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Environmental Health and Safety

Fire Safety Training

Fire Safety Training

Fire Safety Training

The Environmental Health and Safety Office offers a variety of fire safety education and training programs for the Case Western Reserve University community.

Students receive fire safety and evacuation information during mandatory meetings with their Resident Assistants and during the required fire drills. The students can also receive voluntary fire safety education in a variety of different ways.

During the school year fire safety programs are held at request of the Resident Assistants or Coordinators in the various buildings. These additional fire safety programs include but are not limited to cover:

  • Emergency procedures,
  • Fire safety issues,
  • Prohibited items,
  • General prevention tips,
  • Cooking fire safety,
  • Fire extinguisher usage,
  • Additional fire safety programs can also be held at request of a student sponsoring group or organization.

Mandatory fire safety training are provided to Housing, Residence Life, and Greek Life Resident Assistants and Coordinators annually. These trainings cover:

  • Emergency procedures,
  • Fire safety issues,
  • Prohibited items,
  • Fire extinguisher usage.

CWRU Police and Security Officers receive mandatory fire safety training.  This training includes:

  • Fire and alarm response,
  • Fire protection systems,
  • Fire extinguisher usage.

Fire safety education and training programs are available for employees for their specific departments at request.