The normal person doesn't consider fire safety except they have recently seen an advertisement for specific training or program at work or at school. This is serious business and you need to know what you can do to keep your home and workplace safer. 

There are steps you can take to ensure that your family and colleagues are protected from fire hazards, as well as inform them of fire fighting procedures, equipment and functions. You can visit to know about safety from fire.

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You and your family cannot rely on firefighters or rescue workers to assist you in times of need. You need to be actively involved with the evacuation plan and practice it at least three times a year.

To be proactive, you need to know where your fire extinguisher is at all times. Take a walk throughout your business or home and show your family or coworker exactly where each fire extinguisher is located and how it is used. At least once a year you should have a firefighter speak with your company or school and explain how a fire extinguisher works. 

Real demonstrations with real fire extinguishers can open many people's eyes. Once people understand the importance of fire extinguishers, they are more likely to use the fire extinguisher properly in an emergency.

Someone in your home or business should be assigned the responsibility of inspecting the fire extinguisher. This person will check the gauge and label to make sure they are up to date. 

If you don't know how to check the levels in your fire extinguisher, or if you have the costs, you can get instruction from a fire specialist. Even if you haven't used a fire extinguisher before, always check the pressure inside the box and the test label on the fire extinguisher itself.