The kitchen is a place where households use fire, electricity, and gas more frequently, and it is also likely to become a "hiding place" for fire hazards. In order to eliminate the fire hazards in the kitchen and avoid fires, the provincial fire department will bring you some related fire safety measures:
1. Try not to leave the kitchen while cooking, especially if the soup is cooked for a long time, such as slow cooking.
2. When the oil pan is on fire, don't panic, first turn off the gas, then cover it with a pot lid and a wet towel to isolate the burning matter in the oil pan from the air and extinguish the flame. Remember not to extinguish it directly with water to prevent oil splash Big fire.
3. Always remove the oil and spilled food from the stove. Towels, curtains, and other combustible materials should be kept as far away from the stove as possible, and flammable items such as gasoline and paint must not be placed in the kitchen. 4. Refrigerators in the kitchen should be as dedicated as possible. When there is no one in the home for a long time, it is best to cut off the power.
5. Keep children away from the kitchen as much as possible, and do not use open flames in the kitchen.
To prevent problems before they occur, it is best to have several fire extinguishers in your home. Once the home is on fire, if it is found in time, it will be an initial fire. You can use a spare fire extinguisher at home to extinguish it. Once the fire is large, the fire department reminds the general public that they must call 119 in time for rescue.
6. The kitchen can be installed with a household gas leak alarm. If the gas leaks and reaches the alarm concentration value, the alarm sound and light alarm on the scene reminds you that there is a gas leak. It can be equipped with a safety valve and can be closed when the alarm is closed.