Subpart-F - OSHA Subpart F Fire Protection and Prevention...

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OSHA Subpart F Fire Protection and Prevention
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The Employer shall: Develop the fire protection program Provide fire fighting equipment Periodically inspect fire fighting equipment
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Firefighting Equipment Class “A” fire extinguishers: used for fires involving wood, paper, etc. Class “B” fire extinguishers: used for fires involving flammable or combustible liquids Class “C” fire extinguishers: used for fires involving electrical equipment
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Firefighting Equipment A fire extinguisher, not rated below 2A, provided for every 3,000 square feet of protected building area Travel distance to the nearest fire extinguisher shall never exceed 100 feet 55-gallon open drum of water with 2 pails can substitute for a 2A fire extinguisher
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Firefighting Equipment 1/2-inch garden-type hose, not over 100 feet long and equipped with a nozzle, may be substituted for a 2A-rated fire extinguisher provided it can deliver 5 gallons per minute with a minimum hose stream range of 30 feet
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Firefighting Equipment
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