Fire Safety. Fire safety information saves lives. It's as simple as that. Whether it's in your own home or in your place of employment, education and clear markings of important fire hazards and safety equipment can prevent injuries and save structures as long as people are well aware of everything they need to know.
The goal of fire prevention is to educate the public to take precautions to prevent potentially harmful fires, and be educated about surviving them. It is a proactive method of reducing emergencies and the damage caused by them.
Keep your work area free of waste paper, trash and other items that can easily catch fire.
Check on your electrical cords. ...
Don't overload your circuits.
Turn off electrical appliances at the end of each day.
Keeps heat producing equipment away from anything that might burn.
Keep all fires and heaters well guarded, especially open fires. ...
Keep portable heaters and candles away from furniture and curtains. ...
Don't dry or air clothes over or near the fire, or the cooker.
Do not smoke in bed.
Many fires start in the kitchen, especially fat fires.