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What do I need to ensure home fire safety?
The photo-electric smoke detector will detect smoke and alert you early before it potentially harms you.
Fire Extinguisher can prevent a fire from rapidly spreading and destroying your house.
Fire blanket put out small fires in the kitchen or escape fires by wrapping yourself when fire breaks out.
According to the latest statistics by Bomba (the fire authorities in Malaysia), there were 1,737 instances of electrical fires.
The living room is a common place for families to gather and often has electronic equipment and DB electronic box, which can overheat and catch fire.
While a fire extinguisher is there to put out the fire before it gets big, a smoke detector gives you an early sound detection to warn you of the presence of smoke and can save your life in the event of a fire!
Fire extinguishers should be place easily seen area so you can extinguish the fire quickly before it spreads and start burning other parts of your home.
The majority of fires happen at night, so it's critical to keep your fire extinguishers nearby and within reach.
It’s better to be well-prepared than to be running around looking for an extinguisher in case of a fire.
A fire extinguisher in your kitchen is a must! Between 2010 and 2014, cooking equipment was involved in 46% of home structure fires, 19% of home fire deaths, and 44% of home fire injuries.
Kitchen fires should NOT be put out with water. In fact, trying to put them out with water is extremely dangerous. This is because with a grease fire, the fuel source is a liquid (oil) which can easily splash, spreading the fire to other flammable objects.
Instead of using water, follow these steps:
1. Turn off the stove.
2. Cover the cooking vessel with a lid if possible.
3. Spray the fire extinguisher at the base of the flame
Did you know that if a fire starts in your home you may have as little as 2 minutes to escape?
Fires are scary. To put off a fire effectively, remember the P.A.S.S. method.
1. Pull the Pin
2. Aim at the base of the fire
3. Squeeze handle
4. Sweep to cover all bases.