Hazardous Hot Stuff!!

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Information about Hazardous Hot Stuff!!

Published on June 18, 2007

Author: Spellbinder4

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Beware of the Flames Grrr I'm the Crazy Monkey hear to Show you what NOT to do in the Office kitchen so u don’t burn your self… Or destroy your work place

Hazardous environment Raaa Whets out of place see if you can find them, not like its hard!! Hurry up

Pick Em Grr u got em all, think your so smart ah well can u think of any others I bet a smart person like you could.

Other hazards Yeah that’s right all these are hazards so u guys who let your dogs walk on the benches STOP IT!!

Hot hazards Grr not that I like you but I got to worn you to be careful of the Hotter hazards in the kitchen the hurt the most and can cause the most damage, check these out. Mwhahaha beater watch out cause if I leave your oven or microwave on ill burn ya

Emergency 20 questions that could save your life and property 1. Is there a smoke alarm in your home? Do you test it every month? 2. Do you replace the battery annually or when the low battery alarm activates? Remember, Change Your Clock, Change Your Smoke Alarm battery at the end of daylight savings in March. 3. Is your house number easy to see so emergency vehicles can find you? 4. Have you placed the fire brigade emergency phone number beside all your phones? 5. Does everyone know how to ‘Stop, Drop and Roll’ if clothes catch fire? 6. Has your household made and practised a home fire escape plan? 7. Have you planned a safe meeting place outside? 8. Do you have a fire extinguisher in your home? 9. Is your home protected by an electrical safety switch? 10. Are the keys kept in or near exits with deadlocks? 11. Do you always have electrical repairs, alterations or renovations done by a qualified electrician? 12. Do you avoid overloading power points? 13. Are flammable liquids stored away from heaters, hot water service pilot lights and other naked flames? 14. Do you avoid pouring flammable liquids in high risk areas – such as refuelling a lawn mower near a hot water service? 15. Is your electric blanket switched off before you get into bed? 16. Do you always use a fire screen with an open fire? 17. Are heating appliances kept safely away from laundry, curtains and furniture? 18. Are matches and cigarette lighters kept out of the way of children? 19. Do you clean the lint filter of your clothes dryer after each load? 20. Does everyone know the cold water first aid treatment for burns? 20 questions, if you answer no u could be at risk… not that I care I’m only a crazy monkey

20 questions that could save your life and property

1. Is there a smoke alarm in your home? Do you test it every month?

2. Do you replace the battery annually or when the low battery alarm activates? Remember, Change Your Clock, Change Your Smoke Alarm battery at the end of daylight savings in March.

3. Is your house number easy to see so emergency vehicles can find you?

4. Have you placed the fire brigade emergency phone number beside all your phones?

5. Does everyone know how to ‘Stop, Drop and Roll’ if clothes catch fire?

6. Has your household made and practised a home fire escape plan?

7. Have you planned a safe meeting place outside?

8. Do you have a fire extinguisher in your home?

9. Is your home protected by an electrical safety switch?

10. Are the keys kept in or near exits with deadlocks?

11. Do you always have electrical repairs, alterations or renovations done by a qualified electrician?

12. Do you avoid overloading power points?

13. Are flammable liquids stored away from heaters, hot water service pilot lights and other naked flames?

14. Do you avoid pouring flammable liquids in high risk areas – such as refuelling a lawn mower near a hot water service?

15. Is your electric blanket switched off before you get into bed?

16. Do you always use a fire screen with an open fire?

17. Are heating appliances kept safely away from laundry, curtains and furniture?

18. Are matches and cigarette lighters kept out of the way of children?

19. Do you clean the lint filter of your clothes dryer after each load?

20. Does everyone know the cold water first aid treatment for burns?

What to Do… Know Your Way Out Check to see if there's heat or smoke coming in the cracks around the door. (You're checking to see if there's fire on the other side.) If you see smoke coming under the door - don't open the door! If you don't see smoke - touch the door. If the door is hot or very warm - don't open the door! If you don't see smoke - and the door is not hot - then use your fingers to lightly touch the doorknob. If the doorknob is hot or very warm - don't open the door! Stay Low What if You Can't Get Out Right Away? If you can't get out fast, because fire or smoke is blocking an escape route, you'll want to yell for help. You can do this from an open window or call 000 if you have a phone with you. Home Drills It's great to talk about emergency plans, but it's even better if you practice them, like the fire drills you have at school. Having a fire drill at home gives everyone a chance to see how they would react in a real emergency. You can see how quickly and safely everyone can get out of the house. If Your Clothes Catch Fire A person's clothes could catch fire during a fire or by accident, like if you step too close to a candle. If this happens, don't run! Instead, stop, drop to the ground, cover your face with your hands, and roll. This will cut off the air and put out the flames. An easy way to remember this is: Stop, Drop, and Roll! This is the best ways to avoided me, so if u want to meat just do the opposite Mwhaha

Know Your Way Out

Check to see if there's heat or smoke coming in the cracks around the door. (You're checking to see if there's fire on the other side.)

If you see smoke coming under the door - don't open the door!

If you don't see smoke - touch the door. If the door is hot or very warm - don't open the door!

If you don't see smoke - and the door is not hot - then use your fingers to lightly touch the doorknob. If the doorknob is hot or very warm - don't open the door!

Stay Low

What if You Can't Get Out Right Away?

If you can't get out fast, because fire or smoke is blocking an escape route, you'll want to yell for help. You can do this from an open window or call 000 if you have a phone with you.

Home Drills

It's great to talk about emergency plans, but it's even better if you practice them, like the fire drills you have at school. Having a fire drill at home gives everyone a chance to see how they would react in a real emergency. You can see how quickly and safely everyone can get out of the house.

If Your Clothes Catch Fire

A person's clothes could catch fire during a fire or by accident, like if you step too close to a candle. If this happens, don't run! Instead, stop, drop to the ground, cover your face with your hands, and roll. This will cut off the air and put out the flames. An easy way to remember this is: Stop, Drop, and Roll!

The End Ok so make shore you no what’s hit and what’s not cause if the fire bug finds you your not going to have a nice day, and make shore your working aria is tidy so that if the fire bug gets you it cant run around hand have a good time… I’m always waiting for a chance to get burning so you’d better be watching what your doing

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