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Monday Noon May 6th the Office of the State Fire Marshal will be conducting maintenance on Application Services.
There may be intermittent disruption of service during this window of time.
Please plan and schedule your activities accordingly.
We expect full resumption of services on
Tuesday Noon May 7th
Thank you for your patience & understanding in the process.
The Office of the Illinois State Fire Marshal (OSFM) encourages everyone to leave fireworks to the professionals. Every year across the state, accidental fires, burn injuries, loss of limbs, and deaths occur due to the use of fireworks.
Home fireworks use around the 4th of July holiday are a dangerous tradition that leads to injuries that are preventable by simply leaving fireworks to the professionals. It's important to check with your local community to see what is and isn't allowed when it comes to novelty items such as sparklers, snappers, and poppers.
Learn more about fireworks safety by clicking here.
The Office of the State Fire Marshal (OSFM) wants to remind all Illinoisans to practice safe grilling techniques this summer. More and more people entertain outdoors during the summer months, leading to the increase of fires caused by grills. July is the peak month for grilling fires.
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), reports over 70% of U.S. households own at least one outdoor BBQ, grill or smoker. Gas grills contribute to a higher number of fires than charcoal grills. NFPA reports 64% of households own a gas grill. On average, 10,200 home fires are started by a grill each year. Each year 19,000 patients visit the Emergency room with injuries caused from grilling. Thermal burns are the most common injury with over 9,000 reported.
Click here to learn proper techniques and ways to stay safe while enjoying the summer grilling season.
The mission of the State of Illinois CRR Taskforce is to promote the importance of Risk Reduction in Illinois by inspiring communty ownershop and providing coordinated resources. Click here to visit the website to learn more about how you can your community can get involved in this process.
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