Use appropriate holders for incense.
When you leave the room, extinguish any burning materials and turn off lights and electrical appliances (especially irons).
One possible cause of fires on campus is the use of sesame seed oil. Always use extreme caution when storing towels or other linens which have absorbed oil. Never machine dry oily towels at the hot setting; this often causes the towels to heat up and catch fire. Remove clothes from dryer immediately when dry.
Familiarize yourself with your room and building; know where the nearest fire exit is and observe all posted regulations.
Take fire drills seriously. They are exercises to promote safe, smooth, arid rapid departure from your building according to the fire escape plan.
Students will be held financially responsible for any damage to University property due to negligence on their part. Smoke detectors and their batteries are required in every dorm room and must not be tampered with or damaged. Failure to comply with this State regulation will result in the offender paying for the damaged material, and possibly fines imposed by the State for tampering with life safety devices.