Reply To: OCU ISSO D Week 05 Lesson 18 Discussion

Kelly Crooks

Marcena I think we shared some of the same views on how to prevent fire. One thing I think people forget is common sense and staying calm, should a fire happen. I have never been the victim of a fire where almost everything was lost, but I have family members that have. It is devastating to lose everything but in most cases the fires they were victim to could have been avoided. Fire safety training is so important and I don’t think enough companies and organizations have regular or any fire safety training. Like Kevin said other than maps telling us where we are and where the exit is and how to get there, there is no training.


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