|VHS English Version Product Number: V000032VEM
DVD English Version Product Number: V0000329EM
VHS Spanish Version Product Number: V000032VSM
DVD Spanish Version Product Number: V0000329SM
List Price: $129.00
Classification: General Safety & Health
Length of Video(in Minutes): 13
Year Produced: 2003
Publisher: MARCOM Group Ltd., The
Description: MARCOM's "Fire Prevention & Safety in the Office " Videotape Program looks at what causes workplace fires, and what can be done to prevent them. Every year office fires cause millions of dollars in damage and result in hundreds of injuries. Fire Prevention in the Office looks at fires in the office and helps employees understand what to do in this type of emergency. The course includes information on
- Common causes of fires
- Importance of good housekeeping
- Classes of fires
- ...and more.
The Videotape Program comes with a comprehensive Leader's Guide, reproducible Scheduling & Attendance Form, Employee Quiz, Training Certificate and Training Log.
Fire Safety Video for Offices Excerpt:
Since the dawn on man fire has been a powerful tool,allowing us to cook food, keep warm, and illuminate our surroundings. Butthroughout our history fire has also been a devastating destroyer. Even withmodern fire fighting techniques, accidental fires are still a leading cause ofdestruction, disability, and death. And todays fires are more dangerous thanever, because when a blaze consumes furniture, carpets, and office equipmentthe materials they are made of can create toxic infernos that spread quickly,and kill instantly. The best way to fight a fire is to prevent it, but firstyou must know what causes things to burn. All fires involve three elements:heat, fuel, and oxygen. Removing any of these will stop a fire. Lets look ateach of them in greater detail. Fires start with heat which serves as a sourceof ignition. Heat can be generated by many things including open flames, faultyelectrical circuits, overheated equipment, and unshielded hot surfaces. Once afire is burning it produces more heat, and grows even larger. As long as thereis enough fuel and oxygen a fire will continue to spread.