Update: 7:43PM THE National Fire Authority is calling for a total change of mindset and attitude towards fire safety.
NFA chief executive officer John OConnor urged people to give due respect and recognition to the dangers of fires.
Mr OConnors call comes after the authority recorded its fourth structural fire for 2013 on Saturday afternoon.
On January 3, a house at Kalekana Settlement in Lami was razed to the ground, followed by a supermarket fire in Tavua early last week.
The NFA recorded the third structural fire at Waiyavi Stage Five in Lautoka on Friday night, where a house fire left 15 people homeless.
And at about 3pm on Saturday, a corrugated iron and timber house on Bau Road in Nausori was burnt to the ground.
NFA is working with police to ascertain the cause of the fires in Lautoka and in Nausori.
Last year, NFA recorded 95 structural fires around the country, with most destroying homes and leaving families homeless.
In an earlier statement, NFA said it seemed that people were not taking heed of its repeated advice and fire safety messages via the media.