I remember all of these Safety Warnings, when I was really young.
The Fire-Related topics, there are very true.
Escape plans in houses need to be practiced, as it is a totally different thing once the house is full of thick smoke.
One other thing Paul, we were shown a Video at school(with a HUGE VCR in 1984), with respect to Fire Safety, it depicted a hospital, in Australia, that burned down, because one of the workers, threw a Cigarette butt down the Laundry Chute, hoping that it would be empty at the bottom.
I have been to two Hospital Fires, one was in a 36 Bed Aged Care Facility, the other was in a 135 Bed Established Hospital,
3 Storeys High,burning at the bottom and working it's way up the lift shafts and Dumb-waiters.
Have never gone up and down 3 flights of stairs, so much.
But us Fire-Fighters, are built for this.
Thanks for the link, Paul, it brought back a few memories.