Workplace Fire Safety Quiz: The Five Questions That Measure Preparedness

Are you prepared for any fire-related situation in the workplace? If you're unsure then now is the perfect time to run through our workplace fire safety quiz.

Being prepared can help alleviate panic and dangerous situations if a fire does occur. Our test below is designed to generate fire safety awareness and ensure you have the proper equipment and preparation to handle any fire-related emergency.

Workplace Fire Safety Quiz

1. Is your company educated on fire safety?

Have you made sure each employee knows where to find the fire extinguisher and how to properly operate it? Check out our Workplace Fire Safety Tips to learn how to keep your workplace operating in a safe and efficient manner. It's important that everyone in the workplace knows how to properly react to to a fire or dangerous situation.

2. Have you had your fire equipment properly installed?

It's important to have your equipment properly installed by a fire safety professional. There are many in the Denver area to choose from, which will make it easier for your business. Make sure you have the proper equipment that aligns with your business. All companies should have multiple fire alarms and sprinkler systems installed, but if you work with machinery that can easily overheat then you may need further equipment like a suppression system.

3. Do you have an emergency plan?

Do you know what to do in an emergency situation? Have you mapped out an evacuation plan? Do you run through fire drills with your employees? You should practice fire drills at least twice a year. Make sure all employees know where the closest exit is and how to escape if a fire occurs in the building.

4. Do you test your fire prevention equipment and keep it up to date?

It's important to test your fire safety equipment including your smoke alarm and fire extinguisher. Not testing your equipment can lead to a dangerous situation. Our blog Common Reasons Denver Fire Detection Systems Fail further explains how to prevent system failure and properly maintain your equipment.

5.Do you have routine checkups scheduled?

Fire safety starts with the experts. So even though you may have the proper equipment, it's important to have a fire safety professional come through for a routine inspection. These inspections should occur at least once a year. It's best to call a local specialist that can come in and examine both your alarm and sprinkler systems.

It's never a bad time to re-evaluate your fire safety training and equipment. At Frontier Fire we can help assess all of your fire safety needs and get you set up with the right equipment. Contact us today if you have any questions or you're looking to set up top of the line fire safety equipment.