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Fires can have serious consequences for businesses, from loss of property to death or injury to employees. As fire safety plans are often only discussed in onboarding and are only reinforced whenever your job site or workplace building has a fire drill, it’s critical that your workers are exposed to your organization’s fire safety training on a regular basis to protect themselves and others. Not only does it save lives, but repeated fire safety training can help to prevent a small fire from becoming a big emergency. That’s why we’ve put together this editable fire safety quiz to ensure that your workers are fully informed on what to do if there’s a fire, but also what your organization’s unique fire safety plans are, such as nearest fire extinguishers and emergency exits.

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Why take a fire watch training quiz

Fire watch training is an important part of workplace safety. Employees who are responsible for fire watch duty need to be able to quickly recognize a fire, know how to sound the alarm, and understand the steps necessary to prevent the fire from spreading. This quiz will help you assess your team's knowledge of fire watch duty and identify any gaps in their understanding. You can then use this information to provide additional training to help ensure that your team is prepared to handle a fire emergency.

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Example questions from our fire watch training quiz

Question 1

Only manually actuated fixed fire suppression systems protecting cooking ranges can reduce the risk of fire spreading to the extract ducting.

Question 3

To establish the rate of build-up, which of these will you have to take into consideration?

Question 5

Automatic and manually actuated safety interlocks should be in place, to shut down the cooking appliances by isolating the gas and/or power supplies.

Question 7

Which of these provides an environment for fires to start and then spread quickly or widely.

Question 9

Which kind of safety interlock ensures that the cooking range will not be operational without operating the extraction network?

Question 11

Which of these are included in a TR19 Grease compliant report?

Question 2

Which of these are known causes of fires within commercial kitchens

Question 4

All kitchen employees should receive suitable formal and recorded training each year.

Question 6

## Carbon monoxide is a colourless, odourless, and tasteless flammable gas that is slightly less dense than air.

Question 8

One of the most important factors in reducing kitchen fires is to prevent the build-up of combustible fat-contaminants within the non-combustible extract ductwork.

Question 10

Which of these should be included in the Fire Compartmentation Strategy of the Site?

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