2016 Written Fire Prevention
Event Date: October 14, 2016
The purpose of a fire prevention plan is to prevent a fire from occurring in a workplace. It describes the fuel sources on site that could initiate or contribute to the spread of a fire in addition to the building systems in place to control the ignition or spread of a fire.
Join Safety Management Services Company to discuss fire prevention requirements and to assure a safe work environment during welding, cutting, and hot work operations and how to comply with OSHA standard 1910.39.
- Learn how to establish a written OSHA compliant policy
- Review contractor safety requirements
- Identify employee training requirements
- Understand the definition of hot work and appropriate use of hot work permits
Who should participate?
Owners, CEOs, COOs, Vice Presidents, and Operations and Human Resources Managers
Date: Friday, October 14, 2016 – Completed
Time: 11AM – Noon CST
Presenter: Tom Himan
Miss the webinar?
An on-demand recording and copy of this webinar are available in the Cottingham & Butler Risk Management Center