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Don't know how to use a Fire Extinguisher? OSHA Online Center's Fire Extinguisher training will guide you on how to use fire extinguishers accurately. Every employee and employer must learn the proper use of Fire Extinguishers. The certification of this course will educate you on the essentials of Fire Extinguisher safety, six inspection techniques, and five different fire classifications.

Additionally, workers will learn to meet OSHA regulations by checking and documenting the portable Fire Extinguishers utilized on any worksite. The primary goal of this Fire Extinguisher OSHA safety training program is to educate every worker and employer on how to reduce the risk of explosions and sudden workplace fires. Enroll now in OSHAOnlineCenter and complete your safety training at lowest prices possible. 

Note: This course will expire in 6 months, starting from the time you purchase the course


How to use a Fire Extinguisher?

PASS stands for Pull, Aim, Squeeze, and Sweep, and this abbreviation helps you in the usage of Fire Extinguisher in spontaneous fire hazard situation: 

  1. Pull the pin
  2. Aim at the base of the fire.
  3. Squeeze the top handle or lever.
  4. Sweep from side to side.
What do the symbols on a Fire Extinguisher indicate?

The labels A, B, C, or D are used to identify the kind of fire that a Fire Extinguisher should extinguish:

  1. Class A: Ordinary combustibles
  2. Class B: Flammable or combustible liquids & gases
  3. Class C: Energized electrical equipment 
  4. Class D: Combustible metals
How to dispose of a Fire Extinguisher?

3 most safest methods to dispose a Fire Extinguisher are: 

  1. When it's empty you can easily recycle it 
  2. Giving it to the fire department when it's empty 
  3. You can also give it to an authorized disposal facility
What is in a Fire Extinguisher?

A Fire Extinguisher has carbon dioxide, dry chemical, and foam water to instantly beat any fire hazard.

Where to recharge the Fire Extinguisher?

You can recharge your Fire Extinguisher from an authorized fire protection company or fire equipment dealer.

How long does a Fire Extinguisher last?

10-12 years is the life expectancy of a Fire Extinguisher.

Who invented the Fire Extinguisher?

Ambrose Godfrey and George William Manby are the inventors of Fire Extinguishers.

Do I need to come to the training venue?

For your ease, our training courses are entirely online and OSHA-approved. In addition, OSHA Online Center allows you to easily complete OSHA safety training at home and at your own pace within 6 months after purchasing the course.

How to clean up Fire Extinguisher powder?

Listed down below are 3 ways of cleaning Fire Extinguisher powder: 

  1. Sweep or vacuum up any loose debris
  2. Spray isopropyl alcohol diluted with warm water at 50% to remove stuck-on residue
  3. Apply a solution of 98% hot water and 2% vinegar to the area to neutralize any sodium bicarbonate and potassium bicarbonate residue

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