Fire Safety Course
Task - To Achieve a successful Fire
Prevention program resulting in zero fire
losses through Command support,
training and adherence to this guide to
eliminate fire hazards on BAF
Condition – In a classroom environment
learn about Fire Safety
Standards- IAW AR 420-90, and BAF Fire
Proper Usage of Electrical
• Do not “Daisy Chain” your chords
• Don’t charge large electrical equipment on
• Use electrical adapter and power strips
labeled with UL and CE. If its not Correctly
Labeled DON’T use it.
• Cooking inside your room is a fire hazard
• IE. Hot plates, deep fryers, toasters, toaster
ovens, coffee makers etc.
Electrical Equipment Cont.
Don’t splice wires.
Don’t bridge fuses or circuit breakers
Tampering with circuit breakers, fuses or any
over current device is prohibited.
All non-essential electrical devices with be
turned off when leaving living areas.
Electrical will not be wrapped around
structural members or, placed under flooring,
run through walls or stretched across
walkways. No stapling
Spliced Wires gone bad
Perform 6 piece check
1. Check the hose
2. Check the Gauge
3. Check the safety pin
4. Check the date
5. Check the nozzle
6. Check the Handle
.Exchange Fire Extinguishers every 6 years
.Only UL Listed and Approved Fire extinguishers should
be purchased for Installation and use in DOD facilities.
.Unserviceable fire extinguishers will be turned in to the
Fire Extinguisher Maintenance Shop for a 1 for 1 exchange
Every 6 Months Check the Battery
Should have 1 Smoke Detector every 30 Feet
in large open areas in buildings. Along with
every Individual rooms and Sleeping Quarters
Smoke Detectors will be in accordance with UL
and CE standards properly Labeled as such
Battery operated Smoke Detectors are to be
tested Monthly by Fire Warden/ Building...