Fire Prevention in California

    Fire Prevention in California

    Course Overview

    This intermediate California-specific Fire Prevention online safety course focuses on job site fire prevention. This training course will familiarize you with methods for recognizing construction-related fire hazards. In addition, this California Fire Prevention course covers how to plan an emergency response, as well as the equipment necessary to protect life, the environment and property.

    Intended Audience

    This California Fire Prevention online training is designed for construction workers and managers in California who are responsible for the safety of the workplace according to Cal/OSHA and Federal OSHA Standards:

    • Construction Managers in California
    • Construction Supervisors in California
    • Construction Employees in California

    Learning Objectives

    This online course will discuss the common fire hazards associated with construction-related projects, as well as the importance of fire control equipment and fire control strategies. This California Fire Prevention course presents important information about the devastation of job site fires, while also presenting you with case studies and questions. The techniques offered in this training will help prepare you for fire hazard recognition, evaluation and control.

    Course Topics

    • Overview of California Fire Prevention
    • Introduction to Cal/OSHA Fire Prevention Standards
    • Jobsite Fire Prevention
    • Jobsite Hazards and Controls
    • More Jobsite Hazards and Controls
    • Emergency Response Plan
    • Response Equipment
    • Fire Prevention
    • More Jobsite Hazards and Controls
    • Emergency Response Plan
    • Response Equipment

    INDUSTRY TERMS

    • MSDS
    • PFE (Portable Fire Extinguisher)
    • Cal/OSHA

    Features and Benefits

    ClickSafety’s California Fire Prevention online course offers information on job site fire prevention, fire hazards and controls, an emergency response plan and response equipment. By taking this course and completing it successfully, you will:

    • Understand how to read labels and MSDS’s to reduce jobsite hazards
    • Invite response agencies to visit the jobsite to help identify hazards
    • Take steps to recognize and eliminate fire hazards
    • Pre-plan emergency response actions
    • Know the location of response equipment and how to use it properly

    2185 N. California Blvd, Suite 425, Walnut Creek, CA 94596
    Call: 800.971.1080