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Know What to Do in a Fire   1.Test any closed doors with the back of your hand for heat. Do not open the door if you feel heat or see smoke. Close all doors as you leave each room to keep the fire from spreading. 2.Crawl low under smoke. Choose the safest exit. … …

Contact the nearest fire station to service your fire extinguishers every six months. And learn how to use it.

Personnel of the Federal Fire Service takes fire safety education to the general public. Get more details in February edition of Fire Fighters Magazine.

IF YOU GET CAUGHT IN A FIRE, SURVIVAL IS YOUR TOP PRIORITY. YOU SHOULD: Remain calm! Feel if the door handle is hot, before exiting Close the door behind you to keep the fire from spreading If your clothes catch fire: Stop, Drop, and Roll! Take fire alarms seriously; treat every alarm as a real …

No matter type of business you conduct at your workplace, fire safety should always be a main concern. Here are a few fire safety tips you can distribute to your staff. Fire Prevention Keep your work area free of waste paper, trash and other items that can easily catch fire. Check on your electrical cords. …

1.) Don’t play with matches and lighters. If you see matches or a lighter where you can reach them, don’t touch them. Go tell a grown up right away. 2.) Ask your parents to install smoke detectors on every floor and in the sleeping areas of your home. Smoke detectors can save lives. Ask your …