Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey takes smoke alarm campaign to Cumberland, Sampson counties on Thursday
North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey will continue his campaign to get smoke alarms in North Carolina homes as he distributes the life-saving alarms to fire departments in Cumberland and Sampson counties on Thursday, March 18.
When daylight saving time begins on Sunday, March 14, Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey reminds everyone to change the batteries in your household smoke and carbon monoxide alarms. With families spending more time at home due to the pandemic, now is a critical time to review home fire safety plans.
Commissioner Causey to kick off statewide fire alarm effort in Chatham County, honor nurse educator who guarded two children locked in car
North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey will kick off a statewide campaign to make sure homes have working smoke alarms by delivering smoke alarms to a Chatham County fire department on Thursday, March 11.
Commissioner Causey, who is also the State Fire Marshal, will also honor a nurse educator with a SAVE award for coming to the aid of two children, a toddler and a sleeping infant, who were locked in a car earlier this year.
The Commissioner will also thank child passenger safety technicians for their efforts in protecting younger members of North Carolina.
North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey has urged North Carolinians to use an extra measure of caution, especially when using portable heaters during the winter season. Unfortunately, portable heaters can ignite, as one did in Moore County Thursday, where the family escaped but lost their home.
In recognition of 2021 National Burn Awareness Week, which runs Feb. 7-13, Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey reminds North Carolinians of the causes of burn injuries and the resources of burn care available.
Since families are spending more time at home, National Burn Awareness Week presents an opportunity to review some simple safety steps to prevent burn injuries at home, at work, and outdoors.
This year’s theme from the American Burn Association is Electrical Safety from Amps to Zap (A to Z).
Commissioner Causey to honor 10-year-old boy, his neighbor with heroism awards for saving lives in early December fire
North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey will honor 10-year-old Brayden Connor and his neighbor, Antonio Bickems, for their quick, life-saving action during a home fire in the Catawba County town of Claremont earlier this month.
In recognition of Winter Weather Preparedness Week, which runs from Dec. 6-12 in North Carolina, Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey, who is also the State Fire Marshal, urges families to make preparations now for potentially dangerous weather this winter.
“Winter is a time that brings families together in celebration of the holidays. But that also means more cooking, more traveling and more risk of fire and other accidents,” said Commissioner Causey. “This winter, it is so important for families to keep safety in mind.”
In the midst of a very deadly year for fire fatalities in North Carolina, Insurance Commissioner and State Fire Marshal Mike Causey urges residents to stay focused on fire safety and prevention this winter by remembering this simple message: “Get out and stay out!”
Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey shows the dangers involved with frying a turkey this Thanksgiving
Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey, who is also the State Fire Marshal, is teaming with the Apex Fire Department to demonstrate the dangers associated with frying turkeys this holiday season.
Insurance Commissioner and State Fire Marshal Mike Causey Demonstrates the Dangers Involved with Frying a Turkey this Thanksgiving
Insurance Commissioner and State Fire Marshal, Mike Causey, along with Apex Fire Department, will host a live demonstration to show the dangers associated with frying turkeys.