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Recurring fire hazards in high-rise neighborhoods
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- Release time: 2018-11-09 14:20:21
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High-level fires frequently occur, and innocent lives are devoured by the fire, which is distressing. This is also a wake-up call for more and more people living in high-rises. Behind every fire, there are some fire problems that may be small in your eyes or everyday, or they are already commonplace. But when the fire broke out, they could become the "devil" of the escapees. Today, I will take everyone's attention to those common fire hazards in high-rise communities. 1. Fire lane is occupied. As the name implies, it refers to the road through which fire engines pass. This hidden danger is very common. Many residents complain that the fire lanes in the community are full of private cars, which is very dangerous. Nowadays, due to the large number of private cars, many car owners are eager for convenience and park their cars in the fire lane. In the event of a fire, these vehicles will prevent fire trucks from reaching the point of fire, making rescue operations extremely difficult. 2. Blocked fire passages Fire passages refer to the passages where firefighters carry out rescue and evacuation of trapped personnel, such as stairways, aisles, and exits of residential areas. They can play an inestimable role in a fire. Like the fire lane, many owners like to pile up sundries in the empty aisles, thinking that all the entrances and exits in the community pass through the elevator, and these stairways can be occupied at will. At the same time as these obstructions impede access, they may also become a breeding ground for fires. In the event of a fire, these seemingly unused stairs and exits are the real life-saving passages. Once these places are blocked, it means that the residents' escape routes are blocked, with unpredictable consequences. 3. Fire-fighting facilities are damaged. The fire-fighting facilities that high-rise residential quarters are generally equipped with are: outdoor fire hydrants, indoor fire hydrants, automatic sprinkler systems, fire pumps, automatic alarm systems, smoke exhaust systems, fire extinguishers, emergency lighting evacuation signs, fire elevators, etc. The above fire hazards are actually not uncommon in life, but few people correct them. Remind everyone not to notice the fire safety problem every time you have an accident.