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Establishing a fire safety plan is an important part of any safety and health program.

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A good fire safety plan covers portable fire extinguishers and their locations, sprinkler heads, escape routes, smoke detectors and smoke alarms, electrical cords and other common hazards, emergency exits, alarm inspections and more.

Everyone at the facility should be briefed on basic fire safety issues, not only to prepare for random jobsite inspections, but also, for their own health and well being. Train employees using the Fire Safety Checklist mobile app as a guide, so that they will know the right steps to take in case of an emergency.

Incorporate the Fire Safety Checklist mobile app into your safety and health program today. In the long run, it will be worth the few hours of fire safety training to ensure that everyone knows the protocol if there is a fire in the building.

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