Date: Thu, 2 Aug 2007 12:02:36 -0400
Reply-To: "Lazarski, Peter M." <Peter.Lazarski**At_Symbol_Here**US.NGRID.COM>
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From: "Lazarski, Peter M." <Peter.Lazarski**At_Symbol_Here**US.NGRID.COM>
Subject: Hands-on extinguisher training
I'd be interested in hearing peoples' views on hands-on fire
er training. I recently attended a seminar on laboratory
and an OSHA presenter, when talking about training and the
lab standard
, mentioned yearly extinguisher training (once every three
years if for
k lift trucks are in use).

My company currently has people who pe
rform the hands on training which
we've taken advantage of in the past.
 (Unfortunately they've never been
interested in my idea of simulating 
the breaking of a container [quart
or gallon] of flammable liquid to il
lustrate how wide spread the
resulting fire might be.) Periodically our
 Safety dept. sends out a
video on fire safety which some view as a sub
stitute for hands-on

I'm trying to contact this in
dividual for clarification.

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