Fire Resistant Fiberglass Fire Blanket FireProof Covers White / Brown
Fire blankets are made of fire-resistant materials. They are particularly useful for smothering fat pan fires or for wrapping around a person whose clothing is on fire. Fire blankets are suitable for use in the home.
1.0x1.0m, 1.2x1.2m, 1.5x1.5m, 1.2x1.8m, 1.8x1.8m
The fire blanket will be marked to show whether it should be thrown away after use or used again after cleaning, in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions:
1 ) A fire blanket or damp cloth should be used on a fat pan fire.
2 ) Fire blankets should be kept in the kitchen.
3 ) Do not put your blanket too close to your cooker. You may not reach it in the event of a fire.
4 ) Always place the fire blanket near an escape route so that you have the option to walk away and contact the Fire and Rescue Service if you feel the fire is too large to tackle.
And you may can know how to use the fire blanket if the fire on the person.
Dousing a clothes fire
Step 1 : Wrap someone whose clothes are burning in the fire blanket. If someone's clothes are on fire, wrap him or her in a fire blanket. Once again, use the edges of the blanket to protect your own hands to prevent getting burned. Roll them in the blanket until it's securely in place
Step 2 : Have the person stop, drop, and roll. Instruct the person in danger to stop, drop, and roll. This is a classic safety technique used to diminish fire. A person stop moving, drops to the ground, and rolls until the fire suffocates.
Step 3 : Seek medical assistance. Burns caused by fire should be evaluated by a medical professional as soon as possible. Even if you think the burns look minor, any injury caused by fire should be evaluated by a medical professional. Take the person whose clothes were on fire to the ER immediately