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Fire Watcher

This course covers OSHA's guidelines for fires and fire protection measures. We'll discuss how careful planning and precautionary measures can save lives and property. 

You'll learn to identify different types of fires and fire extinguishers. We'll discuss fire protection systems, how to diagnose evacuation plans, and how to prepare for emergencies. You'll learn about common fire-related injuries and their immediate remedies. 

  • Introduction to fire safety: including the different types of fires, fire hazards, and the importance of fire prevention.
  • Fire prevention measures: including good housekeeping practices, safe storage of materials, and the proper use of equipment.
  • Fire response and emergency procedures: including evacuation plans, alarm systems, and the proper use of fire extinguishers.
  • Understanding the nature of fires: including the different stages of a fire, how fires spread, and the behavior of smoke.
  • Risk assessment: including identifying fire hazards, assessing the level of risk, and implementing controls to minimize risk.
  • Fire watch duties: including the role of the fire watcher, fire watch procedures, and communication during a fire emergency.
  • Fire safety regulations and standards: including relevant local, national, and international regulations and standards related to fire safety.
  • Personal protective equipment (PPE) for fire watchers: including the different types of PPE that may be required and how to use them safely.
  • Fire safety drills and exercises: including planning and conducting fire drills, debriefing after a drill, and continuous improvement of fire safety procedures.

  • Fire wardens: These are individuals who are responsible for overseeing fire safety in a building or facility, ensuring that all fire safety procedures are being followed, and taking action in the event of a fire emergency.
  • Security personnel: Security staff are often responsible for monitoring a facility and responding to emergencies, including fires.
  • Maintenance and facilities staff: These individuals may be responsible for identifying and addressing fire hazards in a building or facility, and ensuring that fire prevention measures are in place.
  • Production or manufacturing personnel: These individuals may be responsible for operating equipment or machinery that poses a fire hazard, and need to be trained in fire safety to prevent fires from occurring.
  • Other employees: All employees in a workplace or industrial setting should have some level of training in fire safety and be aware of the fire emergency procedures.

It's worth noting that the specific audience for a Fire Watcher course may vary depending on the industry, the size of the facility, and other factors.

Oshas Fire Watcher course can provide several benefits to both individuals and organizations in terms of preventing and responding to fires in a workplace or industrial setting. Some potential benefits include:

  • Increased fire safety awareness: A Fire Watcher course can help to raise awareness of fire hazards and fire prevention measures among employees and other stakeholders.
  • Improved fire prevention practices: By understanding fire hazards and how to prevent them, individuals who have completed a Fire Watcher course can help to reduce the risk of fires occurring in a workplace or industrial setting.
  • Enhanced emergency response skills: A Fire Watcher course can equip individuals with the knowledge and skills they need to respond effectively to a fire emergency, including evacuating the area safely and using fire extinguishers appropriately.
  • Compliance with regulations and standards: Many industries have specific regulations and standards related to fire safety, and completing a Fire Watcher course can help organizations to ensure compliance with these requirements.
  • Reduced risk of property damage and business interruption: By preventing fires or responding effectively to fire emergencies, organizations can reduce the risk of property damage and business interruption caused by fires.
  • Protection of employees and other stakeholders: By promoting fire safety and preparing for fire emergencies, organizations can protect the health and safety of their employees, customers, and other stakeholders.

Learners can take the course test after studying the course material and passing the module quizzes. The purpose of the course exam is to gauge how well the students have understood the topic. Multiple-choice questions drawn from our sizable question library make up course exams.


Time allowed is 2 hours and exam will be open book.

To pass the test, you must receive a minimum score of 65%.

You can repeat the exam if you don't pass the first time.

Exams can only be taken three (3) times in a 48-hour period by students.

Students must wait 48 hours before taking the test again after their third try. Students should reread the course material to increase their understanding during this period.

You cannot repeat the test to get a better score if you pass.

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