“It is better to prepare and prevent than to repair and repent.”

Fire is a danger that can impact entire communities. Each year around the world many people die, thousands are injured, and billions in Money are lost as a result of fire accidents and reconstruction. To combat these significant losses, use of science and technology in fire safety techniques is of the utmost importance.

In terms of Fire and safety it refers to all the methods, precautions and training that’s undertaken either to prevent a fire, control one or efficiently dealing with it to minimize loss of life and property. Fire safety is a vital part of every building that’s constructed. Usually the rules differs country or region wise as well as based on types of building like homes, commercial spaces or factories where combustible fuel is stored.

Threat to fire safety is termed as fire hazard. It refers to a situation that includes the chances of a place being prone to fire or a place where it’s easy for the fire to spread once started and difficult to extinguish due to lack of proper safety measures. Fire protection engineers work for an important purpose: to protect the environment, property, and most importantly, people, from the dangers of fire. This makes becoming a fire protection engineer a rewarding career choice.

Fire can be a threat to all of us at any time at any place, but taking simple precautions and being prepared can help to keep us safe. Fire Safety at workplace is must and its Employer’s responsibility to ensure the safety of personnel at place of work as they are the real assets for any organization. Fire Safety Training in the workplace provides a sense of preparedness for employees and adds to the overall health of the organization. There are many training programs to teach relevant up-to-date knowledge and awareness of potential emergencies in the workplace and to provide workers with the skills and confidence to deal with such situations.

The knowledge and skills learnt by workers can prove invaluable in avoiding potential incidents. Employees can learn how to use emergency prevention equipment, operate emergency control equipment and correctly implement an emergency evacuation. Training can be modified specifically to organization’s needs, ensuring that fire teams and first response units have the most up-to-date and professionally accurate training possible. It also provides participants with the skills and knowledge to prevent and respond to emergency situations in the workplace. This is  ‘must’ for all organizations that want to equip their employees with the expert knowledge needed in a first response emergency situation.

 “It is better to prepare and prevent than to repair and repent.”

Happy National Safety Month. Let’s win Safety together

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