If you’ve been enjoying those cool-weather desert campfires, or using an electric heater to keep you toasty at home as the mercury plummets during the evenings, are you sure you’re putting safety first? Qatar’s cooler winter temperatures may have us seeking out warmth through the use of wood, coal, space heaters and other methods that can be potentially hazardous due to their flammable risk.
However, by taking certain precautions, coupled with common sense, there’s no reason these items and methods can’t be used safely in a way that minimizes the danger of fire. Here’s some sound advice from Qatar’s Ministry of Interior to keep in mind when it comes to fire safety this winter:
How do you practice safe camping or winter heating practices? Was this article helpful to you? If you have any other advice or tips we should add drop us a line and let us know in the comments below. Also, don’t forget to like and share this article!
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