Cal/OSHA Fire Prevention And Response


Fire safety and response is an important part of any organization’s Injury and Illness Prevention Plan. Correcting fire hazards and knowing how to respond to a fire can prevent injuries and save lives. This is a crash course in fire safety and hazard prevention. Developed based on recommendations from California’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration, participants learn the basic tenets of fire prevention and hazard mitigation. The course discusses the three requirements for a fire, how a fire starts, the various classes of fire, the importance of good housekeeping, storage of hazardous and flammable materials, controlling electrical hazards, and precautions around hot work. Utilize this course among your staff to ensure everyone is on the same page around important measures to take around fire hazard prevention and appropriate handling of fire to reduce injury or death and comply with CAL/OSHA regulations.


This course is geared toward anyone within their organization concerned about and interested in appropriate response to fire and properly mitigating fire hazards.

Manufacturing Plant

Introduction|How A Fire Starts And Burns|Classes Of Fire|Good Housekeeping|Storage Of Hazardous And Flammable Materials|Controlling Electrical Hazards|Hot Work Precautions|Responding To A Fire|Safe Evacuation Of The Premises|Conclusion


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Training Time:
11-20 minutes

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Devices Supported:
Windows, Apple, Android, Chrome

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Interactive Producer:
Mastery Training Content Network

Original Content Producer:
AP Safety Training