Ch-8; Report Structure the Shorter Form.pptx

That the safety supervisor conduct training sessions

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That the Safety Supervisor conduct training sessions for each fire brigade until it is thoroughly trained. 2. That monthly practice runs be scheduled for all fire brigades. 3. That an alarm bell be placed outside the Shift Maintenance office in Building 135. Illustration of an Email Report, (1 of 3) Jeff T. Koontz Quality of Plant Fire Protection
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4. That four standard fire extinguishers be placed in Building 135. 5. That the entire plant be inspected to determine the adequacy of fire extinguishers. Purpose of investigation . These recommendations are based on information gathered from my investigation following the fire in the Calcination Department, Building 133, last July 14. As you will recall, you asked me to look into the quality of our fire protection. Following are my findings. Training deficiency of fire brigade. Although they worked hard to put out the fire, the fire brigade was not effective. It was obvious to all present at the scene (including brigade members) that the brigade had not been trained properly. Brigade members had difficulty working the pump and generally did not perform as a coordinated unit. Illustration of an Email Report, Direct Order (2 of 3)
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Inadequacy of alarm system. The plant alarm was not heard in Building 135 (the fire brigade work area). A telephone call was needed to alert brigade members.
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  • Fall '18
  • Alarms, Fire protection, Brigade

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