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Basic Fire Safety
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Basic Fire Safety
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Basic Fire Safety

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  • 1. How are we able to prevent fire.
  • 2.  Don’ts: Do NOT overload outlet with too many plugs. Dos: Use authority approved type of plugs and extension cords. Total appliances current consumption should not exceed the approved rating of one socket outlet
  • 3.  Don’ts: Do NOT use frayed electrical cable. Dos: Ensure all electrical cable is well insulated and maintained.
  • 4.  Do not dispose flammable objects such as embers, cigarette butts or lighted items into dustbin without extinguishing them completely.  Do not leave cooking stoves and heated appliances unattended.  Make sure that food placed in the toaster and microwave is not overcooked to the stage where it burns and start a fire.
  • 5.  Ensure that the wires for TV and AV equipment are tidy and well maintained at all times.  Do not run wires under carpet.  Always make sure that you get the right watt of bulb for the table lamp since a higher watt might heat the lampshade and cause a fire.
  • 6.  Never leave ironing or heated appliances unattended since overheated fabric burns and can cause a fire.  Never allow children to play with matches. Keep matches away from children.  Seek professional help when repairing worn out wires since wrongly or poorly repaired wires can start a fire

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