Introduction|Ignition Sources|Classes of Fire|Extinguishing Fires|Preventing Fires|Alarms & Evacuation|Review
Fire is a powerful tool allowing us to illuminate our surroundings, cook our food, and keep ourselves warm. However, fire can be destructive; even with modern firefighting techniques accidental fires are a leading cause of damage and death. Fires today can become even more dangerous when they consume furniture, computers, and other office equipment, as the materials these objects are made of can produce toxic fumes. Office fires can quickly turn into deadly blazes, rapidly consuming life and property in their wake. However, with the right knowledge, you can learn how to prevent these disasters from happening. This training lesson teaches workers to recognize hazards in order to prevent fires, while preparing them to safely respond to a fire in case of emergency.