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Employees can reduce the potential for dust explosions by being aware of the risks and following safe work practices to mitigate those risks as well as by following the company's emergency contingency plan. That's the purpose of this program--to review the precautions and procedures workers can follow to prevent dust incidents. Topics include the dust explosion pentagon, chain reaction catastrophes, minimizing available dust, engineering controls and awareness of ignition sources.
Workplace fires can happen at any time. That's why it's important to know what to do when a fire starts--know when and how to fight it and when not to. This program will provide viewers with the basic information they need to react safely in a potentially dangerous situation involving a fire. Topics include when to use an extinguisher, using the PASS method to put out a fire and extinguisher inspection, maintenance and storage.
In order to use a portable fire extinguisher to put out the fire, employees must determine the type of material burning and class of fire present, if they know how to use the appropriate fire extinguisher and if the fire is in its beginning stages. More importantly, they must be confident in their ability to evacuate the facility safely should they be unable to extinguish the fire. Other topics include the fire triangle, incipient stage fires, classes of fires and extinguishers, the PASS system and emergency evacuation.
This motivational program will force those who take a nonchalant attitude toward fire prevention to think about the consequences of neglecting fire safety rules. Through graphic photographs of burn victims, viewers will see firsthand how fires can cause tragic, disabling injuries and deaths. Topics include handling and storage of flammable liquids, the dangers of smoke, good housekeeping, emergency action procedures and fire prevention techniques in the workplace.
This program shows the safe work practices employees should follow to reduce the risk of a workplace fire and to review things that should be done if a fire should break out. Topics include five classes of fire, good housekeeping, handling and storing hazardous materials, static electricity, the emergency action plan, evacuation procedures, fire extinguishers and treating fire-related injuries.
This program, showing office environments, discusses how to eliminate the factors that contribute to the ignition of fires and how to respond if a fire were to break out. Topics include good housekeeping, controlling electrical fire hazards, emergency action plans, evacuation procedures, classes of fire and their extinguishing agents, the importance of using the appropriate fire extinguisher, using the PASS system to extinguish a fire and treating fire-related injuries.
Careless hot work operations can quickly lead to fires, extensive property damage, severe injuries or death. This program discusses the safe work practices that should be taken to prevent such incidents and reviews the responsibilities of those workers involved in hot work tasks.
Portable fire extinguishers provide a handy and reliable way to put out small fires before they get out of control, but to be safe, employees need to know how and when to use them. This program reminds employees how fire "works" and reviews the major causes of fire. It also examines fire prevention techniques and the use of fire extinguishers. Topics include inspection & storage of fire extinguishers, information on extinguisher labels, deciding whether to fight a fire and the proper way to ex