Education

Fire hazards in educational establishments may include overloaded electrical systems; overheated electronic and electrical equipment; leaking batteries; combustible materials being placed near equipment that generates heat, flame, or sparks; flammable liquids and aerosols; open flames such as Bunsen burners used in laboratory experiments; and flammable solvents (and rags soaked with solvent) placed in enclosed rubbish bins. There are also hazards from the cooking processes and equipment used in the kitchens and from faulty or unattended equipment in kitchenettes and tea rooms in staff rooms and common rooms.

Showing 1–18 of 121 results

View
Filters: