We’ve discussed the dust explosion pentagon, which explains the five components needed for a combustible dust explosion, before. Today we’re going to discuss a diagram that is simpler, but no less important for people to understand: the fire triangle. The fire triangle is made up of the three components necessary for a fire to start: … Read moreFire Extinguishers – Do You Know How (and When) to Use Them?
It’s that time of year again where we dust off the big tupperware full of holiday decorations and try to passionately out decorate our neighbors with brighter lights and more plastic reindeer than one should ever own. Unfortunately, the joy of holiday decorating also comes with a bit of danger and the numbers are continuing … Read moreHoliday Decorating Injuries On The Rise
For many families across America, Thanksgiving dinner is the most important meal of the year. You have family and friends over that you may or may not see throughout the rest of the year with the hope that you put out the best meal they’ve had since last year. However, as the chaos and football … Read moreThanksgiving Day Safety Tips
A successful safety program in the workplace takes a collaborate effort among everyone. Fire safety, is no different. Although workplace fire incidents remain relatively low, incidents like the April explosion at a fertilizer plant in West, Texas, remind us of the importance fire safety and training are to the workplace. The mystery behind the West, … Read moreFire Safety