The class “Fire Safety and Prevention” examines common workplace fire safety procedures as fires, no matter how small, should be reported immediately. Buildings are equipped with extinguishing systems that actuate an alarm and discharge an extinguishing agent to control advanced stage fires. Portable fire extinguishers are available for extinguishing incipient stage fires using the P.A.S.S. technique. Employees not authorized to fight the fire should evacuate immediately. Employers should create an emergency action plan that dictates the procedures to be carried out in the event of an emergency. In the event of a fire, employees should stay calm, follow procedures, and go directly to assembly areas. Employers must account for all employees and provide first aid until medical services arrive.
- Describe an emergency action plan
- Identify strategies for reporting workplace emergencies
- Identify fire hazards
- Describe the basic elements of fire safety
- Describe the purpose of a fire prevention plan
- Identify various fire detectors and alarms
- Describe fire extinguishing systems
- Describe portable fire extinguishers
- Identify the main types of portable fire extinguishers
- Explain the steps for using a portable fire extinguisher
- Identify the purpose of a floor plan
- Describe the different options available for responding to a workplace fire
- Define fire brigade
- Describe standpipe and small hose systems
- Describe the employer's responsibility for providing medical assistance.
- Recommended for all personnel in the manufacturing workplace.
Communication, Critical Thinking, Personal Effectiveness, Action Plans, Fire Safety and Prevention
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