FIRE SAFETY

FIRE SAFETY

Published on 2 November 2020
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FIRE
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is caused by the rapid oxidation of fuel
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IN ORDER TO BE ALIVE, FIRE REQUIRES
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HEAT
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energy to raise temperature to ignition point
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FUEL
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such as paper, wood or petrol
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OXYGEN
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of minimum 16%
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CLASSES OF FIRE
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BASED ON THE FUEL OF THE FIRE
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CLASSES OF FIRE
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A
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FLAMMABLE SOLIDS
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clothes, paper, wood
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B
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FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS
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petrol, paint, diesel
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C
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FLAMMABLE GASES
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methane, ammonia, butane
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D
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METALS
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Potassium, Lithium, Magnesium
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E
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ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
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TV, motors, computer
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F
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KITCHEN FIRES
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cooking oil and appliances
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Different classes of fire have different
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CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
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and so, they need different types of
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fire extinguishers
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FIRE EXTINGUISHER TYPES
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CARBON DIOXIDE
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DRY POWDER
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A B C E F
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SPECIAL DRY POWDER
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D
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FOAM
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A B F
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WATER
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A
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VITAL
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IT IS
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TO KNOW HOW TO USE A
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FIRE EXTINGUISHER
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just remember...
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P A S S
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ULL PIN
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IM AT BASE OF FIRE
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QUEEZE HANDLE
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WAY FROM SIDE TO SIDE
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but what if
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a building
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catches fire?
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you need to act immediately
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but always remember to be calm
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stay low in case of smokes and fumes
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roll over when you get off your bed
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don't bother dressing up or taking valuables
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don't attempt to use the fire extinguisher unless you are trained
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always choose the stairs, not the elevator
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and if you need to warn others,
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just shout
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"FIRE, EVERYONE OUT!"
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THIS VIDEO WAS PRESENTED BY
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