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    • Module 5: Fire Protection 5.2 Fire Watches Susan Harwood Grant Number SH-17820-08-60-F-23
    • 2  This material was produced under grant number SH-17820-08-60-F-23 from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Department of Labor. It does not necessarily reflect the views or polices of the U.S. Department of Labor, nor does mention of trade names, commercial products, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.
    •  Describe the duties for a fire watch  Recognize how to prevent and extinguish fires  Explain the steps for monitoring hot work  Describe fire fighting procedures  Outline personal protective equipment  Review training of a fire watch 3
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    •  Define the look out responsibilities  Identify the signs of fire  State methods to extinguishing fires quickly  Indicate how to be focused on areas of fire watches  Outline the duties of the fire watch 5
    • 6Figure 1 Fire watch keeping area damp to prevent flare ups
    • 7Figure 2 Applying water to maintain safety of workers in the compartment
    • 8Figure 3 Fire watch on bank keeping bank wet with water
    • 9Figure 4 Cutters waiting for hot work above to be completed
    • 10Figure 5 Fire watch on lower compartment standing by
    • 11Figure 6 Hot work inside compartment
    • 12Figure 7 Fire team communicating with entry team
    • 13Figure 8 Team leader checking around external area
    • 14Figure 9 Fire suppression water being applied
    • 15Figure 10 Insulation in a freezer compartment
    • 16Figure 11 Molten steel from hot work inside compartment
    • 17Figure 12 Double fire watch during hot work on beam
    • 18Figure 13 Cutting cargo compartment with torches
    • 19Figure 14 Fire crews dressing out
    • 20Figure 15 Gasoline fire in test condition
    • 21Figure 16 Slag hitting ground from hot work
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    • 23Figure 17 Hot work on propeller
    • 24Figure 18 Close up view of slag flying from torch
    • 25Figure 19 Fire extinguisher test
    • 26Figure 20 Two personnel are training with fire extinguishers
    • 27Figure 21 Fire watch watching cutter and hoses
    • 28Figure 22 Trained fire watch crew monitoring hot work in compartment
    • 29Figure 23 Fire watch with charged fire hose
    • 30Figure 24 Shows the barriers between compartments
    • 31Figure 25 Surveying below decks prior to hot work
    • 32Figure 26 Personnel exiting the vessel
    • 33Figure 27 Water application on bank to reduce fires
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    •  OSHA eTool www.osha.gov  Wikipedia Encyclopedia http://en.wikipedia.org 36
    • 37 Worker safety is a priority.