Associated Fire Protection Fire Extinguisher Training:
- OSHA Compliant
- Expert Instruction
- Interactive Education
- Certification Provided
- Large Group Discounts
- On-Site Training
Associated Fire Protection provides OSHA required
fire extinguisher training.* Our expert instructors will come to your facility and perform the training onsite, providing the reassurance that your employees will be properly prepared to use fire extinguishers. This will make your facility a safer place to work, provide protection for your valuable property and avoid costly downtime. Expert Instruction:
Our instructors will describe the different types of fires, the fire extinguishers available to fight them, and what actions to take before approaching a fire. Interactive Education:
Our instructors will educate your staff on the proper way to put out a fire using an extinguisher. Each employee will have the opportunity to use a fire extinguisher on a live or simulated fire. ** After the demonstration, our instructor will advise you how to set up an action plan for employees to use in case of a fire.
Upon completion of the program, you will receive a Certificate of Training indicating that your company has complied with OSHA regulations. Cost:
Cost estimate is based on size of group and type of training, indoor or outdoor. Large group discounts are available. Contact Associated Fire Protection at 973-684-7250 for a price quote. On-Site Training
: AFP instructors will come to your facility and work around your schedules providing you with greater flexibility. *OSHA Regulations: 1910.157(g)(1) Where the employer has provided portable fire extinguishers for employee use in the workplace, the employer shall also provide an educational program to familiarize employees with the general principles of fire extinguisher use and the hazards involved with incipient stage fire fighting. 1910.157(g)(2) The employer shall provide the education required in paragraph (g)(1) of this section upon initial employment and at least annually thereafter. ** Customers with outdoor facilities suited for live fire training sessions must call their local fire department to determine their requirements for an open fire. If permits are required, the customer must obtain them. Customers with outdoor facilities not suited for live fire training may opt for the indoor educational session which includes a video presentation and hands on training with an inactive fire extinguisher on a simulated fire.