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Presented by
Adib Asshab Ankon
Community Volunteer, Bangladesh Fire Service & Civil Defence.
Sanjoy Das
Community Volunteer, Bangladesh Fire Service & Civil Defence.
Fire Safety
&
Prevention
Objectives
• To understand how to avoid fires
and fire related injuries.
• To create awareness of fire deaths
and injuries and their common
causes.
• To inform participants of their
personal responsibility toward fire
safety and injury prevention.
What is FIRE ???
Fire is the rapid oxidation of a material in
the exothermic chemical process of burning,
releasing heat, light and various reaction products.
Types of Fire
• Class A
• Class B
• Class C
• Class D
• Class E
Class A
• Fires involving solid materials
such as wood, paper or
textiles.
• Extinguishing medium- Water.
Class B
• Fires involving flammable
liquids such as petrol, diesel
or oils.
•Extinguishing medium-
Foam,CO2,DCP (Dry Chemical
Portable Extinguisher).
Class C
• Fires involving gases such as
Methane (CH4),Propene
(C3H6),LPG(Liquefied petroleum gas).
• Extinguishing medium- DCP,
CO2,Water.
Class D
• Fires involving metals
such as Aluminum,
Magnesium, Cupper etc.
• Extinguishing medium-
DCP, Sand, Dry Soil, Lime
Stone, Ash.
• Warning : Do not use
Water in this type of fire.
Class E
• Fires involving live
electrical apparatus.
(Technically ‘Class E’
doesn’t exists however
this is used for
convenience here)
Fire Extinguishing Method
1. COOLING : Extinguishing fire by Water.
2. SMOTHERING: Extinguishing fire by Foam.
3. STARVATION: Extinguishing fire by removing
burning components .
Fire Extinguishing Principle
Fire Causes
• The top fire causes include:
–Cooking (49%)
–Open Flame (10%)
–Heating (9%)
–Incendiary/Arson (8%)
–Smoking (4%)
*leading cause of fire fatalities
Personal vigilance is the best way
to avoid and survive fires!
In The Home
• People feel the safest in their homes,
however residential properties are
where most fires and fire deaths
occur.
– 76% of all structure fires
occurred in residential properties.
– 97% of structural fire deaths
occurred in residential properties.
Cooking Fires
Pay attention to what you’re cooking.
If you leave the room, turn off the stove.
Don’t cook if you’re sleepy or
if you’re impaired.
Nearly half of all home fires
originate in the kitchen.
Reduce Your Chance of a Cooking
Fire
• Keep flammable items away
from heat sources.
Curtains, potholders, towels, clothing,
etc.
Clean your stovetop frequently
to avoid grease build up.
• Keep flammable cleaners away
from heat sources.
Grease fires
Never put water on a grease fire!
Smoking related fire
Candles
Electrical FIRE
Important Safety Elements
• Alarms
–Smoke
–Carbon Monoxide
• Fire extinguishers
• Residential Fire Sprinkler Systems
Smoke Alarms
Breathing smoke can kill you!
Smoke is toxic.
If you must escape through
smoke,
get low and go under the
smoke.
Alarm Placement & Maintenance
Make sure you can hear the
alarm in every place in your
home.
They should be loud enough to
wake you from sleep.
Check them once a month.
Change the batteries once a year.
Replace them every 10 years.
Fire Extinguisher
• A fire extinguisher is an
active fire protection device
used to extinguish or control
small fires, often in
emergency situations. It is
not intended for use on an
out-of-control fire,
Indication of Fire Extinghuisher
Types of Fire Extinghuisher
Depends on fire extinguish
1. Water type
2. Foam type
3. Gas type
4. Powder type
Operating System
1> P. Pull the pin
2> A. Aim at the base of the fire
3> S. Squeeze the lever
4> S. Sweep from side to side
If you have a fire…
Leave, close the door, and call 199 ,
9555555, 01713038182 from outside.
Don’t ignore alarms!
Even if your building has frequent alarms, you need to
leave when they go off.
Once you’re out, STAY OUT!
Don’t go back inside for possessions or pets.
Notify the fire department if anyone is unaccounted
for.
You never know when it could be a real fire.
What Can We Do on Fire?
If on fire
• Stop, Drop, Cover and Roll
• Smother the flames with a
blanket
• Move away from heat
source
First Aid For Burn Injuries
• For all burns apply cold running (tap) water
for at least 20 minutes
• If running water not available, wet 2 cloths
and alternate them onto the burn every 2
minutes
• Keep the rest of the body warm
• Do NOT use ice, butter, creams, etc.
