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  • Fire Protection Training


    According to OSHA, workplace fires and explosions kill 200 and injure more than 5,000 workers each year. They cost businesses more than $2.3 billion in property damage. Don't add to these statistics. Get the facts on OSHA's Fire Protection standards.
    The National Safety Council Fire Protection Compliance Training Seminar will show you how to reduce your risks.

    The course covers:

    • Details of OSHA 1910 Subpart L (1910.155 through 1910.165)
    • Basic precautions for preventing fires and protecting workers
    • The right equipment and protective wear for fighting fires
    • General requirements for automatic sprinkler systems and fixed fire extinguishing systems
    • How to install and maintain fire detection and alarm systems

    You'll be able to:

    • Comply with 11 important OSHA standards
    • Communicate proper fire prevention and protection procedures to your employees
    • Establish a fire brigade to protect your facility and employees
    • Understand the different types of fire extinguishers and identify which type(s) you need in your workplace
    • Avoid injuries, property damage, and financial loss from workplace fires
  • Fire Protection Classroom Training

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