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Home fire safety : live streaming again this Sunday, 10/5

May 8, 2020


I did the home fire safety live stream on 5th May. First time ever. There were technical glitches, but I survived, thanks to a technical team that stood by me. Those of you who joined us, thank you, and apologies for any shortcomings. I am also grateful for the constructive feedback that many of you […]

Home fires : The 4 stages

May 3, 2020


In the live streaming on 5th May, I want to be able to fully focus on two key areas : why building fires today are more dangerous than ever before; and the Prevent, Prepare, Plan program that we have developed I hope that in this post, having earlier shared with you the Fire Triangle so […]

Home fires : Understanding fires

May 1, 2020


The statement, “My home is safe. Very little flammables in my home”, is a reflection of how little we understand the very nature of fire. I, too, suffered the same delusion two years ago. Until I saw Grenfell tower up in flames. Over the last two years, I have come to learn and understand just […]

Home fires : our mindset vs. the statistics

April 27, 2020


When you understand what are the main causes of home fires, then you may appreciate my concern that, as we all stay home during this ongoing MCO, home fire risk goes up several notches. Most people, though, including myself, until quite recently, have a false sense of security when it comes to the issue of […]

Home fires : the real risk within

April 25, 2020

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Starting June, last year, I have been doing fire safety presentations and demos at least twice a month, either at my office, or in residential areas, commercial buildings, and industrial areas. I was due to host a presentation and demo at my office on 22nd March, 2020, but the MCO was imposed starting 18th March. […]