Firefighting Common Sense Necessary For Indoor Children's Park Sales Staff

Firefighting common sense necessary for indoor children's park sales staff

As a public place for children to play, the indoor children's playground has always been the most concerned issue for parents. Especially for holidays and weekends and summer vacations, people come and go, bustling indoor amusement parks are full of children; children's self-protection The ability is very weak. Therefore, the sales staff of the children's playground must take safety measures. For indoor parks, the fire prevention measures must be strictly implemented. The sales staff should also have certain fire safety knowledge to ensure the children. Play safely. So, what are the common fire prevention knowledge in indoor amusement parks?

1. The staff should do "four understand four meetings"

4. Understand: Know the fire hazards in this position; Know how to prevent fires; Know how to save fires; Know how to escape.

Four sessions: will alarm; will save the initial fire; will organize evacuation and escape; will use fire equipment.

2, site selection to avoid high floors and underground sites

According to national regulations, children's entertainment venues should be set on the first to third floors of shopping malls. It is strictly prohibited to be located in underground shopping malls or on floors above four floors. The safety exits for children's entertainment venues should not be less than two. It is best to have an independent. Entrance and exit.

3, product materials to be environmentally safe

In the event of a fire, a large amount of toxic fumes from combustible materials are the main cause of death due to suffocation. Therefore, the materials used in recreational facilities must be non-combustible, flame-retardant materials or flammable materials after flame retardant treatment.

4, fire equipment must be prepared

The fire equipment in the park should be adequately prepared, including fire extinguishers, fire emergency lights and evacuation signs. If you find that the amusement machine has smoke or burnt smell, you should immediately cut off the power. Electrical equipment must be laid in accordance with the requirements of the specification. When the tube is in place, when using high-power appliances, keep a sufficient distance from the combustibles.

5. Regular fire protection training and exercises

Formulate practical and feasible emergency evacuation plans, and regularly conduct fire protection knowledge training and organization drills for children's park business personnel; in addition, the evacuation passages of children's parks should be kept open at all times.

Precautions should be taken in advance to prevent problems before they occur; the details of any safety hazard cannot be ignored.