Mile2 Cybersecurity Certifications

OCU ISCAP A Week 05 Lesson 18 Discussion

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      Manny Varela
      Keymaster

      Fire is a major physical security issue in organizations.  As the security officer, how can you go above and beyond the fire marshal’s approval and continue to prevent fires?

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      Aaron Elliott
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      To effectively prevent fires, housekeeping must be kept to an expected standard set by the security officer. Routines in cleaning and guidelines on how working areas should be kept will need to be developed. Detecting any accidental fires faster will help reduce the cost and the risk of harm to people, so fire alarms in locations that fire can start, and areas of air flow will help in this matter. Also having the proper fire extinguisher on location for the type of fires that can occur, along with the training for what fires require what kind of fire suppression. Regular fire drills for associates need to be conducted on a regular basis, and fire marshals designated for all work areas to assist in managing procedures in case of a real fire.

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