Monday, October 3, 2022

11 Common Fire Hazards In The Workplace

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There are common fire hazards in the workplace that if not properly managed could result to serious fire accident. In the UK each year there...

Fire Extinguisher Regulations: OSHA & General Regulation

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Fire extinguisher regulations are sets are legal requirements that governs the installation, distribution, commissioning and maintenance of fire extinguishers. The article aims to bring to...

What Is Fire Tetrahedron (A Deviation From The Fire Triangle)

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Fire Tetrahedron: A tetrahedron can be described as a pyramid which is a solid having four plane faces. When we talk about the fire tetrahedron,...

Fire Safety For Preschoolers

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Fire safety for preschoolers is designed for children who are not yet of school age or is yet to start formal education. Though they may...

Riser Room Sign (How To Identify A Riser Room)

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The riser room sign helps you identify a riser room even when you do not enter the room. As we know, the riser room is...

What Size Of Fire Extinguisher Is Suitable For Your Vehicle?

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Fire extinguisher is one thing which must not miss from your vehicle while traveling; and it must be in a workable state. Before I continue,...

How To Use A Fire Blanket

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Fire blanket is a fire fighting equipment use to combat fire in its early stage (Incipient fire). It is made of a fire retardant material;...

Learn How To Carry Out Fire Extinguisher Inspection Now

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Fire Extinguisher Inspection is important to ensure that the extinguishers are active and ready for operation.   Fire Extinguisher Inspection – Legal Obligation   Federal OSHA standard 1910.157(e)(2), requires...

Foam Fire Extinguishers And How They Are Use

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Foam fire extinguishers are one of the most common types of fire extinguisher, and are generally used for fires involving flammable solids and liquids....

Fire Fighting Using Foam: The Three Most Important Things To Consider

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Fire Fighting Using Foam - Class B fires are those which involve flammable liquids, liquefiable solids, oils, greases, tars, oil-based paints and lacquers (i.e....