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Understanding Commercial Fire Damage

9/24/2020 (Permalink)

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What to Do in a Commercial Fire Damage Scenario

Fire damage is a catastrophe. The damage to property is significant. Fast response is critical to prevent an increase in your loss burden. It is, therefore, important to pay attention to some issues if you find yourself in such a situation.

Desist from Using Electricity

The first rule in any fire situation is to avoid operating the switches. The risk of an electrical fire is quite high when the lights are turned on or off. The only switch you should reach out for is that of the fire distress call. The alarm triggers an activation of the fire suppression systems that are inclusive of a warning system, and a fire sprinkler system.

Vacate The Premises

Your first action should be evacuating the building. Once the alarm is sounded, let the skilled individuals deal with the rescue efforts. Every organization ought to have trained personnel on matters of safety in emergency predicaments. Their training qualifies them to use the fire hoses, and anything useful in the utility room with fire combating tools.

Call Emergency Rescue Teams

Alert the local law enforcement, paramedics, firefighters, and any other organization with fire trucks. All fire suppression efforts will be needed to save lives and property.

Clear the Scene

There is the temptation to witness the tragedy. In doing so, you pose a danger to your life. Crowding at the scene affects the fire suppression efforts. Such groups make it hard for firefighters and fire trucks to access the site.

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