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Fire Prevention

Ways to Prevent Fire

  • Install smoke alarms. Test monthly and change batteries annually.

  • Chip-pan fires are the most frequent type of fire- take care and never leave
    the store unattended.

  • Always use a proper candleholder, and keep candles away from draughts,
    or anything flammable.

  • Keep portable heaters away from furniture, furnishings and flammable
    items, and switch them off ever time you leave the house.

  • Buy a fixed guard to place around an open fire.

  • Donít use a hot or sparking power tool, and donít leave a soldering iron,
    or any DIY equipment unattended.

  • At night, before you go to bed unplug all electrical items not in use.

  • Always use correctly rated fuses in all electrical appliances.

  • Avoid using multi-way plug socket adapters, if possible.

  • Never run electrical cables,/leads, or wiring under carpets.

   Safety Tips to Prevent Fire and Fire-Related Accidents

  • Keep hot liquids out of reach of children.

  • Do not store things over the stove, where someone may be burned while reaching for them. Remove any curtains that could easily be ignited.

  • Wear short or close-fitting sleeves when cooking; loose clothing can catch fire.

  • Keep your stove and oven clean.

  • Turn pot or pan handles inward so they canít be knocked off the stove or pulled down by small children.

  • If a grease fire starts on you stove, do not put water on it. Instead, carefully slide a lid over the burning pan to extinguish the flames, then turn off the burner.

  • When the fire in the oven dies out, turn off the gas and allow the remaining
    gas to leak out (escape) completely before rekindling.

  • Never leave a container of hot water in the bathroom even for a split second. Add hot water to cold water not the other way around.

  • Do not revive a fire with gasoline, alcohol, kerosene or other flammable products.

  • Watch out for leaking LPG canisters. Always turn it off when you leave the house or at night, before going to bed.

  • Never let lighted cigarette in the ashtray if you have to leave the room or house. A burning butt could fall off and burn the carpet or other flammable furnishing.

  • Never empty an ashtray into the wastebasket before leaving the house (or office) or going to bed. All it needs is a single live ember to spark off a fire in the trashcan.

  • Have the house checked regularly by a qualified electrician for faulty wiring. Too many fire have been started by faulty wiring specially after a brownout.

  • Unplug all appliances if youíre leaving for a trip and no one will be left to
    care for the house. Even if a maid is staying, unplug everything in the master bedroom and all other appliances that are not needed.

  • Do not play on rooftops or retrieve kites from electric posts; you may get electrocuted.

  • Do not open overheated radiators.

  • Stay away from motorcycle mufflers.

  • For first aid, immerse burned body part in cool or tap water for 15 to 30 minutes.

  • Always keep an anti-burn cream in your medicine cabinet. Do not use toothpaste.

  • Maintenance of electrical component and proper usage of electricity. Avoid overloading electrical out.

  • No smoking in bed. Keep matches and lighter away from children.

  • Do not leave cooking unattended. Never throw water onto burning pots and pans, water will spread the flame. Have a fire extinguisher handy.

    The following are classified fire extinguishers which would be of great guide in helping you choose the right type of extinguisher for the right kind of fire.
     

Class A

Combustible Solids

  • Proper housekeeping
  • Place oily rags in covered containers

Class B

Flammable Liquids

  • Do not refuel gasoline-powered equipment while it's hot
  • Keep flammable liquids in tightly closed containers & store them away from spark-producing sources

Class C

Flammable Gases

  • Check for leaks in valves and tubes regularly
  • Inspect equipment immediately if there is a strange smell

Class D

Combustible Metals

  • Not common and difficult to extinguish once fire is ignited
  • Extra precautions, to use Class-D fire extinguisher agent

Class E

Electrical Equipment

  • Fix old wiring, worn insulation and broken electrical fittings
  • Prevent motors from overheating
  • Investigate appliance that smells strange
  • Avoid overloading electrical outlet

Class F

Cooking Oil

  • Do not leave cooking unattended
  • Keep children away from cooking area.

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