Always Keep a fire extinguisher in the kitchen and know when and how to use it. Always stay in the kitchen while cooking. Always stay in the kitchen while cooking. kitchen while cooking.
Never trim your trees with power lines going through or near them and never cut tree limbs that are touching power lines or that could fall into them.
Check smoke detectors once a month and change the batteries at least once a year. Smoke detectors sense abnormal amounts of smoke or invisible combustion gases in the air and indicate any Fire.
Grease and greasy vegetation shall not be allowed to grow in the vicinity of substation, stores, yards etc. as they can catch fire easily once dried..
You should remove or reduce any ﬁre hazards where possible and reduce any risks you have identiﬁed. For example:
• Replace highly ﬂammable materials with less ﬂammable ones
•Make sure you separate ﬂammable materials from sources of ignition
• Have a no smoking policy
•Ensure adequate inspection and testing of electrical installations and equipment
Check on your electrical cords. If a cord is damaged in any way, replace it. Try not to lay cords in places where they can be stepped on, as this will contribute to deterioration of the protective outside coating.
Never touch a person who is being shocked. Unplug the faulty appliance or turn off the power, if possible. Call for help immediately.
Never block sprinklers, firefighting equipment or emergency exits. Observe clearances when stacking materials.
Never ignite aerial fireworks where overhead obstruction(tree, leaves, wires etc.) may interfere with trajectory into open air space. Never ignite aerial fireworks near an opening to a building. An open garage door or window could allow aerial fireworks to fly into the structure and cause a fire.
Don’t leave plugged in appliances where they might come into contact with water. If a plugged-in appliance falls into water, NEVER reach in to pull it out even it it’s turned off. Unplug it first. If you have an appliance that has gotten wet, don’t use it until it’s been checked by a qualified repair person