CF254-01 Fire Prevention in Industrial Environments (4)
This course is designed to provide the public educator, inspector, firefighters and Fire Chief with the knowledge and skills needed to successfully educate industrial workers with life safety information of specific hazards in the industrial plant. For those who practice the multidiscipline profession of fire and life safety education (including uniformed fire service personnel and other professionals), topics include Myths about Industrial Fires and Explosions, Major Causes of Industrial Fires and Explosions, Combustible Dust, Flammable Liquids & Gasses, Equipment & Machinery, Electrical Hazards Education and Prevention. This course serves as an entry level to Fire and Life Safety Educator, Fire Inspectors, Fire Chiefs, and personnel involved in education on the risks in the industrial setting, and offers information to assist in the reduction of fire and explosions risks.
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Maximum Class Size
Required Student Materials
- International Building Code (2012 ed.)
Upon completion of the course the participant will have an understanding of target audiences for life safety messages for the industrial worker to reduce risks of fire and explosions within the work setting.
Upon successful completion of this lesson, the student shall be able to:
- Successfully provides life safety information to the targeted audiences.
- How to educate workers on a risk assessment of the industrial plant.
- Provide case study of previous industrial incidents to assist in the prevention of future incidents.
- Developing Relationships, being creative,
- Developing contacts for emergency operations and assistance in educating plant employees