Fire and Life Safety
Note: We recommend that you consider appointing a specific person to communicate fire safety issues to all employees within your company. If you choose to assign a fire safety coordinator we recommend you choose and individual who does not travel or is not out of the office frequently. We also recommend a backup coordinator. In the following instructions, we will refer to the designated person as the “Fire Safety Coordinator”.
Fire prevention is an organized plan to protect the safety of personnel and reduce property loss. The best time to stop a fire is before it starts, and looking for and removing potential fire hazards can be the best to do this. Fire hazards are anything that can start a fire, or cause fire to spread.