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A member of my association is putting together a safety manual for his new employer and would appreciate it if anyone has a Fire Prevention safety manual section or program that they would be willing to share.

 

Can anyone help out with this?

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I could send you something on Hazardous material storage buildings and code requirements?

Sure, that would be great, thanks.

try this example:  http://www.toy-icti.org/info/fireemergency.html

There are pertinent info sections on the right of the page.

 

mr. j

Sorry that I don’t have any great material to pass along. The manual is a great idea, especially if the material has innovative procedures or presentation of instruction. If a great manual comes out that disseminates retentive information so an employee wants to retain, the better off the companies’ safety program will be. Good luck.

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