Fire safety education for primary school students How to prevent fire at home? 1Do not play with dangerous goods such as matches and lighters at home. 2Too much clutter or too close to the fire can easily cause fire. Therefore, parents should always be reminded and helped to organize the clutter. 3Remind parents to extinguish cigarette butts and throw them into a water ashtray to avoid re-ignition. 4Remind parents that high-power appliances should not be used at the same time, and power should be cut off in time after use.Especially electric irons, electric mattresses, electric chafing dishes and other electrical appliances, there is no automatic poweroff function, easy to cause fire. 5When gas or liquefied gas leaks are found in the room (such as when you smell a very strong odor), the gas valve should be closed, the gas source should be cut off, and the window should be opened for ventilation.Keep in mind that do not start electrical facilities such as lights, do not answer telephone calls, in order to avoid explosion and fire. 6It's better to equip fire extinguishers at home. We should know how to use them together with our parents at ordinary times and use them in emergencies. 2. How to prevent fires in schools? 1Do not bring fireworks, firecrackers, crackers, matches, lighters and other items into school. 2Do not burn paper or garbage. Burning garbage may cause fire, and at the same time, it will bring toxic gases and pollute the environment. 3Flammable and explosive drugs used in experiments should be taken and kept strictly in accordance with regulations and cleaned up immediately after they are used up. 4Do not use fast heating, electric cups, electric stoves and other electric heating appliances in the dormitory. Do not use candles privately. 3. How to prevent fires in public places? 1No matches, lighters or flammable and explosive articles such as gasoline or alcohol are brought into public places and cars. 2Do not set off fireworks in public places. 3Do not press the electrical equipment of public places and public transport casually. 4File public order, do not participate in fire-related game activities. 4. How to prevent fires in mountain forests? 1Do not bring matches or lighters into the forest. 2When traveling in mountainous areas, do not organize picnics, campfires and other activities. 3Remind adults not to smoke in mountain areas. What if your clothes catch fire? 1Don't run, try to take off your clothes first. 2To roll and extinguish the fire quickly on the spot. 3Go to the water source and extinguish the fire with water. 4With the help of others, cover your body with wet quilts, blankets and sacks to extinguish the fire. 6. What if the electric appliances catch fire? 1Call parents. 2Cut off the power supply immediately. 3Use carbon dioxide extinguisher or dry powder extinguisher to extinguish fire. 4Remember not to fight with water or foam extinguishers. What if the oil pan is on fire? 1Call parents. 2Cover the pot quickly. 3Put the dishes to be fried into the pot. 4Do not use water to pour or move the oil pan, so as not to cause fire. 8. What if the gas stove caught fire? 1Call parents. 2Close the valve. 3If the ignition site cannot be closed at the valve, cover the ignition site with wet towels, wet quilts and so on. After the fire is extinguished, close the valve. 9. What about a fire at home? 1Tell parents immediately. 2Call "119" to give an alarm. 3Evacuate immediately and shout for neighbors to escape.When escaping, cover your mouth and nose with a wet towel, bend down and escape in a low position. 4If you feel that the door is hot, don't open it rashly. Open the window immediately, shake the bright clothes with bamboo poles and other things, and call for help. 5And remember: (1) Do not drill into the cupboard or under the bed. (2) Do not covet clothes, books, toys, etc. to avoid delaying escape time. (4) Don't jump blindly. 10. What about a fire in the teaching building? 1Don't panic and crowded, follow the teacher's instructions and evacuate in an organized way. 2When no teacher is present, open the window immediately, shout for help and wait for rescue. 3During escape, we should guard against smoke poisoning and try to cover our nose and mouth with wet towels and cloths to prevent inhalation of poisonous gases and bow down in a low posture to escape from the pyrotechnic area.If the corridor is blocked by fireworks, classroom doors and windows and indoor

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