Daylight saving time equals safety time

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By Richard W. Rudolph
Installation Safety Office

Daylight saving time is right around the corner (Sunday to be exact) and now it’s time to get things ready. Ready for what, you may say? As we prepare to change the time on our clocks why not take the time to change the batteries in the smoke and carbon monoxide detectors in your home.

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