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Fire safety is a component of building safety. It concerns safety measures to prevent the effects of fires and is the result of proper use of fire protection measures. Fire accidents may cause at any time regardless of place either office, home or at public places, everyone should be aware of using safety equipment at time of fire accidents.

Fire extinguisher and fire alarms helps a lot during fire accidents. Fire accidents can be detailed as residential, non-residential.

Residential Smoking Fires & Causalities

In 2002 alone, lighted tobacco products caused an estimated 14,450 residential fires, 520 civilian deaths, 1,330 injuries, and $371 million in residential property damage according to a new USFA topical fire research series report.

Residential

The following table shows the number of fires, deaths, injuries and dollar loss that occurred in residential properties from 1995 to 2004.

Residential Structures

Year Fires Deaths Injuries Direct Dollar Loss
(In Millions)
1995 425,500 3,695 19,125 $4,317
1996 428,000 4,080 19,300 $4,962
1997 406,500 3,390 17,775 $4,585
1998 381,500 3,250 17,175 $4,391
1999 383,000 2,920 16,425 $5,092
2000 379,500 3,445 17,400 $5,674
2001 396,500 3,140 15,575 $5,643
2002 401,000 2,695 14,050 $6,055
2003 402,000 3,165 14,075 $6,074
2004 410,500 3,225 14,175 $5,948

Source: National Fire Protection Association Fire Loss in the U.S. During 2004

Non-Residential

The following table shows the number of fires, deaths, injuries and dollar loss that occurred in non-residential properties from 1995 to 2004.

Non- Residential Structures

Year Fires Deaths Injuries Direct Dollar Loss
(In Millions)
1995 148,000 122 2,600 $3,257
1996 150,500 140 2,575 $2,971
1997 145,500 120 2,600 $2,502
1998 136,000 170 2,250 $2,326
1999 140,000 120 2,100 $3,398
2000 126,000 90 2,200 $2,827
2001 125,000 80 1,650 $3,231
2002 118,000 80 1,550 $2,687
2003 117,500 220 1,525 $2,604
2004 115,500 80 1,350 $2,366

Source: National Fire Protection Association Fire Loss in the U.S. During 2004

Factual Findings

  • There were an estimated 156,500 kitchen fires in 2002, yielding 331 fatalities, 4,914 injuries, and $876 million in property loss. H On average, kitchen fires caused less property loss and were less fatal than structure fires in general, but resulted in more injuries.
  • Cooking caused nearly 90% of all kitchen fires. The primary factor in the ignition of these fires was unattended equipment, and the leading type of material first ignited was oil, fat, or grease.
  • In 2002 alone, lighted tobacco products caused an estimated 14,450 residential fires, 520 civilian deaths, 1,330 injuries, and $371 million in residential property damage according to a new USFA topical fire research series report
  • The majority of children ages 4 and under who are hospitalized for burn-related injuries suffers from scald burns (65 percent) or contact burns (20 percent).
  • Fireworks-related injuries sent more than 3,800 children to hospital emergency rooms in 1997.
  • Fires kill more than 600 children ages 14 and under each year and injure approximately 47,000 other children.
Fire safety equipment uses:
  • Fire extinguisher delivers an environmentally safe, non-toxic foam that is effective against wood, paper, liquid, and grease fires
  • Smoke alarms, fire extinguishers helps in residential fire accidents
  • Each year, more than $15 million in damages results from Christmas tree fires. With Tree Shield fire retardant, you can protect your family and your belonging by simply applying the clear and odorless spray to your tree.
  • In industrial environments where we have high risk of fire accidents fire escape masks help employees protect themselves from fire (these masks also consists of heat resistant hood to protect from heat).

Fire safety equipment is also used by sheriffs, police and fire departments In the event of an emergency your best bet is to have fire safety equipment on hand to prevent yourself from fire casualties. Your safety comes first.

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