MERLOT Materials

Show results for

Filter by

25-48 of 318 results for discipline "Fire Safety"

This film examines exposures to alpha particles that are emitted from the nuclei of some heavy, unstable atoms. Major... see more

Kansas and South Carolina Require Code Footprints as part of submittals for review.  Other states are considering the... see more

The US Fire Administration site for Children.  A lot of different types of material aimed primarily at the k-8 age group.

This is a course outline on Managerial Issues in Hazardous Materials.

A National Fire Academy "Coffee Break" synopsis of the requirements for emergency lighting and comparison of NFPA 1/101... see more

This model addresses professional-level standards for the future fire and emergency services. The goal is to prepare... see more

Overview of Workplace Falls.This film presents a brief overview of some causes and consequences of workplace falls.... see more

A forklift towing a trailer collided with a line containing highly flammable liquid propylene, causing a release and a... see more

This lesson plan will help develop an understanding of the complexity of the American federal system and how it affects... see more

"Each year in North America, more than 100,000 home fires start in the kitchen, killing hundreds of people and injuring... see more

Same-level Falls. This educational film explores causes and prevention of same-level falls in workplaces. It is a 27:45... see more

Fire and Sprinkler Demonstration Video -- This is a good demo to show flash over and the effectiveness of a residential... see more

This film examines common causes of traumatic injuries in occupational and agricultural settings. Topics include... see more

Ventilating Windows is an essential part of fireground operations.  During the overhaul phase it is necessary to make... see more

This film examines methods for controlling injury hazards on the job. Topics include ANSI Z10, elimination, substitution,... see more

Safety Video on Welding Tanks in the Oilfield. Lessons learned are transferable to any hot work situations.

These videos which have been produced by Kansas State University are excellent and inexpensive resources

This is an outline for a course in Principles of Emergency Services. 

This film examines personal protective equipment (PPE) to protect the eyes and face from hazards on the job. Examples of... see more

Here’s the scenario: It’s 10:30 PM and you arrive at a 2,500-square-foot house with heavy smoke showing from two sides... see more

This is an outline for a course in Advanced Fire Adminstration. 

Aerosol products are a serious fire protection challenge because they contain products under pressure that might spray... see more

Chief Richard Gasaway  discusses leadership from the view of a fire chief.  “Be careful what you wish for” and talks... see more

"One of the principal objectives of the research program was to undertand and develop numerical calculation procedure... see more