The ABCs of Fire Safety – NEFSA’s Easy-to-Follow Tips



Fire safety is a critical aspect of home and community safety, and the Fire Academy of Northeast (NEFSA’s) in Dibrugarh has
developed a set of easy-to-follow tips to help individuals and families stay safe. By remembering the ABCs of
fire safety – Awareness, Be Prepared, and Caution – you can reduce the risk of fire and protect your loved ones and
property. This blog explores NEFSA’s  ABCs of fire safety and how they can make a big difference in your safety.

  1. Awareness:

    • Install smoke alarms on every level of your home and test them monthly.
    • Educate your family about the sound of the smoke alarm and what to do if it goes off.
    • Keep flammable items away from heat sources and teach children about fire safety.
  2. Be Prepared:

    • Create a fire escape plan with two ways out of every room and practice it regularly.
    • Keep fire extinguishers in key areas of your home and teach everyone how to use them.
    • Have a designated meeting place outside in case of fire.
  3. Caution:

  • Never leave cooking food unattended and keep flammable objects away from the stove
  • Use space heaters with caution, keeping them at least three feet away from anything that can burn.
  • Avoid overloading electrical outlets and use power strips with built-in circuit breakers.


NEFSA’s ABCs of fire safety provide a comprehensive approach to protecting your home and loved ones from the dangers of fire.
By being aware of potential fire hazards, preparing with a solid escape plan and the right equipment, and exercising caution in
your daily activities, you can significantly reduce the risk of fire. Implementing these easy-to-follow tips can create a safer environment for yourself and your family, ultimately saving lives and preventing property damage. Stay informed, stay prepared,
and stay safe with NEFSA’s simple yet effective fire safety guidelines.

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