fire guard

fire guard

A person who is trained in and responsible for maintaining a fire watch and performing fire safety duties as prescribed by law.
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Julie Schmitz, 54, a fire guard from Pembroke, died in the blast on June 2, 2011, along with three men from Milford Haven, Dennis Riley, 52, Robert Broome, 48, and Andrew Jenkins, 33.
Mr Dawson added the baby was not found near to the fire and it had a fire guard.
Undaunted, Mary joined the Civil Defence and was drawn to the Fire Guard where she became the only female Instructor.
The Crown also claim that they locked him in a cage they built using a metal fire guard and wood for prolonged periods during the day and night.
And in that, he has proved as much use as a chocolate fire guard.
To cut the risk of fire, always make sure embers are properly put out before you go to bed, and use a fire guard to protect against flying sparks from hot embers.
BRIDES 1ST THE Gamekeeper's Cottage is a two-storey barn conversion near the Pembrokeshire village of St Brides in South Wales and is equipped with a cot, highchair, fire guard, baby monitor, stairgate, buggy, playpen and Moses basket.
The Gamekeeper's Cottage is a two-storey barn conversion near the Pembrokeshire village of St Brides in South Wales and is equipped with a cot, high chair, fire guard, baby monitor, stair gate, buggy, playpen and Moses basket.
While performing fire guard duty during a routine maintenance run on an F-15, Amn Cheatham noticed sparks coming from a wire bundle forward of the right integrated drive generator.
Just a simple fire guard could have prevented this terrible accident.
Station manager Preston warned homeowners not to use open fires to dry clothes saying: "We would urge people not to place combustible materials too close to fires and to always use a fire guard.
When burning hay meadows, snow in the bush acted as a fire guard.