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IGC-B1 Fire Safety

IGC-B1 Proper use of fire safety equipment in the facility

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Class A The classification of a fire that involves ordinary combustible materials such as wood, rags, paper and trash
Class B The classification of a fire that involves flammable liquids such as blanket wash, gasoline, oil and grease
Class C The classification of a fire that involves electrical or electronic equipment such as motors, switchboards, and electrical wiring
Class D The classification of a fire that involves combustible metals such as powdered aluminum and magnesium
Green What is the color symbol of a Class A fire on a fire extinguisher
Red What is the color symbol of a Class B fire on a fire extinguisher
Blue What is the color symbol of a Class C fire on a fire extinguisher
Yellow What is the color symbol of a Class D fire on a fire extinguisher
Foam What type of fire extinguisher liquid do you use for Class A or Class B fires
Carbon Dioxide (CO2) and Halon What type of fire extinguisher liquid do you use for Class B or Class C fires
Pressurized Water What type of fire extinguisher liquid do you use for Class A fires only
Dry Chemical What type of fire extinguisher liquid do you use for all Classes of fires
Created by: johnaugustine