Fire Protection and Prevention (1 Hour)
OSHA requires that all places of employment have fire prevention programs in place. When employees are trained in responding to a fire they can save lives and company property. This course covers all OSHA regulation. The topics covered are as follows: fire protection, fire prevention, list of safe work practices, reporting and extinguishing a fire, flammable and combustible liquid storage, handling flammable gases and combustible liquids, and fire extinguishers. After completing all of the required sections, you will be able to immediately print your nationall accepted certificate of completion. This certificate is valid for one year. @HomePrep is a National Leader in online education. With over 100,000 satisfied students and a course catalog of over 1,000 classes, we are here to help you – Invest in Yourself.
Requirements and Certification Overview
Fire can cause injuries, fatalities, and extensive company loss. OSHA requires all workplaces to follow fire protection procedures, varying on the industry and what types of flammable materials are present. Our online training will help you stay compliant and avoid fines. The course is fully online, easy to take, and self-paced.
Our online Fire Protection program is one of the fastest and easiest ways to complete your required training. After completing all of the required sections, you will be able to immediately print your Nationally Accepted certificate of completion. The certificate is valid for 1 year. For an additional fee, we can mail your certificate to you and include a pocket card.
OSHA requires that all places of employment have fire prevention programs in place. Having employees trained in responding to a fire can save lives and company property. Fire Protection covers all OSHA regulations.
Who Should Take This Course
Our training meets OSHA standards. It’s important to check with your employer for any additional safety requirements. It’s important to keep a copy of your course completion certificate for your own records.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires employers to implement fire protection and prevention programs in the workplace. This course covers a list of fire safety work practices addressing many fire hazards found in the workplace, including field operations and shop activities.
Our course covers topics including:
- Fire Protection
- Fire Prevention
- List of Safe Work Practices
- Reporting and Extinguishing a Fire
- Flammable and Combustible Liquid Storage
- Handling Flammable Gases and Combustible Liquids
- Fire Extinguishers