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Wildland Fire Safety - Preparedness and Prevention


Photo Courtesy of WA DNR. If you work in an area prone to wild fires, you need to have an emergency plan in place. It might just save your, your employeesí lifeves and your business.

If you work in an area prone to wild fires, you need to have an emergency plan in place. It might just save your, your employees’ lives and your business.

Photo Courtesy of WA DNR

Are you prepared? Do you have a plan in place? Have you taken step to help prevent wild fires in your area? These are question businesses and people in the general population should ask themselves when living in areas prone to wild fires.

Having an evacuation plan and making a safety zone around businesses or residences before a wildfire occurs can help avoid confusion and prevent injuries.

Here are safety & health related topics that can provide awareness prevention information for businesses and the general public.

Here are safety & health related topics that can provide awareness prevention information for businesses and the general public.

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