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Keep your workplace as clutter-free as possible. Discard fire hazards like oily rags by placing them in a covered metal container and emptying it on a regular basis. Make sure the machines in your workplace are properly maintained to prevent overheating and friction sparks.
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Different types of fire:
Fires involve solid materials of an organic nature such as wood, paper, cloth, rubber and plastics that do not melt.
Fires involves liquids. They include petrol, diesel, thinners, oils, paints, wax, cooking fat and plastics that melt.
Fires involves electricity.
Fires involves flammable metals such as magnesium, aluminum, titanium, sodium and potassium.
Simple fire extinguisher training technique
Fire and safety management is mandatory at workplace.
P Pull the pin on the extinguisher.
A Aim the hose nozzle low toward the base of the fire.
S Squeeze the handle to release the extinguishing agent.
S Sweep the nozzle from side to side at the base of the flames until extinguished.
1. Install smoke alarms on every level of your home, inside bedrooms and outside sleeping areas.
2. Test smoke alarms every month.
3. Talk with all family members about a fire escape plan and practice the plan twice a year.
4. If a fire occurs in your home, get out, stay out and call for help.
A Gas is used to stop fire
Sodium bicarbonate, regular or ordinary used on class B and C fires, was the first of the dry chemical agents developed. In the heat of a fire, it releases a cloud of carbon dioxide that smothers the fire. That is, the gas drives oxygen away from the fire, thus stopping the chemical reaction.
What to do when there is a fire
1. Try not to panic.
2. Tell everyone in the house.
3. Using your pre-planned escape route, get everyone out of the building as quickly as possible.
4. Smoke rises so stay low or crawl on the floor in the cleaner air where it’s easier to breathe.
5. Don’t stop to collect any valuables or possessions.
Fire safety plan
A Fire Safety Plan is designed by the building owner to identify the actions that should be taken by the occupants and building management in the event of a fire or similar emergency situation. The Fire Safety Plan therefore covers fire prevention, evacuation and emergency response.
We prepare and implement the Arson Prevention Plan for the premises and organize campaigns, training courses, competitions, contests and other activities which will develop and maintain the interest of the occupants within the premises in establishing a fire safe environment. We conduct a fire safety management course.