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Each year, serious fires take place at construction sites, work zones, and building refurbishment sites, causing severe injuries and material damages. Jobs sites that have large quantities of dry timber and ones that contain flammable materials, like insulation and adhesives, are especially prone to fires. Fortunately, most construction fires can be prevented by taking the following precautions.

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  • Reduce the amount of combustible material until needed
  • Use fewer flammable materials
  • Keep job sites free of trash and unnecessary clutter
  • Use flame retardant materials for coverings and sheeting
  • Use caution with tanks, which can ignite flammable residue or ignite gas
  • Ban smoking at the job site
  • Ensure that electrical installations are properly maintained

The OSHA-Compliant Fire Prevention for Construction Course

Our Fire Prevention for Construction course meets OSHA standards and will train you how to identify fire safety risks and take these precautions. It contains essential information for construction workers, managers, foremen, and superintendents. These are some of the topics that you'll learn about in depth during our one-hour online course:

  • OSHA fire detection and protection requirements
  • Job site hazards
  • Fire watch
  • Chemical storage
  • Response equipment
  • Emergency response plans

It's important to remember that fires can start at any time, and at any type of construction site. Prepare yourself with this vital fire safety knowledge so that you can plan an effective response in case of emergency and minimize your risk of fire-related injuries and costly damage to your materials and equipment.

Completion of this 1-hour certificate program will provide students with an official Certificate of Completion.

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