Site Safety Management recommends community associates to understand prospective fire hazard as various weather conditions behaviour boost fire threat through the entire state.

What to do:

  • If indoors, move out and stay out
  • Get as low to the ground as you possibly can and crawl towards the nearest exit
  • Make sure doors prior to opening. If the entrance-way, door nob, or break is hot, don’t open it up – find one other way out. If the entrance way is cool, move through swiftly and close the doorway behind you.


  • Evacuate right away if required to do so and work with public safety personnel
  • Move lower slope if fire is burning up in a hilly or mountainous area
  • Cover mouth and nose with clothing as well as other part of cloth to guard from smoke and ash

Defend Against Wildfire:

  • Have a 30-foot defensible space clearing around the house
  • Eliminate fire fuel from around your house like tall grass, dead tree limbs, brush and other vegetation and properly dump the debris.
  • Eliminate leaves along with other tree dropping through your roof and yard
  • Eliminate flammable components and firewood from under porches and decks
  • Build fuel breaks by putting in driveways, gravel walkways, concrete patios and lawns around your house