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Fire Safety Awareness (GM)

Carelessness is the biggest cause of fire. Fire destruction is usually the work of one person but fire prevention is everybody’s responsibility. Make sure you are part of the solution and that you support people to avoid being the problem by keeping your fire safety knowledge up to date.

Description

  • How fires start and continue - the Fire Tetrahedron
  • Preventing electrical fires
  • The fire dangers of smoking
  • Dangers of fire from the accumulation of rubbish, paper and other combustible materials 
  • The dangers of fire from the misuse of heaters and open fires
  • The dangers of fire and cooking
  • The dangers of fire - Other things to consider
  • The effects of fire - Burns
  • The effects of fire - Smoke inhalation
  • The dangers of toxic fumes
  • Fire prevention and control
  • What to do and NOT do if the fire alarm is activated
  • What to do and NOT do if you discover a fire 
  • If a small fire breaks out in a kitchen, what should you do?
  • Different types of fire extinguisher and their correct use
  • How to use a fire extinguisher properly
  • Fire Blankets
  • Fire classifications
  • Fire safety in the workplace
 
 
 

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