When a safety program is designed it is supposed to serve a specific purpose. At SFPC & Associates we took a look at this philosophy and asked, why? Why should we create a safety plan for floods, another for fire and a separate one for OSHA programs like lock-out/tag-out and hazwoper? Why should your MSDS/SDS sheets only be kept in the MSDS/SDS binder where they are not available during an emergency?
When SFPC & Associates designs a safety program it is done so with a variety of safety perspectives in mind. After the first draft of the program has been engineered, it is reviewed by a minimum of at least one OSHA certified instructor, American Heart instructor, fireman and business professional. Once the program is accepted by all plan reviewers it is sent to the client for review and approval. This method allows SFPC & Associates to create truly site-specific, practical safety plans-- after all emergencies are not fragmented so why should your safety program be?
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Fire Departments and Safety Professionals around the country agree: the simulator SFPC uses to train on, when used as a training tool by experienced trainers, is the most accurate in creating real life scenarios unlike burn-pan fires which do not give a realistic representation of a fire inside a workplace. Our system can create the correct classification of fire, be setup inside the workplace, give each student a full extinguisher, let them try different levels of difficulty and needs no burn permit or rain date; it can even give off safe, visually accurate smoke unlike the thick black smoke typically associated with an outdoor burn-pan fire. Watch the video to the left to see how Fire Departments are making the switch to the fire simulator SFPC has been using for years!