Reference
• https://www.marsden-fire-safety.co.uk/resources/fire-extinguisher
• https://www.google.com/search?q=bangladesh+fire+service+and+
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Fire safety presentation

  • 1.
  • 2.
  • 3. Presented by Adib Asshab Ankon Community Volunteer, Bangladesh Fire Service & Civil Defence. Sanjoy Das Community Volunteer, Bangladesh Fire Service & Civil Defence. Fire Safety & Prevention
  • 4. Objectives • To understand how to avoid fires and fire related injuries. • To create awareness of fire deaths and injuries and their common causes. • To inform participants of their personal responsibility toward fire safety and injury prevention.
  • 5. What is FIRE ??? Fire is the rapid oxidation of a material in the exothermic chemical process of burning, releasing heat, light and various reaction products.
  • 6. Types of Fire • Class A • Class B • Class C • Class D • Class E
  • 7. Class A • Fires involving solid materials such as wood, paper or textiles. • Extinguishing medium- Water.
  • 8. Class B • Fires involving flammable liquids such as petrol, diesel or oils. •Extinguishing medium- Foam,CO2,DCP (Dry Chemical Portable Extinguisher).
  • 9. Class C • Fires involving gases such as Methane (CH4),Propene (C3H6),LPG(Liquefied petroleum gas). • Extinguishing medium- DCP, CO2,Water.
  • 10. Class D • Fires involving metals such as Aluminum, Magnesium, Cupper etc. • Extinguishing medium- DCP, Sand, Dry Soil, Lime Stone, Ash. • Warning : Do not use Water in this type of fire.
  • 11. Class E • Fires involving live electrical apparatus. (Technically ‘Class E’ doesn’t exists however this is used for convenience here)
  • 12. Fire Extinguishing Method 1. COOLING : Extinguishing fire by Water. 2. SMOTHERING: Extinguishing fire by Foam. 3. STARVATION: Extinguishing fire by removing burning components .
  • 14. Fire Causes • The top fire causes include: –Cooking (49%) –Open Flame (10%) –Heating (9%) –Incendiary/Arson (8%) –Smoking (4%) *leading cause of fire fatalities Personal vigilance is the best way to avoid and survive fires!
  • 15. In The Home • People feel the safest in their homes, however residential properties are where most fires and fire deaths occur. – 76% of all structure fires occurred in residential properties. – 97% of structural fire deaths occurred in residential properties.
  • 16. Cooking Fires Pay attention to what you’re cooking. If you leave the room, turn off the stove. Don’t cook if you’re sleepy or if you’re impaired. Nearly half of all home fires originate in the kitchen.
  • 17. Reduce Your Chance of a Cooking Fire • Keep flammable items away from heat sources. Curtains, potholders, towels, clothing, etc. Clean your stovetop frequently to avoid grease build up. • Keep flammable cleaners away from heat sources.
  • 18. Grease fires Never put water on a grease fire! Smoking related fire Candles Electrical FIRE
  • 19. Important Safety Elements • Alarms –Smoke –Carbon Monoxide • Fire extinguishers • Residential Fire Sprinkler Systems
  • 20. Smoke Alarms Breathing smoke can kill you! Smoke is toxic. If you must escape through smoke, get low and go under the smoke.
  • 21. Alarm Placement & Maintenance Make sure you can hear the alarm in every place in your home. They should be loud enough to wake you from sleep. Check them once a month. Change the batteries once a year. Replace them every 10 years.
  • 22. Fire Extinguisher • A fire extinguisher is an active fire protection device used to extinguish or control small fires, often in emergency situations. It is not intended for use on an out-of-control fire,
  • 23. Indication of Fire Extinghuisher
  • 24. Types of Fire Extinghuisher Depends on fire extinguish 1. Water type 2. Foam type 3. Gas type 4. Powder type
  • 25. Operating System 1> P. Pull the pin 2> A. Aim at the base of the fire 3> S. Squeeze the lever 4> S. Sweep from side to side
  • 26.
  • 27. If you have a fire… Leave, close the door, and call 199 , 9555555, 01713038182 from outside. Don’t ignore alarms! Even if your building has frequent alarms, you need to leave when they go off. Once you’re out, STAY OUT! Don’t go back inside for possessions or pets. Notify the fire department if anyone is unaccounted for. You never know when it could be a real fire.
  • 28. What Can We Do on Fire? If on fire • Stop, Drop, Cover and Roll • Smother the flames with a blanket • Move away from heat source
  • 29. First Aid For Burn Injuries • For all burns apply cold running (tap) water for at least 20 minutes • If running water not available, wet 2 cloths and alternate them onto the burn every 2 minutes • Keep the rest of the body warm • Do NOT use ice, butter, creams, etc.