Reply To: OCU ISSO D Week 05 Lesson 18 Discussion

Kevin Mehok

IST3100 Information Systems Security Officer
Week Five
Assignment #4
WK5 Fire Marshall Discussion
Kevin Mehok

Hey Class,

I am responsible so setting up NSOs or new locations/collision centers for a leading EV company. The fire marshalls and inspectors in every city, town, county, and state are all different. The truth is, we secure our buildings and our teammates because it is the right thing to do. Not because someone tells us to do so.

We have evacuation plans and thermal blanket training monthly in the event of a fire. Lithium batteries are very dangerous and create explosive heat if not contained or controlled. We have well laid out plans and we constantly preform risk assessments to ensure we are doing the best and most effective action plans.

God Bless,



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