relief for our members in the areas of wages, step increases, health care costs, and retroactivity. The attached fact sheet will explain in detail how the law will affect those locals that have expired contracts as well as those that are about to expire.
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Governor Snyder signs SB 211!

Brothers and Sisters, We are still waiting to hear whether or not the Governor will sign our bill.  The deadline is this Wednesday by midnight.  If it’s not signed by then we believe that the bill will be dead. We need to keep the pressure up!!  If you have not contacted the Governor’s office yet, please do ASAP.
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HB 5097 Signed into Law (October 16, 2014)

Brothers and Sisters, I have great news to pass on. Our bill, HB 5097, was passed by the legislature and signed by the Governor into law. This is the bill that exempted us from Public Act 54. For those of you that are not familiar with that law, it basically banned any step increases and retro activity and forced us to pay 100% of health care increases while we were under an expired contract.
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Michigan Right to Work law would extend to police, firefighters under Midland lawmaker's proposal

LANSING, MI -- A newly-elected state representative from Midland has drafted legislation to extend the reach of Michigan's Right to Work law to public safety personnel, the only union members exempt under the 2012 law. State Rep. Gary Glenn is currently courting co-sponsors for the legislation. He said he hopes to accomplish that goal and introduce the bill sometime in early March.
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