FIRE CLASSIFICATION Fires involving the ordinary combustible materials such as wood cloth paper plastics etc. Fires involving combustible or flammable liquids such as gasoline kerosene oils grease paints and chemicals. Fires involving energized electrical equipment such as appliances including computers microwave ovens TV’s copiers fax machines etc. Fires involving combustible metals such as magnesium sodium and lithium Know Your Exits Know your exits and where they lead to. You can evacuate horizontally into another building or vertically down the stairs. Have a meeting place for members of your department so that a headcount or roll call can be taken. Report to Public Safety Fire Safety or the FDNY any unaccounted workers. NEVER stations. Manual pull staThey are mounted on walls tions are strategically located throughout the Uniin corridors or by exit doors in versity. Usually located by each exit stair way. laboratories and offices. T To activate pull the handle all the way down and hese extinguishers will handle release. This will activate the building alarm most types of fires you would sounding a coded signal for that pull station and encounter at Columbia Universending a signal to the New York City Fire Desity - Class A Class B and Class C fires partment for a response. Coded fire alarm charts are found next to each pull station. Fire Safety! Fire Extinguishers! Fire Alarm [...]
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