Outdoor self-service barbecue has gradually become a popular way of outdoor leisure. From time to time, you can see friends posting photos of outdoor barbecue parties on social media. But while enjoying nature with laughter and laughter, there are also certain fire hazards in outdoor barbecues. Everyone must pay special attention to safety when choosing outdoor barbecues!

1.It is important to choose a barbecue site.
Before setting off, you must first understand the local conditions and whether you can have an outdoor barbecue. Because barbecues are prohibited in some outdoor locations, such as some forest areas or parks. There should be no bushes or too many trees, weeds, etc. around the barbecue site, and there should be no flammable materials around the downwind vent. Try not to barbecue in closed places such as caves and rooms to avoid carbon monoxide poisoning.
If conditions permit, it is best to choose a barbecue near a water source, which is convenient for water and prevents fires. Also, remember not to choose windy weather to barbecue!

2.Clean up the fire area.
Once the venue is selected, an area of at least 10 square meters must be cleared in the barbecue venue as a special area for fire use. No combustibles can be placed in the special area to avoid fire.
Remember to take good care of the children, and don’t let the children play around near the oven. Don’t let children play with fire, in case of children ignite combustibles and cause a fire!

3.Selection of oven location.
The oven should be placed in a relatively flat place, and the damper should be at the upper air outlet. It is not easy to ignite charcoal. You can pile the carbon into a pile and add a combustion aid, and then spread the carbon itself after burning. If conditions permit, light a bonfire, put the carbon into the fire, take it out after the carbon is completely burned, and put it in the grill. If you use a bonfire to ignite carbon, don’t forget to bring an engineer shovel. When spreading the carbon, it must be spread evenly to ensure uniform firepower. Don’t rush to bake after the charcoal burns, wait until the charcoal is completely red, that is, it is completely burned, and then start grilling. Don’t rush to bake after the charcoal burns, first grill the grill, wait until the charcoal is completely red, that is, it is completely burned, and then start grilling. Be careful not to stand on the downwind vent when the outdoor barbecue grill is grilling. First, the smoke is heavy, and second, the flying sparks are easy to burn people.

4.Carry a small fire extinguisher with you.
When grilling in the wild, unexpected small fires are prone to occur, and small fire extinguishers are needed to help. If you don’t carry it, you can also prepare water in a container such as a bucket and put it next to the oven just in case.
In case of a large fire, you can take out the spare fire extinguisher in the trunk of the car to put out the fire, and then quickly call 119 for a fire alarm.

5.After the barbecue is completed, the fire must be thoroughly extinguished.
After grilling and when leaving, be sure to extinguish the fire thoroughly without leaving any sparks, and clean up household garbage thoroughly, which is environmentally friendly and prevents fire hazards.

Summary: Generally speaking, spring and autumn are the seasons suitable for barbecue. Windy and rainy days are not suitable for outdoor barbecues. Let’s understand the surrounding environment before grilling to avoid fires and unnecessary injuries.