OSHA Education School’s Fire Safety and Prevention Awareness for Manufacturing training is designed specifically for the Manufacturing industry. Because promoting a safe and healthy workplace is essential for the overall productivity of industrial facilities, this training provides best practices, methods, and procedures regarding how to prevent potential injuries and/or fatalities from fire-related events.
National Safety Council (NSC) data shows that workplace fires account for more than 3% of occupational fatalities and $2 billion in losses each year. OSHA Education School’s 60-minute Fire Safety and Prevention Awareness course will teach participants how to prevent fire-related injuries and death in the workplace.
OSHA Education School’s Fire Safety and Prevention Awareness for Manufacturing Training is designed to provide essential training and tools to identifyevaluate, analyze, and control fire risks in the Manufacturing workplace. Specific course topics include the following:
Examples of avoidable fire tragedies in the past
Definitions of terms and phrases included in the standard, “Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans (EAP), and Fire Prevention Plans (FFP)”
Additional hazards and compounding factors that frequently cause more injuries/fatalities than the original hazard
OSHA requirements for design and construction of buildings and emergency routes
OSHA requirements for exit route safeguards
OSHA requirements for EAPs and FPPs
Portable Fire Extinguisher (PFE) placement, classes, use, inspections, maintenance, and testing
Best practices in the event of seven types of emergencies
Discussion of OSHA’s Evacuation Planning Matrix for potential terrorist incidents
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