Fire Safety

It’s one of the most dangerous risks in the workplace: the risk of a fire outbreak. This online course offers invaluable solutions, fire prevention standards, emergency evacuation information, and fire safety regulations. Protect your employees. Protect your business.

DEVICE COMPATIBILITY: Desktop, Laptop, Tablet/iPad, Phone
PRICING: $29.00
Fire safety training is one of the single most crucial training exercises required of employees, employers, and other working professionals. Because fires can be so dangerous and destructive, it’s important to know precisely how to act in the event of a fire, lower the risk of fire, plan an emergency evacuation, and develop a fire safety plan. This comprehensive online fire safety training course will provide your employees with all the knowledge they need. Here are the covered topics:
  • The Fire Triangle and Classification of Fires
  • Fire Extinguishers and Ratings
  • Extinguisher Use and Inspection
  • Fire Prevention and Protection
  • Emergency Evacuation and Procedures

Who Needs Fire Safety Training?

Every employee, health and safety professional, manager, supervisor, owner, and individual who works within your business should be trained in fire prevention and fire precautions. There is no way to predict the nature of a fire, and proper fire extinguisher training and fire safety regulations training may save lives, products, and even your business.  

The Fire Triangle & Classification of Fires

    • Fuel, Oxygen, Heat
    • Classes A, B, C, D, K

Fire Extinguishers & Ratings

    • Water, dry chemical, Carbon Dioxide, Halon 1301, 211
    • Types A, A-B, B-B, A-B-C, 1A10BC

Extinguisher Use & Inspection

    • PASS – Pull, Aim, Squeeze, Sweep
    • Training, 911, assess, and when to fight
    • Chemicals present – Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
    • Fire extinguisher inspection & maintenance, security, pressure gauge, hose, nozzle, tag

Fire Prevention & Protection

    • Typical sources of fires, housekeeping, flammable materials, storage, electrical, HVAC materials, personal smoking
    • Passive & active fire prevention, training

Emergency Evacuation & Procedures

    • Emergency evacuation & fire safety plan
    • Fire alarm pull stations, exit signs, extinguishers, utility shutoffs, staging areas, written procedures
    • Single & two-stage continuous alarms
    • Employees with disabilities, meeting point, headcount
    • High rise buildings
    • Duties of Supervisors