Forest fire Prevention and Control
Fire prevention and control, fire prevention, detection and suppression, including the study of the causes of fire, public fire education, fire equipment maintenance and improvement of secondary activities.
Until after World War I, the official fire safety concerns were few, as most fire departments were concerned only with fighting fires. Since then, some cities have established fire protection units in most cities, with workers focused on raising public awareness of fire prevention measures in the design of buildings and in the design of machinery and the implementation of industrial activities; reducing potential sources of ignition; and using fire extinguishers and squirting Water fire extinguishing systems and other equipment out installed structure, in order to minimize the impact of fire.
Increasing public awareness of the causes of fire and the importance of obtaining an effective response in the event of a fire are crucial to a successful fire prevention plan. In order to reduce the effects and possibilities of fires, most city building codes include fire safety regulations. Buildings are designed to isolate and enclose areas to prevent the spread of fires; to incorporate fire protection devices, sirens and exit signs; to isolate equipment and materials that could cause a fire or explosion; and to install fire-fighting equipment regularly throughout the structure. Flame retardant construction materials have also been developed, such as coatings and chemicals for coating and impregnating combustible materials such as wood and fabric.
In the United States, a 10-year study found that the most common type of fire was electrical fire (23% of all fires); other causes included smoking (18%), heat generated by industrial machinery friction (10%), Overheated material (8%), hot surfaces (7%) in boiler, stove and stove, burner flame (7%) and combustion spark (5%).
Many public buildings are equipped with sprinkler systems that release water from the affected area if a fire is found. The effectiveness of these systems has been corroborated by data accumulated around the world: in a building protected by a fire sprinkler system, which extinguished the fire in 65% of the cases and has a fire until another 32 percentage cases of fire protection measures. One of the major problems with sprinkler systems is the possibility of water damage, but it has been found that in most cases this threat is minimal compared to the damage the fire may cause.
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