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  • You are responsible for fire prevention at work for your safety and that of your co-workers.
    The best way to prevent workplace fires is to;
    1. Be aware of potential fire hazards.
    2. Report hazardous situations to the supervisor.
    3. Know the location of fire extinguishers and other emergency equipment that is available to you.
    4. During an actual emergency, protect yourself. Do not get involved if it is not safe.

    * If you ever discover a fire, keep your cool but think fast and act with caution.
    * Size it up fast; knowing when to attempt extinguishing the fire yourself and when to call for help is essential.

  • What to do in case of Fire:

  • • Sound the alarm and evacuate the area. Call the emergency numbers you’ve been given, and give the details about the fire (location, how it started etc.). Never hesitate to call the fire department, even if the fire seems minor and you manage to put it out before firefighters arrive. The quicker the alarm is sounded; the sooner firefighters can attempt to get it under control. Have someone meet the firefighters to tell where the fire is. They can lose valuable minutes if they have to find it themselves.

  • • Warn anyone in the area so they can get to safety. This is especially important with indoor fires. Most people die from smoke, poisonous gases and panic (usually the result of not knowing what to do). If there is an escape plan - Follow It

  • • Most fires start small, but they can rage out of control in a few minutes. It is important to know where the fire extinguishers are located and how to operate them properly.

  • • Fight the fire only if you can do it safely. You are responsible for preventing fires, but not to put out major fires. In general, never battle the blaze unless the firefighters request your help.

  • Review your company’s fire safety procedures often so you’ll know what to do. Act with caution - Sound the alarm - Warn others in the area - Evacuate and stay back unless you’re asked to help. In case of fire, being informed and prepared can keep you and your co-workers safe from injury

  • Now we have some Questions for all of you !

  • Where are our Fire Extinguishers Located ?

  • Where is the Evacuation Meeting Point ?

  • Does anyone have any questions about Fire Safety ?

New Safety Issues Raised

  • Are there any new safety issues to report or discuss?

  • Add new safety issues arising from this meeting

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  • Add an Action to this item if this item requires further follow up.

  • Who raised this issue?

General Business

  • Is there any general business to be discussed?

  • Record any other comments or general business arising from this meeting

  • Please remember that you need to report any near misses or incidents to the RJA Site Foreman.

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  • Each present team member to sign name and signature acknowledging attendance at this meeting

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