Key:fire_object:type

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Description
It is often useful to note on the map objects that are potentially dangerous or socially significant.
Group: Properties
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Description

Potentially dangerous objects - facilities that use, produce, process, store or transport the radioactive, fire and explosion hazard, hazardous chemical and biological agents, creating a real threat of an emergency source.

Socially significant facilities - objects of particular social importance, these include social infrastructure (ie, objects that provide human needs in delivery, acquisition of essential services, products, goods).

It is often useful to note on the map objects that are potentially dangerous or socially significant.

For example, this hospital is a socially significant object.

Other examples are the various objects that are potentially dangerous.

Examples

Here are examples of when the tag fire_object:type=* may or could be applied:

Tag fire_object:type=* should use the poo abbreviation potentially dangerous objects and szo abbreviation to describe socially important facilities.

As denoted on the map

Simply add the tag fire_object:type=* object on the map located in the region out certain fire station.

Example socially significant object:

Example potentially dangerous object: