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1 EditablePowerPoint Slides for Lecturers By Phil Hughes MBE and Ed Ferrett By Phil Hughes MBE and Ed Ferrett

2 Health & Safety Foundations C hapter 13

3 After reading this chapter, you should be able to: 1.identify fire principles and hazards and evaluate main fire risks in a workplace 2.explain the basic principles of fire prevention and the prevention of fire spread in buildings 3.identify the appropriate fire alarm system and fire- fighting equipment for a simple workplace 4.outline the requirements for an adequate and properly maintained means of escape for a simple workplace 5.outline the factors which should be considered when implementing a successful evacuation of a workplace in the event of a fire Health & Safety Foundations

4 Figure 13.1 Fire hazards and control

5 Figure 13.2 Average number of fire deaths per 100 fires

6 Figure 13.3 Costs of fire for 14 countries (average for )

7 Figure 13.4 Fire triangle

8 Figure 13.5 Principles of heat transmission

9 Figure 13.6 Fire and Smoke spread in buildings

10 Figure 13.7 Causes of Fire 2005 UK

11 Figure 13.8 Accidental Fires Souces of ignition 2005 UK

12 Figure 13.9 Distribution of Fires by origin

13 Figure European smoke-free sign

14 Figure 13.11(a) Before fire risk assessment

15 Figure 13.11(b) After fire risk assessment

16 Figure Various storage arrangements for highly flammable liquids Steel cabinet for small quantities of flammable liquids Dedicated flammable liquid store Fire proof cabinet to hold one or two drums

17 Figure Typical fire point in offices with extinguishers, fire notice and break-glass call point

18 Figure Means of escape exit sign

19 Figure Steel structures can collapse in the heat of a fire

20 Figure Marking layout for an extinguisher under ISO 7165:2009

21 Figure Use code and symbols for extinguishers under ISO 7165:2009 Class F: Cooking oil fires Fire involving energized electrical conductors Class D: Combustible metal fires Class C: Gas and vapour fires Class B: Flammable liquid fires Class A: Ordinary solid material fires

22 Figure Various fire fighting equipment Water hose reel Water extinguisher

23 The latest Global Hazard Sign for flammable substances

24 Fire risk assessment check list

25 Fire risk assessment check list continued Fire risk assessment check list continued

26 Fire Risk Assessment Record

27 Typical Fire Notice


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