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What to Do in Case of Fire

If there is a fire in your flat  
  • Keep calm and tell everyone in your flat to leave.
 Picture: Activate the firm alarm by breaking the Break Glass with hard object.
  • Close all doors after you left your flat to prevent the spread of fire.
  • Activate the firm alarm by breaking the Break Glass with hard object and yell "Fire".
   
Picture: Call the Fire Services Department by dialing 999 when you are safe.
  • Call the Fire Services Department by dialing "999" when you are safe.
  • Use the emergency exits in the opposite direction of the fire.
   
  • Use the stairway behind the smoke door to leave the building.
Picture: Do not use the lift.
   
Picture: Remember, wherever you are, if there is smoke, crawl close to the floor. The air is fresher near the floor.
  • Leave that stairway as soon as you can and use another stairway if it is clear of smoke.
   
If you remain in your unit  
  • Keep smoke from entering your unit. Use duct tape to seal cracks around the door and place wet towels at the bottom. Seal vents or air ducts the same way.
Picture: Keep smoke from entering your unit. Use duct tape to seal cracks around the door and place wet towels at the bottom. Seal vents or air ducts the same way.
  • Show your rescuers where you are by waving eye-catching clothes from the balcony or window.
The Three Don'ts
  • Do not use the lift.
Picture: Do not go back to your flat to collect valuables.
   
Picture: Do not use the lift.
  • Do not wedge open the smoke door on your way escaping from the building, otherwise the smoke will spread quickly.
   
  • Do not go back to your flat to collect valuables.
Picture: Do not wedge open the smoke door on your way escaping from the building, otherwise the smoke will spread quickly.
Familiarise with the escape route
Picture: Familiarize with the direction and routing of the means of escape to well-prepared for quick evacuation.
  • Familiarise with the direction and routing of the means of escape to well-prepared for quick evacuation.
  • Participate in fire drills to help identify the escape route.
Picture: Participate in fire drills to help identify the escape route.

 

Result Announcement for Estate Fire Safety Quiz - "Estate Fire Safety Challenge 2013"


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