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We've all seen the Office episode when Dwight prepares the office for a potential fire. While extremely entertaining, it is not a model you should follow. Here are a few tips to help you and your employees prepare for a potential fire!

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How to Prepare for a Fire-- Not like Dwight Schrute!

  1. 1. Better Safe than Sorry... Right? How to prepare for a fire (not like Dwight Schrute)
  2. 2. Why do you need to prepare for potential office fires? Fires cause disruption of business activities, loss of business documents, and liability claims. Fire prevention measures can help.
  3. 3. Fire prevention programs and precautions are put in place to ensure your building remains safe in case something happens. Start by taking the proper precautions for your building. 01
  4. 4. Here are some precautions you can take today. No... we don't mean lighting the door handles on fire or setting off smoke bombs throughout your office Control smoking materials and open flames Store flammable and combustible liquids safely Use electrical equipment correctly Control special hazards Perform housekeeping tasks regularly Maintain commercial kitchen exhaust systems Purchase fire-safe furnishings and decor
  5. 5. Fire prevention relies on people knowing what to do when an emergency occurs. While Dwight Schrute had good intentions for his fire safety education day, the way he went about employee education could use some work. Fire Safety Education 02
  6. 6. How to identify and correct fire hazards A detailed office building evacuation plan How to use fire extinguishers Examples of recent fires to highlight the importance of fire safety Details of how to put out various types of fires, and when they are likely to occur What to include in your fire safety education program:
  7. 7. These systems include fire alarm systems, fire suppression systems, and and other building measures. There are both active and passive fire protection systems. Implement Fire Protection and Life Safety systems 03
  8. 8. Active fire protection systems require some amount of action or motion to work efficiently. These systems can be manually operated, like a fire extinguisher, or automatic, like sprinkler systems. Fire/smoke alarm systems Sprinkler Systems Fire extinguishers Sprinkler Systems Firefighters are also considered active fire protection Some of these systems include: Active Fire Protection Systems
  9. 9. Passive fire protection systems compartmentalize buildings to help prevent the spread of fire and smoke from one room to another. These systems help limit the amount of damage done to a building, and gives the occupants more time to evacuate. Fire/smoke dampers Fire doors Fire walls/floors Some of these systems include: Both active and passive fire protection systems can help keep your building and your employees safe from harm. Passive Fire Protection Systems Getting Started with a Presentation
  10. 10. For additional information and resources visit: www.vfsfire.com Don't forget to follow us on social!

We've all seen the Office episode when Dwight prepares the office for a potential fire. While extremely entertaining, it is not a model you should follow. Here are a few tips to help you and your employees prepare for a potential fire!

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