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Jul 29th 8:00 am - 1:30 pm

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Current legislation clearly stipulates that the employer has the responsibility of training designated staff members in the operation of plant extinguishers as part of the Emergency Evacuation Plan.  What if one of your employees was confronted with a small fire?  Would he or she know what to do?  More importantly, would he or she know their limitations? “Only one in ten employees, in the United States, has ever been trained in the proper use of an extinguisher, NFPA”

Topics to include but no limited to:

  • Overview of the Chemistry of Fire – A brief look at the Rhode Island Night Club Fire
  • What is a fire and how does it originate?
  • How are fires classified – What are A, B, C, and D Fires
  • How are extinguishers rated? What are the different makes/models of extinguishers available for a responder?
  • How does heat conduct itself throughout a facility?
  • When is the fire too large for my extinguisher? Lets talk about limitations
  • Workplace fire prevention tips – an ounce of prevention equals a pound of cure
  • How to operate common extinguishers – The PASS acronym
  • Practical hands on demonstration for participants.


  • 1.5-2 hours in length (timing depends on the number of participants) – includes theory/practical.
  • Participant manuals, wallet cards and certificates of achievement are included.


  • Responsible for providing fire extinguishers.
  • Extinguishers will be provided upon request, with a refill cost of $20 per extinguisher used.            

Training Dates:


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