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Did you know that he areas of the house where most fires occur are the kitchen, sleeping areas, and lounge area?
Are you fire safe in the home?
The fire services recommend this simple safety checklist to assist in keeping your home fire safe.
- Installing an adequate number of suitable smoke alarms and testing them regularly is the first step in your home fire safety plan.
- Having a written escape plan in case of fire and practicing it regularly.
- Make sure keys to all locked doors are readily accessible in case you need to escape.
- Never leave cooking or any other open flame including candles or oil burners unattended.
- Clean the lint filter of your clothes dryer each and every time you use it.
- Never smoke in bed and take extra care if consuming alcohol whilst smoking.
- In Winter take extra care when using heaters, electric blankets or open fires.
- Don’t overload power points and switch off appliances when not in use.
- Always keep lighters and matches away from children and educate them that they are “tools not toys” to only be used by responsible adults.
- If you have a garage or shed remember to take extra care with any stored chemicals and fuels and always refuel mowers, edgers etc when they are cold and in the open.
- If you have a gas, electric or wood BBQ always check that it is in safe working order before lighting and that it is always in the care of a responsible adult when in use.
- If you live in a bushfire prone area keep the ground around your home clear of leaves and other litter and remember to clean your gutters regularly.
Fire safety tips
- Remember that smoke from a fire will make you confused and that you cannot see in smoke.
- When asleep you will not smell smoke and it will in fact put you into a deeper sleep.
- If you have escaped from a home fire, remember once you get out stay out and dial Triple Zero (000).
- Oil, gas or wood heating units may require a yearly maintenance check.
- Only ever use fuses of recommended rating and install an electrical safety switch.
- Smoke Alarms
- Escape Plan
- Home security and fire safety
- Kitchen fire safety
- Portable outdoor gas heaters
- Electrical Power Boards
- Children and fire fascination
- Household chemical safety
- Garage/workshop chemical safety
- LPG Cylinder safety checklist
- General barbecue safety
- Over 55s fire safety
- Call Triple Zero (000) to report emergencies
In an Emergency Call Triple Zero (000)
A collaboration of the Fire and Rescue NSW, NSW Rural Fire Service, ACT Fire Brigade and ACT Rural Fire ServiceSOURCE ; https://www.fire.nsw.gov.au/page.php?id=289