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News, Media, and Editorial

As our team works to create a more resilient Los Angeles, we’ll post stories, videos, podcasts, and press information here in the MySafe:LA blog. Because we work throughout the Los Angeles region, we gain insight and experience into many different life experiences. Some of them are worth sharing. We hope you enjoy each post.

irefighters assemble in a smoke-filled corridor

Smoke Alarm Podcast Now Available

MySafe:LA is pleased to commence our smoke alarm podcast with Episode #13 of our fire and life safety series. With more than 20 fatalities on average in any given year

burned out bedroom

Fire Burns. Smoke Kills

Did you know that while fire burns, smoke kills? UPDATED FEB 22, 2014. That’s right. Fire Burns. Smoke Kills. Often, we tend to think about fire as the primary threat

kids in front of firetruck

FEMA Wants a Few Good Kids

It’s True: FEMA wants a few good kids. The Federal Emergency Management Agency has published a request that we think makes a lot of sense – and one we’re thinking

Kids in fire safety presentation

Kids and Quakes – You Have No Idea

If you’re in the 4th thru 6th grades, you weren’t even a glint in your parent’s eyes when the Northridge earthquake occurred. In fact, your parents might not yet have

CPR training at a community event

A MySafe:LA Start to the New Year!

A new year can mean a new beginning. We’re delighted to share a MySafe:LA Start to the New Year!!! What happens at the beginning of a typical new year? We

Holiday Safety Tips

Holiday Safety Tips

Everyone wants to talk about holiday safety tips at this time of year. For many people, it can be a repetitive and boring subject. Don’t let that happen. The fact

turkey fire

Thanksgiving Safety Tips, Hanukkah too!

Turkey time! There’s no other day of the year when more American’s eat the same food than Thanksgiving. And this year, with Hanukkah commencing at the same time, the festivities


Remembering John F. Kennedy

Today, we are remembering John F. Kennedy. The 35th U.S. President was assassinated while being driven through downtown Dallas. Most of you know the story. Many are fascinated by the

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