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Fire Safety

  1. 1. Coimbatore - Global Services Center FIRE SAFETY Author: Hari kumar.P Date: 18-May-2009
  2. 2. MODULE-1
  3. 3. Fire Fire is the combination of fuel, energy and oxygen Classification CLASS-A : flammable solids(wood, cloth, rubber, paper etc) CLASS-B : flammable liquids(Petrol, alcohol, oil etc) CLASS-C : Flammable gases(hydrogen, propane etc) CLASS-D : Combustible metals(sodium, potassium etc) CLASS-E : both class-A&B with the induction of electrical source CLASS-F : due to cooking oil and fat(High temperature of oils)
  4. 4. MODULE-2
  5. 5. Cartridges • Dry chemical • Clean agent • Water • Foam • CO2
  6. 6. Dry Chemical • Mono ammonium phosphate – (Class-A,B) • Sodium Bicarbonate – (Class-B,C) • Potassium carbonate – (Class-B,C)
  7. 7. Foam  Aqueous film form - (Class-A)  Potassium acetate – (Class-A)
  8. 8. Clean Agent  HCFC(Hydrochlorofluorocarbon) – class A,B,C  Halotron gaseous agent - class A,B,C  Copper, Sodium chloride – Class-D  Water – Only for class-A fire  CO2 – Class – B&C
  9. 9. Smoke Detection system
  10. 10. Stages of fire  Ignition Stage  Critical stage  Blaze Stage  0 to 10 minutes(Class – A)  0 to 1 minute (Class-B)  0-30 Seconds(Class-C)
  11. 11. Safety Measures  Not to be tensed  Stay in one  Quick report to Admin table  Know your Emergency Exit or alternate route  Should assemble in the assemble point

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