Fire Prevention And Safety In Buildings
Author(s):
Kamal Padhiar, Ajay Rajpurohit , Dinesh Saldiwal, Kahar Shaikh, Rudradeep Sarvaiya , Sejal Patel
ISSN:
2349-6002
Cite This Article:
Fire Prevention And Safety In BuildingsInternational Journal of Innovative Research in Technology(www.ijirt.org) ,ISSN: 2349-6002 ,Volume 5 ,Issue 11 ,Page(s):698-702 ,April 2019 ,Available :IJIRT147984_PAPER.pdf
Keywords:
Fire Safety, Fire Causes, Fire Classes, Automatic door lock, Fire Blanket, Fire Hose Reels, Smoke Vent System, Automatic Sprinkler System, Smoke Alarms, Elide Fire Ball
Abstract
Constant attention is required to minimize adverse impact due to fire. Fire safety system is the essential part of any building although it’s not been taken into consideration by the building developers and planners, thus it is necessary to take initiatives for development of fire safety system. Electrical fault is one of the main causes of fire in all types of buildings i.e. residential, industrial, commercial buildings and its potential hazard is increasing as more electrical appliances are used nowadays. Wiring has a higher possibility to be ignited. There were even cases reported due to short-circuit in electric box set caught fire. The present fire safety system of Surat city is good but have some lacking as it is not developed as per the municipal corporation norms, so more cases of fire bursting out has been arose due to improper fire safety system and also due to less maintenance. Thus at the time of fire the building structure gets heavily damaged and there are chances of losses of life and property. In this project the residential & commercial buildings suffered by the fire problems would be surveyed and lacking in the safety system will be shown and its upgradation will also be given so as to provide a better and safer fire safety system. Thus properly designed, installed, and maintained, these upgraded systems can overcome deficiencies in risk management, building construction, and emergency response. These may also provide enhanced flexibility of building design and increase the overall level of fire safety.
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Unique Paper ID: 147984

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 5, Issue 11

Page(s): 698 - 702
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