Introduction to fire prevention plans

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Introduction to fire prevention plans

  1. 1. Introduction toFire prevention Plans Yawar Hassan Khan
  2. 2. What does the fire prevention plan do for your compnay• Serves to reduce the risk of fires at your workplace
  3. 3. Causes of fire• Electrical hazards• Portable heaters• Office fire hazards• Cutting , welding and open flame work• Flammable and combustible material• Smoking in the wrokplace
  4. 4. Fixed extinguished system• Fixed fire extinguishing systems are commonly used to protect areas containing value able or critical equipment such as data processing rooms , telecommunication switches and process control rooms
  5. 5. Components of a fixed system• Discharge nozzle• Piping• Control panel• Warning alarm• Warning and caution signs• Fire detectors• Pull stations• Agent storage containers
  6. 6. Purpose of an alarm system• The purpose of and employee alarm system is to reduce the severity of work place accidents and injuries by ensuring that alarm systems operate properly and procedures are in place to alert employees to workplace emergencies
  7. 7. The fire triangle• Enough oxygen to sustain combustion• Enough heat to rise the material to it’s ignition temperature and• Some sort of fuel or combustible material
  8. 8. Fire extinguisher ratings• Class a ordinary combustible• Class b flammable liquids• Class c electrical equipment• Class d combustible metals• Class k restaurant kitchens
  9. 9. Types of fire extinguishers• Dry chemical extinguishers• Halon extinguishers• Water extinguishers• Carbon dioxide extinguishers
  10. 10. HOW TO USE A FIRE EXTINGUISHER• PASS : PULL – AIM –SQUEEZE-SWEEP
  11. 11. MANAGEMENT TRAINING RESPONSIBLITYAll managers should be trained and make sureemployees are also trained to understand their FFPresponsibility.
  12. 12. THANK YOU• Please give your feedback :• yawarhkhan@hotmail.com

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