A food truck is a large vehicle or trailer, equipped to storage, transport, cook, prepare, serve, and/or sell food. The food truck trend has blow up in Australia over the last 10 years, and many owners and newcomers to the food truck industry are unaware of the fire safety requirements. This article helps food truck manufacturers and owners comply with both fire extinguisher selection and fire extinguisher maintenance for food trucks.
A vessel is the generic term that describes a range of seagoing watercraft such as; ship, boat, tug, yacht, runabout, etc for the transport of people or goods on water. Legislation exists across Australia that provides for fire fighting equipment such as portable fire extinguishers and fire blankets on board vessels.
A caravan is a popular investment for Australian families to enable us to travel and explore our wide brown land. A caravan may be one of the most expensive a family purchases after their home and family car, so it stands to reason that a small investment in high quality fire safety comprising a portable fire extinguisher and a fire blanket is a great investment in life safety and asset protection.
A motorhome may well be the second most expensive a family purchases after their home, so it stands to reason that a small investment in high quality fire safety comprising a portable fire extinguisher, fire blanket and a smoke alarm is a great investment in life safety and asset protection.
A fire blanket is an invaluable asset to help control a fire in your home or workplace kitchen. A fire blanket is made from a woven glass fibre, stored in a contamination and weather resistant protective cover. Fire blankets are wall mounted (pull to release from the bottom) and should be conveniently located near a stovetop or other source of ignition.