In Today’s times, fires are very common in fields, houses, buildings and plenty more areas. You need all the safety tips and guidance there is to keep you safe and sound. Thousands of people fall victim every year to house fires.
Protect your home, the valuables inside and loved ones from falling victims in house fires. House fires are very dangerous, not only to you but also others around you at that time. This is why you need quality fire-fighting equipment to put out the fire and to protect yourself.
How to Prevent a House Fire?
To prevent a house fire, you need to inspect all heating sources. Make sure to place all your heaters away from any curtains and blankets. Also make sure to inspect your heater before use.
Always check your stove. Make sure not to leave anything flammable near your stove. Leaving your kitchen towels or cook books next to or on your stove can lead to a fire, do not leave your stove unattended while in use.
Do you use candles? Never leave burning candles unattended. Make sure to keep small children, and any pets away from the candles while they are in use. Make sure that the candles are clear of any paper, curtains or carpets, and be aware of what is under your candle to catch the wax.
Maintenance on cords. Always check your cords for open wires, this could cause a spark. Check all wall plugs as well for any faults, just to be safe.
Make sure you store your flammable products properly. Most cleaning products are flammable, as well as deodorants. Keep all flammable products away from any heat.
Keep fire extinguishers handy. Ensure to always have a fire extinguisher at certain points in your house. A kitchen is the key place to keep the fire extinguisher and if you have a fire place in your home, make sure to have one there as well. Ensure that everyone in your home knows how to use a fire extinguisher, in case anything goes wrong at any point in time.
Contact Invuyani Safety today
For more information and tips of how to take care of fires in your household call us now, and get your quality fire-fighting equipment today in case of emergencies. Contact us today to be speak to one of our consultants at Invuyani Safety, or visit our website for more.