Every business, small or large, has the risk of fire. The Fire Prevention Program is written to OSHA 1910.39, and provides the template for your company fire prevention plan.
This program can be downloaded immediately. It is provided in Microsoft Word®, and it can be edited and customized.
Fire Prevention Policy Topics
- Purpose, Background, and Program Responsibilities
- Plan Implementation
- Housekeeping and Maintenance
- Electrical Fire Hazards
- Portable Heaters
- Office Fire Hazards
- Cutting, Welding, and Open Flame Work
- Flammable and Combustible Materials
- Training Requirements
- Program Review
Looking for fire prevention training materials? Check out the Fire Prevention Compliance Kit. It contains this policy, as well as all the training materials and forms your business needs.