I can’t stress enough how important it is to stay safe when you’re at home.
When the air becomes polluted, you can be exposed to harmful particles that are even higher than the maximum exposure limits set by the federal government.
To protect yourself from that air pollution, you need to take care of your health and make sure you’re making the right choices about how you’re living.
And if you live in a home that’s made of coal, it’s important to make it a clean one.
That’s because coal ash can cause respiratory and other problems and can release toxic gases and toxic chemicals.
There’s also a risk of exposure to lead, which can cause neurological damage in children and adults.
So, if you or someone you know is suffering from any of those issues, it may be time to reconsider your decision to live in the house you live, and the type of energy source that’s powering it.
If you live or work in an area with high concentrations of coal ash, you should make sure that your home has a plan to deal with it.
For example, if it’s an older home, make sure to add a ventilation system that has filters that can filter out the coal ash and keep your air clean.
You also might want to consider making a plan with a pest control company to keep the coal dust and coal black out of your home.
The Environmental Protection Agency says that a plan should be developed for your household that’s “consistent with the EPA’s current safety guidance and the recommendations of other relevant agencies.”
In other words, if the coal is in a building that’s likely to have coal ash in it, you might want the building’s management to have a plan in place to deal and protect your home and home neighbors.
If your home is in an older house that is likely to contain coal ash for decades, then it may make sense to consider installing an air conditioning system that filters out the dust and black from the house.
But if you’re not familiar with the types of filters that might work in your home, or if you’ve never installed one, there are other ways you can make sure the air is clean.
These include installing a filter inside the wall and making sure that the filter can be easily accessed and that it’s not blocking the entrance to your home or your home’s windows.
And even if your home does have a ventilation or air conditioning plan in effect, you may still want to ensure that you have a backup plan in case you get hit by the blast.
The most important part is to be aware of the risks that come with living in a house with coal ash.
If the blast is severe enough that you need medical attention, you’re probably better off staying in the home you live.
If it’s less serious, you’ll need to get medical attention quickly, so be sure to tell your doctor about any concerns you have.
You can get emergency help at the Canadian Red Cross and other charities in the area.
You’ll need an emergency shelter and you can also contact the Canadian Fire Agency to arrange for a temporary shelter.
You might also want to get out of the house quickly if you are injured.
That includes using a self-injuring device like a tourniquet, as this can stop the blood clotting process, and it can help you stay warm and comfortable.
For a detailed list of things to do to make your home a better place to be when the blast happens, visit the Canadian Health Coalition’s website.