Is it time to check your smoke alarms?

(WTNH)– Operation Save A Life is a partnership between Kidde, WTNH,and The Home Depot. Operation Save A Life is a program in which Kidde has donated more than 1.2 million smoke and CO alarms to fire departments throughout the nation since Since 2002.

Kidde is excited to help once again bring Operation Save a Life to New Haven, CT and to donate 5,000 of their smoke alarms with sealed, 10-year batteries to the New Haven Fire Department and 1,000 carbon monoxide alarms.

They are hoping that the overall awareness of this program will inspire families to think about their safety, to install smoke and CO alarms throughout their homes, and to replace smoke alarms that are a decade old.

Kidde believes the most important thing is knowing that these alarms are going into the homes of people that may not have the means to otherwise be protected.

Watch the video to hear Jessica Byrd discuss Operation Save a life and also some tips on when its time to change your smoke and carbon monoxide detector batteries.

Kidde’s Mission:
“Kidde’s mission is to help save lives. It’s a mission that we take very seriously, and is the reason that we continue to develop new fire safety products, and invest in programs like Operation Save a Life. Kidde is the world’s largest manufacturer of smoke and carbon monoxide alarms and is a division of United Technologies, which is headquartered here in CT.”

For more information on Operation Save a Life visit If you need a smoke alarm, contact your local fire department.
You can also follow Kidde on Facebook and Twitter for ongoing home safety tips.

Upcoming Events:

On October 3, you can go to a participating The Home Depot location for a Save a Life to learn more about fire safety and get help in choosing the right alarm for your home.

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