Fire is DEADLY!
What are two ways Fire can kill?
Fire is DEADLY!
- Smoke and toxic gases kill more people than flames do. Fire uses up the oxygen you need and produces smoke and poisonous gases that kill.
- Heat is more threatening than flames. A fire’s heat alone can kill.
- Fire isn’t bright, it’s pitch black.
- There is little time!
What is a Level 1 fire?
LEVEL I (1) EVACUATION or PROTECTION ALERT: A wildfire threat is in your area. It would be wise to consider planning and/or packing, in the event an evacuation becomes necessary.
What is fire procedure?
A fire emergency evacuation plan (FEEP) is a written document which includes the action to be taken by all staff in the event of fire and the arrangements for calling the fire brigade. It can include any relevant information in relation to the FEEP.
What does tact stand for in fire safety?
Time Action Commitment And Temperature Click
What is the most dangerous fire?
Deadliest fires or explosions in the world
|1||Earthquakes resulted in fires that caused most deaths  Tokyo to Yokohama, Japan|
|2||Earthquake resulted in fires that caused most deaths  Tokyo, Japan|
|3||Nuclear power plant chemical explosion led to release of nuclear radiation  Kiev, U.S.S.R.|
What is the uses of fire?
Fire has been used by humans in rituals, in agriculture for clearing land, for cooking, generating heat and light, for signaling, propulsion purposes, smelting, forging, incineration of waste, cremation, and as a weapon or mode of destruction.
What are the 6 types of fires?
There are 6 different classes of fire, and each should be attacked in a different way.
- Class A (Solids) Class A fires are fires involving solids.
- Class B (Liquids) Class B fires are fires involving liquids.
- Class C (Gases)
- Class D (Metals)
- Electrical Fires.
- Class F (Cooking Fats & Oils)
What are the stages of fire evacuation?
There are four stages of an evacuation:
- Tactical Evacuation. The emergency does not allow for any warnings to prepare to evacuate.
- Evacuation Alert. People should be prepared to evacuate the area.
- Evacuation Order. People have been ordered to evacuate the area.
- Evacuation Rescind.