Is there a fire extinguisher in your home or at your place of work? Do you know if it's a suitable fire extinguisher for the types of fire hazards potentially present? Do you know how to use the extinguisher properly?
Does your workplace have a fire evacuation plan? Is everyone familiar with that plan? If not, you are at risk if a fire breaks out.
Knowledge about fire prevention and containment is extremely important for your safety and for the safety of those around you. Even the most basic of fires spread dangerously fast meaning your choices need to be informed and decisive. The Saskatchewan Safety Council offers a variety of fire safety courses that accommodate the needs of home, office, and industrial.
We offer three fire-related training courses.
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- A Progressive Agriculture Safety Day
- Cade Sprackman Safety Day in Hudson Bay
- Get Defensive!
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- Making Safe Choices Even if you Fall in Snowbanks
- Interview with a Winner!
- Breaking the Ice with Winter Safety Tips
- Quick 3 Steps to Getting Fit!
- Senior Safety
- Spooky Safety Tips
- October=Distracted Driving Month
- Floor Warden! Fire Extinguishers!
- “Fall” into Safe Choices
- Early Safety Training
- Singular Source for All Things Safety Related in Saskatchewan
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- Learning to Ride
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- Safety Culture or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Safety
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- Online Agriculture Safety Training (OATS) adopted by Sun West School Division
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- In the Dark
- Taking Registrations
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