5 Quick Fire Safety Tips
On today’s Podcast – we’re going to be covering 5 Quick Fire Safety Tips. So stay tuned…
Welcome to Warehouse Safety Tips!
If you’re a seasoned Podcast Listener – this podcast is going to be different from most you listen to. It’s based around exactly what the name implies – Warehouse Safety Tips. And since the people in that industry are busy – we know time is money, so each episode will be as short and to the point as possible.
And now that all that is out of the way – let’s get to the Podcast!
Even though the main message of our Podcast centers around Warehouse Safety – and similar locations – today’s topic is fitting for almost anywhere.
That topic is Fire Safety.
We hope you never have to deal with an actual fire at your location – but want you to always be prepared.
That preparation comes in two forms – one in prevention and two in knowing what to do should prevention fail.
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Now back to the Podcast…
- Have a plan in place for Fire Safety and Evacuation – and a person and/or team in charge of keeping it updated.
- Assure you have all the required and needed Signs and Floor Markings – for indicating Fire | Safety | First Aid Equipment / Areas, exits, paths to exits – such as regular or glowing tape, and/or any Fire Safety and Evacuation Info.
- Do regular Fire Drills and assure everyone at your facility is knowledgeable about your Fire Safety and Evacuation Plans. This includes but isn’t limited to – assuring your Fire Alarms, extinguishers, sprinklers, and other equipment are in working condition.
- Make sure you keep your facility as free of Fire Potential Situations as possible. Avoid excess clutter, garbage, and/or any flammable material (Solid, liquid, or gases) handling. This also includes ensuring all areas are as free and clear as possible – in the event of an evacuation.
- Keep safety top of mind. And if you see something – say something!
Thank you for listening to Warehouse Safety Tips – and have a SAFE day!
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