Fire Prevention. 12. What will burn?. 20. 2. 15%. NO FIRE. 13. 3. 15. COMMON PROBLEMS. No (blocked) Fire extinguishers. Storage of flammable & combustible liquids. 23. 5. 15. Prevention. REACTION. 16. 14. 8. The Fire Triangle.
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What will burn? 20 2
15% NO FIRE 13 3
COMMON PROBLEMS No (blocked) Fire extinguishers Storage of flammable & combustible liquids 23 5
Prevention REACTION 16
The Fire Triangle Essentially, fire extinguishers put out fire by taking away one or more elements of the fire triangle. 18 9
CLASS A Wood, paper, cloth, trash CLASS B Oil, gas grease, flammable liquids CLASS C Electrical, Energized electrical equipment Class ABC All of the above 20 10
Fire Extinguishers A B C FOR CLASS A, B or C FIRES 20 11
Remember P.A.S.S. P A S S 1. Pull the pin. This will allow you to discharge the extinguisher 19 12
Remember P.A.S.S. 1. Pull the pin. 2. Aimat the base of the fire. If you aim at the flames, the extinguishing agent will fly through the fire. You want to hit the fuel. 13 13
Remember P.A.S.S. 1. Pull the pin. 2. Aim at the base of the fire. 3. Squeeze the top handle or lever. This releases the pressurized extinguishing agent in the extinguisher. 9 14
Remember P.A.S.S. 1. Pull the pin. 2. Aim at the base of the fire. 3. Squeeze the top handle or lever. 4.Sweep from side to side 4. Sweep from side to side Until the fire is completely out. Begin at a safe distance away, then move forward. Once the fire is out, keep an eye on the area in case it re-ignites. 26 15