Dos and don'ts of fire
Do not be afraid, and immediately take the necessary measures and pay attention to the following;
Get yourself to safety and let others know by shouting as you run.
If possible, call the fire department. Otherwise, ask someone else to do it.
If you are trapped in an enclosed environment that is hot at the exit, look for another way out and ask for help.
Keep your body low when exiting a burning store. This allows you to breathe easily and the smoke near the ceiling does not enter your chest by breathing.
Find out where fire extinguishers are stored.
If you find an empty emergency capsule without a guarantee, inform the supervisor.
If your workplace is near open flames and sparks, use appropriate work clothes and you can consult your supervisor to choose good clothes.
Never fight a fire alone unless :
Be well trained and able to use a fire extinguisher.
There is no other person in the fire place.
There is a way to escape and you can easily get away from the place.
The fire department has been called.
Reporting any potential fire hazards, and emergency road closures to the supervisor.
Keeping the body down when leaving a store that has been on fire.
Smoking near flammable liquids such as paper, wood, straw and anything else.
Store and store chemicals in an unlabeled container.
Using a fire extinguisher without training.