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If there is a fire, evacuate the building immediately and call 101.
Smoke detectors should be tested once a month.
If your smoke detector goes off, evacuate the building immediately and call 101.
You can prevent fires in your home by not leaving cooking unattended, keeping flammable materials away from heat sources, and not overloading electrical outlets.
If you see someone starting a fire, call 101 immediately.

Why is Fire Safety Important?

Fires can occur anytime, anywhere, and can have catastrophic consequences. They can result in property damage, injuries, and even loss of life. By prioritizing fire safety, you not only safeguard yourself and your family but also contribute to creating a safer environment for your community. Understanding the risks associated with fires and implementing preventive measures can significantly reduce the chances of an incident occurring.

Our Fire Safety Tips

Smoke alarms are the first line of defense in detecting fires. Install smoke alarms on every level of your home and in each bedroom. Regularly test and replace batteries to ensure they are in working order.
Develop a clear and well-practiced escape plan for your home or workplace. Identify multiple exits and establish a meeting point outside. Ensure that everyone in the household or office understands the plan.
Conduct regular fire drills to familiarize yourself and your family or employees with the escape routes and procedures. Practice different scenarios to ensure everyone knows what to do in an emergency.
Teach children about fire safety from an early age. Discuss the dangers of fire, the importance of not playing with matches or lighters, and what to do if there is a fire. Reinforce the “Stop, Drop, and Roll” technique.
Learn how to use fire extinguishers and keep them accessible in key areas of your home or workplace. Ensure they are regularly inspected, and personnel are trained in their proper use.
The kitchen is a common area where fires start. Never leave cooking unattended, keep flammable objects away from the stove, and have a fire extinguisher nearby. Install a fire blanket for emergencies.
Regularly inspect electrical cords and outlets for any signs of damage or overloading. Unplug appliances when not in use and avoid using extension cords as a permanent solution.
Keep candles away from flammable materials, and never leave them unattended. Consider using flameless LED candles as a safer alternative.
Practice safe outdoor fire practices, such as using designated fire pits or grills away from structures and vegetation. Ensure the fire is completely extinguished before leaving the area.
Invest in fire safety equipment such as fire-resistant safes, fireproof document holders, and sprinkler systems to enhance protection and minimize damage.
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