Category: Fire Safety


T041 - Bar-B-Q Hal

Hapless Hal humorously looks at how to enjoy a safe back yard barbecue.

Tone: Humorous / Language: English, Spanish

Key Training Points: children - proper materials - use of lighter fluid - extinguishing the fire

 

T150 - Fire Escape - Getting Out Alive

The best way to survive a fire is to have a fire escape plan. Plan ahead, so you can get out of a fire alive.

Tone: Drama / Language: English, Spanish

Key Training Points: assigned duties - emergency planning - smoke inhalation - doors - being trapped

 

T151 - Static Electricity

Static electricity can be a real problem. Solid tips on how to reduce the incidence of static electricity sparks and their resultant damage are given.

Tone: Actuality / Language: English

Key Training Points: source of ignition - causes - prevention

 


T160 - Egress / Exit Safety

What if your building has emergency exits, but you can't escape disaster because you can't exit safely? Obstructions, exit doors, and how to exit safely are covered.

Tone: Drama / Language: English, Spanish / Caption: Open

Key Training Points: clear paths - locations - blocked exit - awareness

 

T167 - Fire Prevention

By means of a horror film format, you learn that by taking a few simple precautions, and keeping your eyes open for "fires waiting to happen" can help insure that you never have to face the terror of a fire at work.

Tone: Drama / Language: English

Key Training Points: flammable storage - smoke inhalation - smoke detectors - sources of heat

 

T175 - Stay Low, Stay Alive - Smoke Inhalation

In most fires, smoke and toxic gases are the real killers. Smoke is an angry, vengeful menace who demands respect, or it will kill.

Tone: Drama / Language: English

Key Training Points: evacuation - smoke inhalation

 


T215 - Hot Work Permit

The hazards of hot work are shown, as are the steps for reducing the possibility of accidental fires and explosions. Personal protection equipment and emergency equipment are discussed.

Tone: Actuality / Language: English, Spanish / Caption: Open

Key Training Points: what - where - and when - fire watch duties

 

T228 - Space Heaters

A retiring fireman looks back on his firefighting days and the hazards of portable space heaters.

Tone: Drama / Language: English

Key Training Points: correct use - incorrect use

 

T248 - Office Safety - Preventing Office Fires

Many office fires can be prevented. The basis of a good fire prevention program is to control the amount of flammables and combustibles and eliminate possible sources of ignition.

Tone: Actuality / Language: English

Key Training Points: fire hazards - ignition - electrical hazards

 

T249 - Office Safety - Fire Plan

What happens, or doesn't happen, in the first few minutes of a fire may determine whether the fire can be controlled and whether you can escape without injury.

Tone: Drama / Language: English

Key Training Points: fire losses - planning essentials - preventing fire deaths - insufficient motivation - improper action - escape routes


T350 Fire Extinguishers - Classification

When used properly, a portable fire extinguisher can save lives and property. However, if you use the wrong type of extinguisher, you can make the fire worse and endanger yourself. Read labels to determine safe and proper use before attempting to extinguish a fire.

Tone: Drama / Language: English

Key training points: Fire extinguisher ratings - Multi-class ratings - Extinguishing agents


T351 Fire Extinguishers - Safe Use

Fire extinguishers, when used properly, can help minimize personal and property damage if a fire occurs. However, fighting fires can be dangerous. Know when and how to use a fire extinguisher so that you donšt endanger yourself or others or make the fire worse.

Tone: Drama / Language: English

Key training points: Types of fire extinguishers - Potential risks - P.A.S.S. technique - Maintenance


T353 Working around Flammables and Combustibles: Hazards

Flammable and combustible materials, used widely in many workplaces, can cause fires and explosions or adverse health affects from overexposure. The first step to safety is to know what kind of material you are working with and the hazards associated with it.

Tone: Actuality / Language: English

Key training points: Types of flammables and combustibles - Health hazards - Fire and explosion hazards - Labels/MSDS's


T354 Working Around Flammables and Combustibles: Safe Handling and Use

Careless mistakes and safety shortcuts can lead to serious problems when working around flammable and combustible materials. To ensure safety, it's critical to follow basic safety principles.

Tone: Actuality / Language: English

Safe working environments - Personal protective equipment - Physical & health hazards Storage and disposal - Emergency action: chemical spills and fires