Fire risk varies depending on which phase of the project you are in. A prevention plan that accurately reflects the status of a project can significantly reduce the risk of financial loss, structural damage, injuries, and even death. The number of fire related injuries and death decreased significantly over the years due to agencies like OSHA and the NFPA establishing safety guidelines. Implementing a fire prevention plan can not only improve the safety environment of workers, but it also improves the safety of the public as well.
Here are 8 Fire Safety Tips for the jobsite:
7 Most common Ways Fires start on the jobsite:
Unfortunately we can’t prevent every fire related incident, but we can make a difference by simply making a routine of best practices on the jobsite. For more information on fire retardant products, or recommendations for your specific project, please feel free to contact us at 760-388-6294.