Fires are devastating forces of nature. Though the Northwestern forest wildfires demonstrate what can happen if they go completely untamed, they are just as deadly and dangerous in workplace environments. This is why everyone should know how to handle a fire extinguisher, either in its full or portable size. Fighting Fires Fire extinguishers come in …Read More about "Fire Safety 101: Why It’s Important To Know How To Use Fire Extinguishers"
Fire watch training in Portland, Oregon is taught by Code 3 Training using experienced instructors who have actual career firefighting experience. Choose Code 3 Training for your next Fire Watch class and discover the difference that experience makes. Code 3 Training comes to you at a time that is flexible and convenient for your industrial …Read More about "Fire Watch Training in Portland, Oregon"
Code 3 Training offers Fire Extinguisher Training in Vancouver, Washington. We offer companies engaging on-site training by experienced fire professionals at a time convenient for your employees. Washington Labor and Industries requires all new employees to receive fire extinguisher training in the use of fire extinguishers for incipient (small) fires. Additionally, employees are required to …Read More about "Fire Extinguisher Training"
Prevent a Fire in Your Home Code 3 Training would like you to be prepared in the event of a fire in your home. We want you to prevent a fire in your home by taking a few easy steps. Here are some important things to consider as we approach the winter season: 1. Insure …Read More about "Prevent a fire in your home"
Smoke Alarms: last line of defense We are closing in on the winter season and unfortunately with colder temperatures, the chances of fire occurring in our homes increases. Smoke alarms are our last line of defense because they can pick up the odor of burning materials when we are sleeping. Our noses fall asleep when we do, …Read More about "Smoke Alarms: Last Line of Defense"