Category : Fire Safety Blog
Having fireworks at home can be great fun, as long as they are used safely. Figures show more children rather than adults get hurt by fireworks.
Over the past few years A lot of pre-school children, some only a year old, were treated in hospital for fireworks injuries.
We have 7 Top Safety Tips on how to prevent, or at least minimise the risk of fires being started in arson attacks.
This doesn’t just mean preventing unauthorised entry. After all, an arsonist only needs to slide a lit piece of paper through your letter box to accomplish their goal.
Most arson attacks occur at night, when there is nobody around to impede it’s spread. So it’s especially important that you secure your building when locking up.
Emergency lighting Systems ensure people can escape your building; operate manual call points and use firefighting devices. They also prevent people from panicking or having accidents caused by being in the dark.