Fire Safety Training Videos
Purple K Fire Extinguishers - Powdered bicarbonate of soda had been used as a flame-halting agent for many years. Investigators conducted fire tests with many powdered substances. American industry was called in, and the new highly effective product, called Purple-K-Powder became used throughout the Navy and in U.S. municipal and industrial fire protection operations
Fire Protection - Electrical Safety - Fire prevention is something no one really thinks about because we're busy at our jobs and home and we don't really believe a fire will happen to us. It's important to review the basics of fire protection periodically just to improve our awareness. The first rule is to keep all work areas neat, clean, and organized.
Hotel Fire Safety - The leading cause of death in fires is smoke inhalation, not contact with the fire. The importance of fire safety in a hotel environment canít be overstated. The lives of guests and employees are at stake and the stakes are high. In this training program, weíll discuss basic fire prevention, emergency plans, early warning systems, smoke control, and hotel evacuation.
This program will graphically impact employees in the need for greater prevention of fires. Features dramatic footage and photos of people who have been badly burned and stresses the need for proper handling of flammables, bonding/grounding and fire prevention in general.
Video Streaming Also AvailableAs a healthcare professional, you know that your patients continually rely on you for their health and safety Ė but what about your own? It can only take a minute of neglect on your part or that of a co-worker for you to become a patient yourself.
Release - 2005
OSHA's 1910.38 requires that each company develop a workable Emergency Action Plan. With the new threats facing our society today, such a plan is required not only for compliance, but also for survival. Make sure your organization has a well thought out plan in place by following the guidelines provided in this program.
This popular fire safety training program covers the elements needed for fire: Fuel, oxygen, heat and chemical reaction.