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Fire protection is a set of measures and systems aimed at preventing the occurrence of fires, ensuring the safe evacuation of people in case of fire, as well as minimizing damage from fire and smoke in case of fire. This includes aspects such as the installation of fire alarms, the organization of fire extinguishing systems, the use of fire-resistant materials in construction and the provision of appropriate fire-fighting equipment and safety measures. Determining the level of fire protection usually depends on the type of building, its purpose and the requirements of building codes and regulations.

  1. Fire alarm system: This is a system that detects the initial signs of a fire, such as smoke or an increase in temperature, and automatically triggers, alerting people to a possible danger. For example, smoke detectors are installed on each floor in an office building, which automatically trigger sirens and emergency evacuation lighting when smoke is detected.
  2. Fire extinguishers and fire extinguishing systems: This includes various fire extinguishing media such as fire extinguishers, automatic fire extinguishing systems (e.g. sprinkler systems) and hydrants. For example, sprinklers can be installed in an industrial building that automatically spray water when a fire is detected, preventing its spread.
  3. Fire-resistant materials and structures: These are building materials and structural elements that can withstand high temperatures and do not support gorenje. For example, fire-resistant materials such as fireproof glass and special fireproof panels are often used for the construction of high-rise buildings.
  4. Evacuation plan and personnel training: This is the preparation of people for actions in the event of a fire, including the development of evacuation plans, training of personnel in fire actions and conducting regular training. For example, in a hotel, every employee should know how to guide guests to the exits in case of fire, as well as how to use fire extinguishers.
  5. Compliance with fire safety in daily activities: This includes following fire safety rules in daily activities, such as the proper use of electrical appliances, not storing flammable materials near heat sources, etc. For example, in a cafe, staff should ensure that electrical devices do not overheat, and kitchen workers should follow the rules for safe handling of fire when cooking.

All these measures together ensure fire protection of buildings and premises, minimizing the risk of fire and ensuring safe evacuation of people if necessary.