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Ch 5

R.A.C.E.R Rescue, alarm, confine, Extinguish or evacuate, relocate.
P.A.S.S Pull, aim, squeeze, sweep
Class A fire extinguisher ( water) is used on Paper, wood, textiles, plastics
Class B fire extinguisher (dry powder, CO2 ) is used on Oil, gas, kerosene, paint
Class C fire extinguisher (dry powder,CO2)is used on Live electrical equipment
Class D fire extinguisher ( dry powder, CO2) is used on Metal fires
Hazardous material label for Fire is Red
I hazard material label for instability is Yellow
I hazardous material label for hazard is White
Hazardous material label for Health is Blue
Each employershall furnish a place of employment which is free from recognized hazards that are causing or likely to cause of death or serious physical harm to his employees is General duty clause
Three common causes of major injury in the Slips, trips, and falls
Three sources need to start a fire are Air or Oxygen, heat or ignition, and fuel
MSDS Material safety data sheet
Created by: Georgia1984