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BFP reminds participants to follow safety procedures during “Undas”
The Bureau of Fire Prevention (BFP) today urged people to practice the three Ks throughout the All Saints’ Day weekend: kandila, kuryente, and kalan (candle, electricity, cooking stove).
The fire station is on alert, especially since most homes are unattended, according to Vic Matta, acting fire marshall for BFP-San Jose de Buenavista, who stated this in a Monday interview.
The public is being urged to practice fire safety by making sure to extinguish candles and turn off any appliances with electricity and cooking stoves before leaving their houses, the official said.
BFP will be on “Oplan Kaluluwa (Soul)” from October 17 to November 2, according to Matta.
On Monday, October 31, there is a holiday from work.
They visit ports, malls, churches, hotels, and restaurants where they expect people and make mobile notifications about fire safety.
From October 27 to November 2, BFP members will also be deployed to supervise command posts at three significant cemeteries round-the-clock in San Jose de Buenavista.
The BFP, Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office, and Philippine National Police would collaborate to create the three command posts, according to Matta.
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