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Category: Combustible Material

Workplace Combustibles: Preventing Fire in the Workplace

By Keren Johnson
August 04, 2016 Category • Combustible Material, Fire Hazards, Fire Prevention, Workplace Fire Safety

Every year fires break out in workplaces across the country resulting in serious damage to property and even injury and death. In the U.S. each year there are around 100,000 non-residential fires reported, with a significant portion of these fires occurring in the workplace. These fires account for approximately 60 deaths, 1200 injuries and more than $2.6M in structural damages each year. There are a variety of reasons why these fires break out, although many are due to negligence and could be prevented with more care and attention. One of the best ways to protect your business against fire is to educate your staff on the causes of fire and encourage them to be vigilant and report any potential fire hazards, so that they can be dealt with swiftly. Although each working environment is different, here are some common workplace fire hazards that you should look out for and how to reduce the risk of them causing a fire. Waste and combustible material In many workplaces, in particular

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