Tuesday 12 February 2013



These are some things our group came up with:

  • A fire can be caused by someone leaning over the bunsen burner with loose clothing.
  • If you are burnt by the fire place the affected area under cold water for 10 to 20 minutes.
  • If you catch on fire remember to stop, drop and roll!
  • If nothing is done about the fire it can burn up the classroom and possibly the building.
  • A fire can be put out by using a fire extinguisher.
  • Fire is very dangerous and if not treated correctly you can get severely injured and possibly die.
  • If the fire is under control you should walk briskly out of the classroom and wait outside for your teacher.
  • In the event of a fire some windows should be opened to allow smoke to leave the room reducing smoke build up.
  • A fire can be prevented by keeping the bunsen burner flame to yellow when not using it, tucking away loose clothing and being sensible with open flames.

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