Fire stairs provide a safe environment that will lead you to a safe place away from the building. Never chock open any fire stair doors as this will cause smoke and heat to enter the fire stairs.
On/off switches should be provided either on the equipment or on the cords, avoid having to pull the plug to shut off the power. Never pull a plug out by the cord. To remove a plug from an outlet, take a firm grip on and pull the plug itself.
Watch out for power lines the next time you use a ladder, prune trees, clean a pool, work on a roof, carry long tools or pipes, install or remove an antenna. Never fly kites, model airplanes, balloons or any other outdoor toys around power lines.
Although some smaller warehouses may not legally require them, automated sprinkler should be considered as standard requirement in any warehouse.Storage should be maintained at least 18 inches below sprinkler head deflectors.
Report electrical hazards. Many fires start in faulty wiring and malfunctioning electrical equipment. Never attempt electrical repairs unless you are qualified and authorized.
DON’T ever climb the fence around an electrical substation.
If a ball or pet gets inside the fence, ask a grown-up to call the electric company – they’ll come and get it out for you.