fire safety

fire safety

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
Prevention Guide

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.

Daisy Chain

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

Smoke Detectors
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...

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