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Make sure you are able to recognize the beginnings of a fire.
Plan and practice home fire drills at least twice a year. Make sure you know two ways out of each room.
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Here are some seasonal home fire safety tips:1. Smoke/Carbon Monoxide DetectorsMake sure you have them and that they’re working.2. Light up the night without igniting the lightsPurchase extension cords for the specific job – don’t improvise with an...Learn more
Relevant, high quality video footage and graphics are used during an explanation of the fire triangle, while considering the importance of good working practices and good housekeeping in preventing fires and while emphasising the importance of...Learn more
The use of a fire extinguisher in the hands of a trained adult can be a life and property saving tool. However, a majority of adults have not had fire extinguisher training and may not know how and when to use them.This short video explains how to...Learn more
Fire is Everyone's Fight is designed to unite the fire service and many others in a collaborative effort to reduce home fire injuries, deaths and property loss.
The video contains excerpts of tests burns that were conducted on a wood truss assembly and also a wood 'stick built' roof assembly. The test burns were not scientific and are not intended to discredit trusses; they were conducted simply to help...Learn more
Take the time to sit down and write up a fire safety escape plan for your home. It should provide two means of exit from every room. Then talk it through with the family. Grab a stopwatch and time how quickly everyone can get out to a designated...Learn more
The office could become a fire trap unless you maintain it properly. Keep your office free of trash scraps, obstacles, and loose materials. Fire exits, aisles and emergency equipment should be freely accessible. Ensure grease, oil and water spills...Learn more
Check out Graphic Products who feature easy to understand Best Practice Guides on OSHA and industrial topics such as Arc flash, GHS, Lockout/Tagout, Floor Marking, and more.
This quick Arc Flash video helps explain some of the basics to get you started. Graphic Products features easy to understand Best Practice Guides on OSHA and industrial topics such as Arc flash, GHS, Lockout/Tagout, Floor Marking, and more. Get your...Learn more
All pipes need to be properly identified for construction crews, maintenance and repair contractors. Pipe labels have to be created specifically to communicate pipe contents and direction flow. Graphic Products is committed to keeping our customers...Learn more
Fire extinguishers are a great tool for putting out fires and protecting life, but only if you know how to use them correctly. Acquiring some basic knowledge of how to operate them is essential for all employees. Following is some key information...Learn more
Flammable liquids are those with a flash point of less than 100 degrees Celsius. This is the lowest point at which the liquid produces enough vapor to form a flammable mixture with air. Red labels that also contain a fire symbol are used to identify...Learn more
If you have electrical hazards, you already know the right PPE can save lives. NFPA 70E outlines four distinct categories of PPE, which this fun video walks you through.This animated video is the third in a 3-part series about arc flash safety,...Learn more
Fire presents a permanent and ongoing risk with the potential to cause great financial and employment loss. An onus is put on the employer to train his employees regarding what to do in the event of a fire. Should a fire occur, the best protection...Learn more
Space heaters are banned from many work areas. They should not be used unless they have had the direct approval of management. Only space heaters that have been checked out by a nationally recognized testing laboratory can be used. Make sure that...Learn more
Good housekeeping around electrical appliances can help prevent workplace fires. Never overload a circuit. Do not connect extension cords to each other (daisy chaining). Undertake regular inspections of electrical equipment and extension cords for...Learn more
Workplace fires are often caused by sloppy personal smoking habits. Reduce the risk by only smoking in designated smoking areas. Make sure that all smoking materials are clearly extinguished. Flammable chemicals should be in an approved Flammable...Learn more
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