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Fire safety in the work place

Fire Extinguishers and knowing how to use them is very important for the employer as well as the employe

Website: http://clarkfireequipment.com
Location: Houston Texas
Members: 88
Latest Activity: Aug 8

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NFPA 30 Inside Storage Rooms

Started by Lukeav - Lanier Upshaw Mar 4, 2014.

Fire Stats 5 Replies

Started by Michelle Sears. Last reply by Kevin Moore Aug 14, 2012.

Fire Prevention Safety Manual 4 Replies

Started by Cory Zielke. Last reply by Kevin Moore Aug 14, 2012.

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Comment by David Osmun on February 22, 2010 at 3:27pm
We use the cardstock tags on ours.
Comment by Michelle Sears on February 22, 2010 at 2:58pm
Do you prefer cardstock or aluminum fire extinguisher tags?
Comment by Ben Lenchner on July 1, 2009 at 12:41pm
Hello.. Im new to the community and am looking forward to talking with you. I am the Safety Coordinator for a metal building components manufacturer. I am also a Firefighter & state certified First Responder.
Comment by Maryleigh Preston-McClure on May 5, 2009 at 4:08pm
Jack: We have nice warm weather here in GA and they will relocate.
Comment by Maryleigh Preston-McClure on May 5, 2009 at 10:51am
Seeking a "fire" expert. Please send your resume should you be interested. maryleighp@ctrc.com

Fire Safety – OSHA – Automotive
Fire safety and prevention stands out in your background. OSHA implementation, audits and practical expertise related to fires in an automotive manufacturing facility is the focus. Incident investigation/problem solving, tool & equipment specification and security are all a blend of this role in GA. You will assist a Manager in the day to day safety processes.

Seeking three plus years and Certifications such as ASP Safety Fundamental, OSHTech, or National Safety Council (NSC). Competency in advanced CPR/first aid, hazmat, firemanship will be needed.

Investigate incidents and unsafe working conditions, compiling statistical data and providing remedial actions to achieve effective accident and loss prevention

Minimum Associate’s degree in safety, mechanical, or industrial engineering, or a related area,

Minimum of three (3) years safety related experience, preferably in the automotive industry, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Required NSC advanced safety certificate, OSHTech or ASP.

Salary plus overtime, relocation, benefits, 401K and a tremendous automotive product.

The firm expects all team members to display positive work ethics, have a strong desire to learn and succeed, and demonstrate a commitment to team work. Flexibility and a can-do attitude are also desirable. These values are demonstrated through such actions as excellent attendance and courtesy and respect for fellow team members. To be part of the team, it takes a strong desire and demonstrated commitment to work in a positive, challenging work environment.
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NFPA 30 Inside Storage Rooms

Can you have an inside storage room for flammable and combustible liquids that is greater than 500 square feet? Of course with an adequate fire suppression system, explosion-proof fixtures and…Continue

Started by Lukeav - Lanier Upshaw Mar 4, 2014.

Fire Stats 5 Replies

Where does everyone go for up-to-date workplace fire statistics - injuries, damage costs, etc.  Is there a particular site you like or do you just wait for National Safety Council's annual report?Continue

Started by Michelle Sears. Last reply by Kevin Moore Aug 14, 2012.

Fire Prevention Safety Manual 4 Replies

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…Continue

Started by Cory Zielke. Last reply by Kevin Moore Aug 14, 2012.

UL Fire Extinguisher Ratings for Dry Chemical Extinguishers 2 Replies

I have a question regarding UL testing procedures used to rate dry chemical extinguishers. What testing protocols does Underwriters Laboratory use to determine portable dry chemical extinguisher…Continue

Started by Paul Moore. Last reply by Paul Moore Apr 23, 2009.

Securing Cylinders 6 Replies

It is my understanding that when pressurized cylinders are placed or used on a cart having a bottom lip around the base where the cylinder sits, this lip qualifies as one of the two securing points.…Continue

Tags: Cylinders, Pressurized

Started by Sheryl Feldhans. Last reply by Randall Veatch Apr 23, 2009.

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