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Fire prevention - fire risk assessment:

Fire prevention measures include:

  • Reducing the combustible materials,
  • Reducing the risk of ignition,
  • Reducing accumulations of waste,
  • Controlling the use and storage of highly flammable materials,
  • Controlling any processes that produce heat,
  • Providing sprinklers or other suppression systems,
  • Providing extinguishers.


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