Home fire deaths result from fires in homes with no working smoke detectors

In just two minutes, a fire can become life-threatening. In five minutes, a residence can be engulfed in flames. Prevent a disastrous fire by sticking to some good habits and taking basic precautions at home.

Please choose your answer below.

Never leave cooking unattended

Keep tea-towels and pot-holders away from the stove

Keep grills, fans and cooking surfaces free from grease and residue

Make sure heaters are off before going to bed or going out

Keep clothing, curtains or toys one meter away from heaters

Never overload power boards

Replace faulty appliances immediately

Change smoke alarm batteries every year

Test smoke alarms monthly

Ensure you have a smoke alarm outside every sleeping area

Clean chimneys and flues every year

Always use a fire screen in front of an open fire

Keep candles, incense, and oil burners away from anything flammable

Keep matches and lighters out of reach of children

Never smoke in bed

Don't leave electric blankets on for more than 30 minutes

Never put weight (people, animals or objects) on your bed while the electric blanket is switched on

Clean the lint filter on your clothes dryer after each load

Let the dryer complete its cool down cycle before stopping

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