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In this list you'll find our favorite fire safety training powerpoints from around the web rated from 1 to 5 stars. For a more engaging and convenient training solution, check out our fire safety training videos.
 
1 Fire Protection Training by Georgia Tech
FREE
Made in2001
Date Created:
2001
Number of Slides:
49
Created By:
Georgia Tech
OSHA Compliance:
OSHA 29 CFR 1910.155.
Rating
Fire Protection Training by Georgia Tech

Pro's

  • OSHA 1910.155, 1910.156 and 1910.157 Fire Safety Standards are effectively covered.
  • The scope, definitions and objectives (Slide - #2 and #8 - #14) are spelled out prior to training.
  • An extensive Fire Brigade section is presented and complies with 1910.156.
  • Real-world types of fire damage and causes (with photos) are presented.
  • The question on Slide #45 serves to incorporate trainee interaction with the class.
  • Additional fire safety education resources (including websites) are given.
  • The summary states that this presentation is only a partial coverage of Subpart L, asks additional questions and points towards other relevant OSHA standard sections.

Con's

  • Repetitive colors and slide fonts tend to get old pretty fast.
  • Only 6 high-quality photo slides and 2 illustrations are incorporated within this fire safety training PowerPoint (49 slides).
  • Not enough notes have been added to the bottom of the slides.
2Fire Safety Training by DOA Louisiana
FREE
Made in2006
Date Created:
2006
Number of Slides:
53
Created By:
DOA Louisiana
Rating
Fire Safety Training by DOA Louisiana

Pro's

  • Basic, although brightly colored, format that attempts to work with a simplistic setup.
  • A number of real-life photos (i.e. - #47) are used, but are concentrated more towards the module’s later slides.
  • A good number of helpful illustrations are used (i.e. – Slide #7) and assists to maintain the trainee’s interest through quality visuals.
  • Over all, a solid Fire Prevention Training presentation.
  • Makes some use of the “Notes” section of the presentation (i.e. – Slide #12).
  • Well-informed “Fire Evacuation” section (Slides #21 - #28).
  • Good “Fire Extinguisher” coverage – which adheres to OSHA’s requirements.

Con's

  • The middle portion of the presentation (Slides #20 - #41) only contains one real-life photo.
  • There aren’t the desired question and answer additions that would serve to increase the training’s interest level.
  • Could have included more material for the “Notes” sections.
  • No direct references to any regulation that the training meets.
3Fire Safety Training by Torbay Council
FREE
Made in2012
Date Created:
2012
Number of Slides:
44
Created By:
Torbay Council
Rating
Fire Safety Training by Torbay Council

Pro's

  • Good training information for someone who is designated as a “Responsible Person”.
  • The format is set up in a professional manner that allows for easy readability and an increased information credibility rating.
  • Several “question asking opportunities” are presented at different training points. This will keep the training “fresh” and imprint the material in the minds of the trainees.
  • Very effective coverage of how fires are initiated, which aids “prevention through observation” in an effort to keep fires from starting in the first place.
  • Also concentrates on “at risk” persons (i.e. – Slide #17).

Con's

  • Photos are mostly limited to the beginning and review sections without addressing the majority of the middle presentations (Slides #23 - #41).
  • The “Escape Routes” and Evacuations sections (Slide #33 - #37) would have greatly benefitted from photos and/or illustrations.
  • Could have used more info placed in the “Notes” sections of the slides (i.e. – Slide #20).
4Fire Safety Training by Arkansas State University
FREE
Made in2001
Date Created:
2001
Number of Slides:
23
Created By:
Arkansas State University
Rating
Fire Safety Training by Arkansas State University

Pro's

  • Clipart is used frequently and effectively (i.e. – Slide #9) throughout the entire training presentation..
  • Starts off with descriptions of the different types of fire and methods of fire protection specific to those different fire types (Slides #2 - #7).
  • Covers the subject of fire safety pretty well through the utilization of 23 slides.
  • Complete, easy-to –memorize tips when it comes to using a fire extinguisher (Slides #19 - #22).

Con's

  • Very mundane PowerPoint format that uses very little imagination and becomes tedious very quickly.
  • There are no quality, “real-life”, photographs incorporated into the training module. This would have given a more “professional” look.
  • Does not include a reference to OSHA, such as when is the placement of a fire extinguisher mandatory?
  • No interactive questions are located within the module that would work to include trainee participation.
  • Other references info is not included.
5Fire Prevention Planning Training by EHSS Virginia Tech
FREE
Made in2008
Date Created:
2008
Number of Slides:
68
Created By:
EHSS Virginia Tech
Rating
Fire Prevention Planning Training by EHSS Virginia Tech

Pro's

  • This Environmental, Health and Safety Services presentation uses a professional PowerPoint layout that gives the material additional credibility.
  • There are numerous high-quality photos and appropriate illustrations all through this Fire Safety module with just a couple of “blank” areas around Slides #48- #52 and #56 – 66).
  • The Overview (Slide #2) serves to effectively set up the training expectations.
  • The language that is used for this module is relatively easy to understand and doesn’t contain a lot of proprietary terms.
  • A large section (Slides #4 - #13) is dedicated to helping the employee identify different types of fire hazards.
  • A comprehensive fire prevention strategy (Slides #14 - #64) is given.

Con's

  • No question/answer format additions are included that would further engage the trainee and cut down on the possibility of potential boredom.
  • Certain OSHA standards training (i.e. – how to use a fire extinguisher) is not presented.
  • In general, OSHA standards are not addressed.
6Fire Safety & Prevention Training By Minnesota Dept. of Public Safety
FREE
Made in2011
Date Created:
2011
Number of Slides:
21
Created By:
Minnesota Dept. of Public Safety
Rating
Fire Safety & Prevention Training By Minnesota Dept. of Public Safety
7Fire Safety Training by Massachusetts General Hospital
FREE
Made in2008
Date Created:
2008
Number of Slides:
21
Created By:
Massachusetts General Hospital
Rating
Fire Safety Training by Massachusetts General Hospital

Pro's

  • The photos, that are used, are high quality.
  • Some questions are posed (i.e. – Slide #11) and answered. However, most of these are directly related to the Massachusetts General Hospital facility.
  • The presentations trainees are directed to where they can receive further information (Slide #19).
  • Some details regarding evacuation procedures are given (Slides #14 - #16).

Con's

  • This Massachusetts General Hospital Fire Prevention Training is presented in a format that shows no artistic effort and no attempt to hold on to the interest of those in attendance.
  • Very little clipart is used along with only 5 photos.
  • Training is mostly limited to a hospital venue that wouldn’t translate well to other types of industries.
  • This is more of a short orientation class presentation (just 21 slides) as opposed to a full-fledged fire prevention class. Therefore, there is little use for this as an OSHA-related training class.

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