article article The most common reason people set fires is because they’re scared.
This is a dangerous way to think about fire, because it suggests that you can’t be held accountable for your actions.
The truth is that the risk of fire is lower when you know the right way to set it and you can avoid setting a fire in the first place.
And you don’t need to be a fireman to set fires: there are plenty of ways to set them.
But how do you know which ones to use?
The key is to recognise the difference between a good fire and a bad one.
If you want to protect yourself and others, use an effective fire extinguishing technique.
This article is part of the Everyday Fire podcast series.
The Everyday Fire team