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FIRE SAFETY

FIRE SAFETY

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  1. FIRE SAFETY Part 2 Fire Extinguishers and Emergency Planning

  2. Fire Extinguishers Dry powder Carbon dioxide Dry-chemical Water

  3. Water Extinguishes fires involving ordinary combustibles materials: • cardboard & paper • cloth • trash • wood A = ash

  4. Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Electrical equipment: • fuse boxes • electrical wiring • computers Flammable liquids: • oils • gasoline • paints and solvents B= barrel C = circuits

  5. Dry-chemical Also called “multi-purpose” extinguishers • Ordinary combustibles • Flammable liquids • Electrical equipment

  6. Dry Powder • Metal chips, turnings, shavings • Combustible metals: • Magnesium • Aluminum • Titanium

  7. Monthly Checks • Tamper seal is intact • Pull pin is present • Cylinder pressure is adequate (needle in the green area of the dial)

  8. Fire extinguishers in the shop • Visible & marked locations • Not blocked or obstructed • In good condition • Suitable for the environment

  9. How to Use a Fire Extinguisher https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CRMgFPzQEn0 1 min 6 sec

  10. How to Use a Fire Extinguisher • Pull the pin • Aimat the base • Squeeze the handle • Sweep the nozzle from side to side P A S S

  11. Machine-installed Fire Suppression Systems • Nozzles deliver extinguisher at point of machine operation/fire • Firetrace CNC Fire Suppression Demo

  12. If You See Fire • Stop the machine • Do NOT use compressed air or vacuum • Use a fire extinguisher only if: • 911 has been called • You’ve been trained on how to use an extinguisher • The fire is contained • You have an escape route • Your instincts tell you it is OK

  13. Emergency Exits • Easily accessible and not blocked • Not locked from the inside • Marked with an illuminated sign KNOW WHERE EMERGENCY EXITS ARE LOCATED!

  14. Emergency Planning Procedures - what to do in case of: • Fire • Workplace accidents • Medical emergency • Severe weather • Large spills

  15. Summary • Fire extinguishers are of different types • PASS = Pull-Aim-Squeeze-Sweep • Fire extinguishers must be easy to find and not blocked • Emergency exits must be unlocked and accessible • Emergency plans tell you what to do in specific situations

  16. Questions?

  17. End of Part 2 –Fire Extinguishers and Emergency Planning