Life-saving tips for fire prevention, detection and fighting we should know and share

Fire Safety Tips launched following a long online research for means to fireproof my house and make sure my family knows what actions to take in case of fire. I hope you find it educational but won’t have to put any of it to use.

Content is segmented to one of these three main categories: prevention, detection, and fighting.


Fire prevention is the first step to take in fire safety. There are many practices to use on a daily basis at home, in the workplace and outside.
Read more on fire prevention here.


If means of fire prevention fail, it is crucial to detect a fire at its earliest stages – when it is still small and possibly containable and controllable.
Read more on fire detection here.


Once a fire is detected, time is of the essence and seconds could have a vital effect on fighting it. The steps to take in each possible scenario should be known to all and followed quickly and carefully for maximizing success rates.
Read more on fire fighting here.

Sub-categories include equipment and tools, steps to take, fire hazards, and recovery.

Equipment and tools would include a review of different products and services that are needed or relevant for each one of the sites main categories.

Steps to take are simple to follow actions you should know to tackle different scenarios related to fire safety.

Fire hazards around us are the signs of a potential disaster – could be as early as a fault in the fire preventions part or an expected escalation during a fire.

Recovery belongs to the days and weeks following a fire, and it includes financial recovery, health and mental health.


Whether you own a home or you live in an apartment, it is your responsibility to keep your family and loved ones safe. One way you can do this is by making your home fire-safe. Of course, you may think your home is free of fire hazards, but if you look closely, you may be shocked to see that danger lurk around your kitchen counter, your old appliances, your fireplace, and your dryer and so on.

According to the National Fire Protection Association, more than 1.3million fires were reported in 2014 in the US alone. Those fire destroyed properties worth 11.6 billion dollars, killed 3,275 and injured 15,775 people.

Unlike other disasters, home fires can be avoided. Learning how to reduce fire hazards, detecting fires, as well as, fighting fires are the most effective ways to protect yourself and your loved ones. This blog contains everything you need to know about fire prevention, detection, and safety.