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    • fire safety
    • it’s very basic ….
      • to give you an understanding of :
      • the nature of fire
      • fire hazards and risk
      • fire prevention
      • our fire procedures
      • how to select and use a portable fire extinguisher safely
    • fire prevention ….
      • be mindful of fire safety
      • don’t block fire exits, call points or extinguishers
      • no smoking policy
      • don’t wedge fire doors open
    • fire procedure ….
    • on hearing alarm ….
      • leave the building immediately (or find refuge area)
      • use the nearest exit
      • walk quickly but don’t run.
      • close doors behind you
      • do not delay your exit to collect your belongings
      • attend the fire assembly point and report to CVS fire officers
      • do not return until told to do so
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    • on finding a fire ….
      • sound the fire alarm
      • fight the fire if you are competent and you consider it safe to do so
      • evacuate as per normal fire procedure
      • inform the fire officers
      • fire officers are…
      • Matthew Langhorn, John Stevens and Kenny Lieske
      • or reception (if no fire officers on site)
    • on finding a fire….
      • sound the fire alarm
      • fight the fire if you are competent and you consider it safe to do so
      • evacuate as per normal fire procedure
      • inform the fire officers
      • fire officers are…
      • Matthew Langhorn, John Stevens and Kenny Lieske
      • or reception (if no fire officers on site)
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    • in order to understand how fire extinguishers work… you need to know a little bit about fire
    • what is fire ….
      • fire [ ˈ fi(-ə)r ] noun   1. fire is a rapid oxidation process that creates light, heat, and smoke, and varies in intensity. it is commonly used to describe either a fuel in a state of combustion (e.g., a campfire, or a lit fireplace or stove) or a violent, destructive and uncontrolled burning (e.g., in buildings)
    • fire triangle …. fire extinguishers work by removing one or more of these elements
    • sources of ignition ….
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      • smoking and naked flames
      • electrical faults
      • heaters
      • contractors tools and equipment
      • arson
    • fuels ….
      • paper & boxes etc.
      • expanded polystyrene beads
      • plastics
      • solvents
      • carpets
      • furniture
      • waste materials
    • BSEN2 classes of fire….
      • A - free burning materials, paper, wood, plastics
      • B - flammable liquids, petrol, meths, solvents
      • C - flammable gases, methane, hydrogen etc.
      • D - metals, potassium, sodium, magnesium etc.
      • F - cooking fats
      • electricity can be involved in any class of fire
    • BSEN2 classes of fire ….
      • A - free burning materials, paper, wood, plastics
      • B - flammable liquids, petrol, meths, solvents
      • C - flammable gases, methane, hydrogen etc.
      • D - metals, potassium, sodium, magnesium etc.
      • F - cooking fats
      • electricity can be involved in any class of fire
    • BSEN2 classes of fire ….
      • A - free burning materials, paper, wood, plastics
      • B - flammable liquids, petrol, meths, solvents
      • C - flammable gases, methane, hydrogen etc.
      • D - metals, potassium, sodium, magnesium etc.
      • F - cooking fats
      • electricity can be involved in any class of fire
    • BSEN2 classes of fire ….
      • A - free burning materials, paper, wood, plastics
      • B - flammable liquids, petrol, meths, solvents
      • C - flammable gases, methane, hydrogen etc .
      • D - metals, potassium, sodium, magnesium etc.
      • F - cooking fats
      • electricity can be involved in any class of fire
    • BSEN2 classes of fire ….
      • A - free burning materials, paper, wood, plastics
      • B - flammable liquids, petrol, meths, solvents
      • C - flammable gases, methane, hydrogen etc.
      • D - metals, potassium, sodium, magnesium etc.
      • F - cooking fats
      • electricity can be involved in any class of fire
    • BSEN2 classes of fire ….
      • A - free burning materials, paper, wood, plastics
      • B - flammable liquids, petrol, meths, solvents
      • C - flammable gases, methane, hydrogen etc.
      • D - metals, potassium, sodium, magnesium etc.
      • F - cooking fats
      • electricity can be involved in any class of fire
    • BSEN2 classes of fire….
      • A - free burning materials, paper, wood, plastics
      • B - flammable liquids, petrol, meths, solvents
      • C - flammable gases, methane, hydrogen etc.
      • D - metals, potassium, sodium, magnesium etc.
      • F - cooking fats
      • electricity can be involved in any class of fire
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    • using an extinguisher ….
      • pull the pin
      • aim at the base of the fire
      • squeeze the handle
      • sweep from side to side
      • start using the extinguisher from a safe distance
    • do not fight a fire if….
      • it is bigger than a waste paper bin
      • one extinguisher is not enough
      • smoke is affecting your breathing
      • you cannot see the way out
      • gas cylinders or chemicals are involved
      • your efforts are not reducing the size of the fire
    • more information ….
      • useful documents
      • www.priorystreetcentre.org.uk/fireevacuationplan.doc
      • www.priorystreetcentre.org.uk/riskassessment.doc
      • www.priorystreetcentre.org.uk/hands07.doc
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