March 12th “Daylight Savings Change-Spring Forward” is the annual day to change the batteries in your smoke, fire & carbon monoxide (CO) alarms
Fire departments traditionally use the beginning and end of daylight savings time to remind the public to (1) install new alarms and (2) change the batteries in your existing smoke, fire and carbon monoxide (CO) alarms. Please refer to our two featured fire safety topics below and note the special danger Carbon Monoxide poses as its known as the silent killer. Be safe out there!
Smoke Alarms & Fire Safety- Everything You Need to Know (beechmountainvfd.org)
The Silent Killer: Everything You Need to Know About Carbon Monoxide (beechmountainvfd.org)