Exit routes, Emergency Action and Fire Prevention Plans, fire extinguishers, detection systems, protective clothing, fire brigades, training and flammable, combustible and explosive substances.
Here’s an overview of OSHA fire and emergency response requirements pertaining to exit routes that safety managers and trainers need to know about.
October is Fire Prevention Month and Oct. 4 through Oct. 10, 2015, is Fire Prevention Week. Here are seven statistics relating to workplace and home fire safety.
This Gameplan covers fire response. It is the third of four SafetySmart Gameplans covering a different dimension of fire safety:
This Program sets out a strategy you can implement over a 30-day period (and beyond) to prevent work fires, fatalities, injuries and costly OSHA citations.
This tool shows an overview of the OSHA fire safety requirements that safety managers and trainers need to know about.
This procedure will help you identify, assess and control combustible dust hazards.
Train workers to recognize and manage dust explosion hazards.
Use this photo of a padlocked fire exit to train workers on emergency response and evacuation.
The best way to protect your workers and your business is to expect the unexpected. Use this booklet to guide you when immediate action is necessary.
Wire manufacturing plant fined for exposing employees to electrical shock, arc flash, fire, eye and crushing injuries.