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Grilling Policy

Cooking outdoors is a popular pastime and according to the Insurance Information Institute, Americans enjoy more than three billion barbecues each year. Casual cookouts can turn dangerous and sometimes deadly if safety is ignored. The National Fire Protection Association has indicated that outdoor grilling causes more than 6,100 accidental fires and explosions each year due to the improper use of grills, resulting in 20,000 emergency room visits and 29.1 million in estimated damage.



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