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Fire And Safety Operational Booklet


Fire And Safety Operational Booklet

PMD 3rd ed. TENN Manual.
Safety Manual. Safety Manual Firefighter Safety Manual (13-63-1W) Copies are available in the Resources Section, or you can. (Note: If the book does not have the Resource Section, be sure to check that the book is not blank inside the front cover.)
Copyright (c) 1991. by Wiley. All Rights Reserved. ​.
Development of Safety Alert Manual for Internal (48-21) Revenue Canada.

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Presentation on theme: “Fire Safety – Audiovisual Approach”,— Presentation transcript:

Fire Safety

Audiovisual Approach Safe entry to a fire scene Safe exit from a fire scene Safety in the fire scene Avoid the hazards associated with fire Avoid the hazards associated with fire exposure Rescue breathing in the fire scene Some fire scene hazards

The federal fire safety training regulations set standards to be followed when dealing with various types of firefighting activities, from fire scene operation to firefighting assistance. Where appropriate, additional requirements may also apply to firefighters. These requirements apply to individuals and to members of a fire department. They apply to many things we encounter, everything from the ones that are dangerous for us to those we encounter often, such as electrical wiring.

Standards of Conduct a. KNOW BEFORE YOU GO b. EMPLOYEES MUST KNOW BEFORE YOU GO c. THE PATTERN OF FIRE SAFETY IS AS FOLLOWS d. KNOW THE SAFETY rue. Get familiar with the general layout of the fire scene e. KNOW THE FACTORS THAT MAY DIFFERENTIATE THE SAFETY OF THE FIRING APARTMENT FROM THAT OF THE REMAINING AREA OF THE FIRE SCENE f. MINIMIZE THE FACTOR s. a) Present a shield, helmet, or protective clothing b) Improve the visibility of objects by adding lights and reflective or ornamental items c) Use reflective safety messages or reflective tape, during all operations d) Avoid leaving tools, equipment, and supplies lying exposed on the floor. e) Stay aware of open doors, windows, or other openings.

– rue. use caution and provide additional safety in accordance with the published safety requirements of the employer and other applicable codes, standards, or regulations. (See Rule for Attachments).

The majority of incidents in fire departments occur during routine fire suppression tasks. You are