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legislation that demands smoke alarms

  • home in Britain has to have by law, such as regularly tested, working smoke alarms. Most people would agree that the legislation that demands smoke alarms is perfectly fair, as your safety, along with the safety of your family, is of paramount importance. However, there is a lot more that you can do in order to protect your home from fire. That is not to

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    suggest that every home should have an array of fire extinguishers fitted; it is not a terrible idea of course, but it is not necessary. The use of an extinguisher is not to put out a fire, it is to help its wielder to escape a burning building, and as a house is a much smaller property than, say, an office block, it is less likely that you will have to fight your way through

    to get to an exit. After all, you could probably just go through the window. Many homes already have a fire blanket, even if it is just in the kitchen cupboard, and this could be an inexpensive but effective way of preventing a cooking fire from spreading around your home. Many work places have fireproof fences fitted; the safety policies of some

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