Given these statistics, emergency workers are taking preventive measures in the housing sector, as this is an important and necessary step in combating fires in the home.
Thus, on October 20, rescuers from Chernivtsi raided the residential sector of the regional center. Firefighters told local residents why it is important to protect your home from fires, and what rules should be followed to prevent fires. Emergency workers taught citizens how to safely use electrical and gas appliances in the house, urged to be careful when handling open flames. Firefighters presented their interlocutors with instructions on these safety rules, which should never be ignored.
In the Donetsk oblast on October 20, Lyman rescuers carried out a preventive measure in the residential district "North" of the city of Lyman. During the conversation with the locals, the Rescue Service first of all paid attention to the observance of safety rules when using electrical and gas appliances. In particular, rescuers advised citizens to avoid overloading the grid and not to use homemade or faulty household electric heaters. You should only buy certified products and strictly follow the rules of their operation. In addition, the issues of safe handling of open fire were discussed during the talks.
To prevent fires in the home, on October 20, specialists of the State Emergency Service in Volyn oblast conducted preventive fire drills in the residential sector of the village of Holovne, Lyuboml district. Rescuers paid special attention to compliance with fire safety rules in the autumn-winter period, namely reminded of the safety requirements during the operation of electric heaters and furnace heating in low temperatures. In addition, they spoke about the priority actions in case of fire and other emergencies, as well as stressed the safety of children.
Dear citizens! To avoid the tragedy caused by a fire in the house, be extremely careful, take care of the proper fire condition of your own home, namely:
do not smoke in bed;
monitor the condition and serviceability of the power grid;
if you leave the premises, do not leave the TVs, irons, etc .;
do not leave children unattended and do not allow them to play with matches;
try to avoid overloading electrical networks, do not turn on high-power household consumers at the same time;
use stove heating and heating appliances in accordance with fire safety regulations.
In the event of a fire or emergency, call the Rescue Service immediately at 101!