U.S. restaurants and bars reported an average of 7,640 fires annually between 2006 and 2010, along with an annual average of two deaths, 115 injuries and $246 million in property losses, according to the National Fire Protection Agency. Preparation is key to preventing fires that have the potential to permanently shut down a restaurant, writes Mike Rosenau of Society Insurance, who shares tips on how to keep eateries safe from the flames.

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