Fire Safety & Evacuation

  1. Avoid the “Invisible Killer”
    Categories: Fire Safety & Evacuation

    Avoid the “Invisible Killer”

    Breathe easy this winter and avoid carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning. CO is called the “Invisible Killer” because it's a colorless, odorless, and poisonous gas. According to the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA), more than 150 people in the United States die every year from accidental nonfire-related CO poisoning associated with consumer products, including generators. Other products include faulty, improperly-used or incorrectly-vented...
  2. Fires & Wildfire
    Categories: Fire Safety & Evacuation

    Fires & Wildfire

    Evacuation & Fire Safety EquipmentEmergency Evacuation & Fire Supplies: FIRE! Nobody wants to hear this, but if you do; Are You Ready? Everyone knows you need Fire Extinguishers and Smoke/CO2 Alarms, but what about Fire Resistant Document Bags, Escape ladders for exiting a burning building during a fire or other catastrophe, fire blankets, burn kits and supplies, or even Fire...
  3. Wildfire
    Categories: Fire Safety & Evacuation


    Are you ready for Wildfire? Wildfires kill 30 people, destroy 2,800 homes and burn more than seven million acres on average, per year. Be prepared, aware and act early if a wildfire comes your way. Drier conditions can fuel wildfires. Be Ready, Be Firewise. ?  Fire ?  Campfire Safety ?  Fire Safety & Extinguishers ?  The Fire Triangle ?  Types...
  4. Fire
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    In most cases, a fire should be your signal to quickly evacuate the building via the quickest and safest route.  If, however, a fire can be easily extinguished, it can significantly reduce the risk of injury and property damage. Types of Fire Extinguishers Fire Safety & Extinguishers The Fire Triangle   Be aware of fire extinguisher locations, and know how...
  5. Fire Safety & Extinguishers
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    Fire Safety & Extinguishers

    Fire - one of the most devastating emergencies, and a year-round risk. Every Company should have a full complement of the proper type of fire extinguisher for the fire hazards present. All fire extinguishers should be inspected annually by a fire protection equipment company and tagged with the date of inspection. If a fire extinguisher is used or discharged for any reason, it...
  6. The Fire Triangle
    Categories: Fire Safety & Evacuation

    The Fire Triangle

    In order to understand how fire extinguishers work, you first need to know a little bit about fire. Four things must be present at the same time in order to produce fire: Enough oxygen to sustain combustion, Enough heat to raise the material to its ignition temperature, Some sort of fuel or combustible material, and The chemical, exothermic reaction that...
  7. Types of Fire Extinguishers
    Categories: Fire Safety & Evacuation

    Types of Fire Extinguishers

    Which type of Fire Extinguisher is right for the job? How do you know what type it is? Most fire extinguishers will have a pictograph label telling which fuels the extinguisher is designed to fight. Different types of fire extinguishers are designed to fight different classes of fire. The three most common types of fire extinguishers are: Water (APW) Extinguishers...
  8. Weather Ready Nation
    Categories: Disaster, Survival, and Preparedness, Wilderness & Outdoor, Safety Tips & Fire Safety & Evacuation

    Weather Ready Nation

    Having been formally recognized by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) for improving the nation’s readiness, responsiveness, and overall resilience against extreme weather, water, and climate events, First Aid Product,com strives to continue its efforts to share safety tips, weather readiness ideas, and preparedness plans to help our readers stay Weather Ready. Storm, Weather, and Emergency Survival Tips Tip #1: Prepare...
  9. Make a Fire Escape Plan
    Categories: Disaster, Survival, and Preparedness & Fire Safety & Evacuation

    Make a Fire Escape Plan

    More than 15,925 people were injured by fire in the United States in 2013, according to the U.S. Fire Administration. If a fire breaks out in your home, you may have as little as two minutes to safely escape once the alarm sounds. When fire strikes, deadly smoke can fill your home within minutes. That's why we want you to...

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