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In Case of Fire, Just Remember the Three A’s

by | Jan 7, 2021 | FAQs, Fire Safety | 0 comments

a man looking at a small potentially dangerous fire

What to do when you detect a fire in a building

 

Think fast! There’s a fire in your building. What are the first three things you do? 

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Always remember the Three A’s in case of a fire: Activate, Assist, Attempt. 

ACTIVATE – the building alarm system (if it has not already been activated) and notify the fire department by calling 911.

Or, have someone else do this for you while you… 

ASSIST – any persons in immediate danger, or those incapable of escaping immediate danger on their own. Assist anyone who may need help to exit the building, without putting yourself at a risk.

Only after these two steps are completed, should you –

ATTEMPT – to extinguish the fire with a fire extinguisher

  

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