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The Uses of Anti-Static Devices

20th January 2012
The effect of static electricity on people or equipment can be reduced with anti-static devices. They are necessary when working with gases and flammable liquids by preventing fires and explosions. Objects that are sensitive to static, such as electronic ... Read >
Author: Tom Harel

Information of Burn Treatment

14th December 2011
Burns can happen when the skin is exposed to heat (from fire or hot liquids), electricity, corrosive chemicals, or radiation (UV rays from the sun or tanning beds, or radiation treatments). A burn is damage to the skinís tissues, usually caused by excessi... Read >
Author: Vikas Gupta

Fire Suppression Systems- The Pros and Cons of Sprinkler Systems

25th October 2010
Sprinklers are one of the oldest and most common Fire Suppression Systems available. However, they are not always the most effective option for protecting against fire damage. In order to understand where sprinkler systems are not effective, you first hav... Read >
Author: conner1

The Key Points Of Construction Fire Safety Revealed

07th May 2010
Construction Fire Safety is split into four areas, namely escape, compartmentation, storage and alarms. Having a good awareness of Construction Fire Safety is essential for any construction site, and the knowledge that fire is a different safety concern t... Read >
Author: martinsejas

Dangers brought about by carbon monoxide poisoning and fireplaces

16th July 2009
Dangers Brought About by Carbon Monoxide and Fireplaces Carbon monoxide and fireplaces are a dangerous combination. Carbon monoxide is a type of gas that kills almost 300 people in their homes each year. Carbon monoxide is given off by burning any fuel.... Read >
Author: chimney man

What Causes Fire Damage

03rd June 2006
While some fires are caused by general causes and can occur anywhere, other causes are more specific for certain rooms.General Causes Electrical Don't underestimate the fire risk from electricity just because there is no flame involved. The over warming o... Read >
Author: Leo Nov
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