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Did you know that if a fire starts in your home you may have as little as 2 minutes to escape?
Learn how you and your family can prevent home fires and escape from a home fire in 2 minutes!
What fire equipment should I have at home?
Every home should have a smoke detector. 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!
We recommend installing one inside every sleeping room and an additional smoke detector outside each sleeping area.
Our homes consist of flammable materials such as curtains, carpets, furniture and more that can spread a fire easily.
An extinguisher is an important tool in protecting your home as it stops a fire from quickly burning your home.
A fire blanket is most useful for kitchens as it put out small pan fires in the kitchen or you can escape fires by wrapping yourself with this trusty fire blanket.
The living room is where families hang out and chances are, there is a television and electronic equipment in place. There was 1,737 instances of fire caused, due to electrical fires in the latest statistics by Bomba (the fire authorities in Malaysia).
Hence, it is important to have fire extinguishers in your living room for easy access.
The majority of fires happen at night, so it's important to have your extinguishers ready by your side if a fire breaks out in the middle of the night.
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 cannot be put out with water. In fact, trying to put them out with water is extremely dangerous.
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.