Fire is unpredictable. It is one of a dangerous accident that could happen at your home.
It could cause injury or death. Many people panic when they see the fire burning. They just run around.
# Maintain your electrical appliances regularly.
# Keep fire extinguishers readily available and be familiar with the operation. Keep them tested regularly.
Fire extinguisher ratings are -
A Class - Ordinary combustible solids like paper, wood and plastic.
B class - Combustible liquids. Example - Kerosene, gasoline.
C class - Electrical components.
Class D - extinguishers are for metals.
Class K is designed for commercial kitchens.
# If your house is on fire, try to extinguish the fire by pouring water.
# Be prepared to evacuate the area. If there is too much smoke, cover your nose with a wet cloth.
# Most importantly Call the fire department immediately.