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What if you had a way of reducing cooktop fires from 138 in a year to zero? Does that sound unrealistic to you? For any reasonable person who has spent years in the prevention field, it may indeed sound like fantasy. Except it really happened.

The Worcester (MA) Fire Department has been working on a prevention project for some years now, led by Lieutenant Annie Pickett. They have been working with the Worcester Housing Authority (WHA) since learning that 759 apartments in four buildings were generating about 12 stovetop fires per month, which caused about $223,000 in direct property damage in 2015.

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Just in time for national Fire Prevention Week, apartments at Island Grove Village in Greeley are getting an upgrade that will help residents prevent fires that start on stovetops…

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In this edition of Inside Jobs, we visit Mississauga, Ont.-based Pioneering Technology, a company which…

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For the past five years, the Mississauga, Ont.-based manufacturer has been producing fire-safety products, including a gadget called Safe-T-element that automatically turns off an unattended stove-top…

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Over the years, manufacturers have developed a variety of approaches designed to mitigate cooking fires. Some devices use motion detectors to check for a cook’s presence at the stove and can shut off the burner…

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“The number one cause of household fire is cooking on a stovetop,” said Pioneering Technology Corp (TSX:PTE) CEO Kevin Callahan, who five years ago brought the company’s Safe-T-element product to market as a solution to avoid unattended cooking fires. “It’s a multi-billion-dollar problem.”…

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