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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In a room without a window, there burnt a fire guarded by a high and strong fender, and a lamp suspended from the ceiling by a chain.
Brett Lodge (@BrettLodge1): I don't mind VLP going as he was as much use as a chocolate fire guard as a winger, or all the others that's gone.
"The area set on fire is known as the fire guard," Arduini said.
Later, in Ancient Rome, Ceasar Augustus revolutionized firefighting by calling for the creation of a fire guard, called the Vigiles, that was trained, paid, and equipped by the state.
Stuck in an airless dressing room at the height of summer, wearing chainmail and kingly robes, a broken fan was about as much use as a chocolate fire guard. Setting about taking it to pieces, cleaning it and putting it back together again ("I was sweating my knackers off"), when he turned the power back on the fan exploded.
Among the tips for householders is puts & to check your carbon monoxide and smoke alarms, use portable heaters responsibly and to make sure you have a sturdy fire guard.
The installation of fire guard devices have begun in Ajman, according to civil defence authorities in the emirate.
MAY 16, 2014 Police execute search warrant at Fees' home, finding metal fire guard along with cable ties and belts used to construct cage.
After offering them a cup of tea, she stayed for 15 minutes and said she noticed the fire in the rear room was lit but no fire guard was in place.
| Mary Lock during her time with the |Civil Defence Fire Guard in 1944 and above, Mary is escorted for the day by Sir Neil Thorne at St Paul's Cathedral in London
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.