Where To Use A Fire Blanket?
Fire blankets are most commonly located near risk of class F cooking fires.
The kitchen is one of such places, as there is a high probability of fire breaking out even with simple mishaps like burning fat oils.
In addition to that, your garage, office, classroom and all types of vehicles can benefit from having a fire blanket readily accessible.
Fire blankets can also be used on clothes. If the clothes an individual is wearing catch fire, you need to wrap the blanket around the individual to smother the flames and put it out.
Proper fire blanket use can save your valuables or even the life of someone.
How To Store A Fire Blanket?
All fire blankets must be placed in an easily accessible location.
Fire blankets come in a quick-release PVC container, and you will need to store it along with the container to avoid any kind of contamination.
Generally, it is best to place fire blankets among travel paths or near the exit, but it must be practicable. Also, there must be enough room to readily grab the fire blanket and put it to use.