Fire keen keep a person warm, allows them to cook freshly killed meat, and provides light and comfort. At the same time, fire is one of the most destructive forces on the planet, destroying millions of acres of forest every year and leaving thousands homeless. It can rapidly spread at an alarming rate as it engulfs fuel along the way, feeding itself and growing exponentially.
In today’s survival literature, you can find a lot of information on how to build a campfire, what setup you should stick to, based on your survival needs, and various other tips to help you start and maintain a fire. However, there is little to no information when it comes to the dangers associated with fire, how you should control and extinguish a fire in case something goes wrong. Today we will cover the most important fire safety rules.
The number of domestic fires in the United States has steadily increased in the last decades. With all the advancements in detection and suppression, you would think that protecting your home from fires should be a fail-proof measure. However, the reality is quite different, and people all across the country still have a lot to learn.