When a fire breaks out in a building, do you expect people there to stop and read long sentences that instruct them how to find safety? Would you do that if there was a devastating fire in the building you are in? Of course not. All you would do is run towards a safe place. So, there’s absolutely no use writing long textual messages for people to make them follow those while escaping fire. Instead, using symbols seem to be a better idea. It will save time and help people understand what to…Continue
Posted on January 5, 2015 at 12:49am
Car owners love their cars and take adequate care of them. But despite that, plenty of auto fire incidents take place around us every day. Car owner’s ignorance and negligence are the main reasons that an overwhelming number of car fire cases are reported each year.
Being a little bit circumspect and prudent could help car owners keep fire risks at bay. All they need to do is follow some tips and guidelines. That’s all! If they manage to follow all the necessary tips, odds of…Continue
Posted on December 1, 2014 at 5:18am
October is the National Fire Prevention Month. Although the fire safety campaigns continue for the whole month, rather all the year round, the second week of October is designated as the fire safety week.
Sponsored by the National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA), this one month long fire safety prevention campaign has its roots dating back to 1871. It was during that year when the Great Chicago Fire incident occurred.…Continue
Posted on October 8, 2014 at 2:15am
Ensuring Safety at the Workplace by Preventing Fire
Life risk from being exposed in fire is the last thing that a worker can think of. But unfortunately it happens. And when it does, it not only kills the worker, but harms a company's reputation as well, let alone the loss of the victim’s family. Working in a safe environment is the basic right of any worker. This means it is one of the first and foremost responsibilities of…Continue
Posted on September 2, 2014 at 6:27am