Author: flameifsm

Scaffold must be sound, rigid and sufficient to carry its own weight plus four times the maximum intended load without settling or displacement. It must be erected on solid footing.... Read More

When batteries are being charged, explosive gases are produced. Heat and sparks can ignite these gases causing a fire or explosion. All smoking, open flames, and spark producing items such... Read More

Lead acid batteries can cause serious injury if not handled correctly. Gases released when batteries are charging – hydrogen (very flammable and easily ignited) and oxygen (supports combustion) – can... Read More

Battery powered equipment is commonplace in industry today. However, batteries present hazards that can cause serious injury or death to workers. Batteries are safe, but caution is necessary when touching... Read More

Training is the backbone of a fire department. lt produces a well-prepared force that through repetition increases the speed of an operation and enhances proper execution while reducing injuries. A... Read More

Common safety equipment in many workplaces includes gloves, helmets, goggles, safety boots, hearing protectors, respirators and high-visibility clothing. They should also be aware of why they use the equipment, when... Read More

This course includes classroom teaching and hands-on training, recruits study fire-fighting and fire-prevention methods, narrow building codes, and emergency medical techniques. They also study how to fight fires with normal equipment,... Read More

Common Causes of Fires & Ways to Prevent Them

Don’t leave food cooking unattended. Pay special attention to hot grease or oil. Always supervise children. Keep a fire extinguisher nearby, and make sure it shows “A, B, C.” Never... Read More

List of Fire Safety Course at Flameifsm

Select appropriate PPE for all employees. You must ensure your employees wear appropriate foot, head and eye protection, along with any other PPE you have identified in your risk assessment.... Read More

FIRE SAFETY TIPS – Flameifsm Vasai

Working smoke alarms reduce the chances of dying in a fire by nearly 50 percent. They are a critical first step for staying safe, but in order to be effective,... Read More