Workplace fire in Fatih
A fire broke out in the workplace located at the entrance...FULL
Flat fire in Fatih
A flat fire occurred in Fatih.FULL
Workplace fire in Maltepe
A workplace fire occurred in Maltepe.FULL
Roof fire in Üsküdar
A fire broke out in the carpentry shop located in the Çam...FULL
What should I do when I have seen a fire engine with its beacon lights on and its siren sounding?
A fire engine with its beacon lights on and its siren sounding is a responder which is going to respond to fire and rescue incidents. According to the Traffic Regulations, when you see a fire engine or engines going to respond to fire & rescue incidents, you have to give priority to it/them by changing lanes or even stopping while it is /they are passing by. You must not penetrate into the convoy of fire engines, not occupy the hard shoulder and not park on streets or roads at random.FULL
What should be done for disabled people against fire risks?
First of all, a fire evacuation plan must be perfectly made for emergency risks. Visual and audible signals and alarms should be mounted in proper places. Means of egress ought to be always kept clear of obstacles. Also evacuation drills have to be carried out regularly. Making a fire evacuation plan is necessary for all people. In case of a fire, it is essential to evacuate your building without losing time. Conducting fire evacuation drills regularly makes us ready for real evacuations.FULL
How can I get the fire report or a copy of the report of my burned home / workplace?
You can get a copy of the fire report from the fire station whose crew(s) first responded to the incident. Are we billed for fire & rescue services? Receiving fire & rescue services from Istanbul Fire Department in incidents of fire, traffic accident, flood, collapse,etc. is free of charge. However fire safety courses from public & private sector, rent-a-fire engine service and water evacuation due to no heavy rain are charged according to the tariff fixed by the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality.FULL
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