to take fire
- vlamvatten, ontbranden, ontvlammen
start to burn or burst into flames
- Take the pan off the fire.
- Can a man take fire in his bosom, and his clothes not be burned?
- Materials and components selection shall take into account their fire behaviour properties.
- .2 An abandon ship drill and fire drill shall take place weekly.
- The replacement of halon fire fighting equipment with alternative fire protection agents needs to take into account the availability of technically and economically feasible alternatives or technologies that are acceptable from the point of view of environment and health.
- On the other hand, it did not take into account the costs incurred during the IP as a result of that fire.
- .2 the pumping arrangements required by this regulation take account of the requirements for any fixed pressure water-spraying fire-extinguishing system;
- .2 the pumping arrangements required by this Regulation take account of the requirements for any fixed pressure water spraying fire-extinguishing system;
- These amendments take account of the review study of May 2006, which was submitted to the Commission. The ban on the use of HFCs as fire extinguishing agents was lifted by the revision.
- Measuring the hazardous properties of gases developed in the event of fire, which compromise the ability of the persons exposed to them to take effective action to accomplish escape, and not describing the toxicity of these gases.
- The drills of the crew shall take place before departure of the ship if more than 25 % of the crew have not participated in abandon ship and fire drills on board that particular ship in the previous month.
- Will he put the product to one side calmly and take preventive action, such as combating a fire caused by the product, or will he throw it away in a panic?
- .25 Fire Safety Systems Code means the International Code for Fire Safety Systems as adopted by the Maritime Safety Committee of the IMO by Resolution MSC98 (73), as may be amended by IMO, provided that such amendments are adopted, brought into force and take effect in accordance with the provisions of Article VIII of the 1974 SOLAS Convention, as amended, concerning the amendment procedures applicable to the Annex other than Chapter I thereof.
- Will he put the product to one side calmly and take preventive action, such as combating a fire caused by the product, or will he throw it away in a panic? Vulnerable consumers, especially children, may after all not behave the same as other, non-vulnerable consumers.
- CLASS B, C AND D SHIPS CONSTRUCTED ON OR AFTER 1 JANUARY 2003: .13 Fixed gas fire-extinguishing systems shall comply with the provisions of the Fire Safety Systems Code. .14 Means shall be provided to close from outside the protected space all openings which may admit air to or allow gas escape from the protected space. .15 When the fire-extinguishing medium is stored outside a protected space, it shall be stored in a room which is located behind the forward collision bulkhead and is used for no other purposes. Any entrance to such a storage room shall preferably be from the open deck and shall be independent of the protected space. If the storage place is located below deck, it shall be located no more than one deck below the open deck and shall be directly accessible by a stairway or ladder from the open deck. Spaces which are located below deck or spaces where access from the open deck is not provided shall be fitted with a mechanical ventilation system designed to take exhaust air from the bottom of the space and shall be sized to provide at least 6 air changes per hour. Access doors shall open outwards and bulkheads and decks including doors and other means of closing any opening therein, which form boundaries between such rooms and adjacent enclosed spaces, shall be gastight. For the purpose of the application of tables 4.1, 4.2, 5.1 and 5.2, in Part B of this Chapter, such storage rooms shall be treated as fire control stations. NEW CLASS A, B, C AND D SHIPS AND EXISTING CLASS B SHIPS: .16 Where the volume of free air contained in air receivers in any space is such that, if released in such space in the event of fire, such release of air within that space would seriously affect the efficiency of the fixed fire-extinguishing system, an additional quantity of fire-extinguishing medium shall be provided.