It's not Cob Webs
Did you know?
Residues (such as burning plastics or the soot from furnace disorders) form long chains of ionized smoke particles that assemble in corners or at junctions of walls and ceilings which are called smoke webs!
Often times our customers make the comment that they didn't realize their home or business was so dirty. In a time of stress during a disaster they are often relieved to know that smoke webs were caused by the fire and not from lack of cleaning.
Does your business have a plan? Check out these tips:
Protect your people : Your employees are your most important business asset. These tips can help prevent them from being injured in a fire.
- Fire Plans: Make sure your employees know what to do if there's a fire, including calling 911 immediately. Conduct a fire drill at least once a year to keep employees aware of your workplace fire safety protocol.
- Evacuation Plan: In larger buildings, post a fire evacuation plan in several spots around the workplace. Never include elevators in an evacuation plan; always use the stairs.
- First Aid: In case of fire injuries, your employees should be familiar with the location of the first-aid kit, which should be kept where possible hazards can occur most-such as in the kitchen.
PRACTICE FIRE SAFETY AND EVACUATION AT HOME AS WELL. WHAT WILL PARENTS AND CHILDREN DO IF A FIRE BREAKS OUT DURING SLEEPING HOURS?
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