A recipe for disaster
Do not follow this at home!
Looking to cook up a storm in the kitchen? Make sure you stay #FireSafe and avoid this recipe for disaster…
Using the hob to store your stuff?
Even if you aren’t using the hob, never leave or store things like kitchen towels or bags on the hob.
Leave cooking unattended.
The door goes, the phone rings, heck you just nip out to grab the kids from school. It only takes a short period of time for an unattended pan to start to burn, and it could be more than your dinner you are burning.
Metallics in the microwave are sure to add the wrong type of spark to your meal.
Only use microwave-safe utensils and dishes.
It happens, you’ve had a few drinks and now looking for something to soak it up.
Get a takeaway!
Don’t chance putting on something to cook and accidently falling asleep – the results could be more costly than a takeaway!
Follow this recipe for disaster and you might end up with a more expensive meal than you anticipated. Each year we get called out too many fires which start in the kitchen.
Last year 44%* were the result of cooking related situations.*
Please don’t become one of our statistics! For more safety advice #FireSafety in the kitchen visit Kitchen Safety – Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service (bucksfire.gov.uk)
* Data from BFRS incidents between Apr 2021 – Feb 2022. Incidents were all Accidental Dwelling Fires due to cooking appliances.
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