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Examinee: Your Name goes here.
Exam Name: Fire Safety 
Passing Score: 70% 
# of Questions: 10 
Question Order: Randomized 
Maximum # of Attempts: Unlimited 
# of Attempts:
# of Attempts Remaining: Unlimited 
Fire in the operating room is a risk to the patient, operating room staff and the hospital or clinic. In 2003 a sentinel even alert by the Joint Commission initiated a process to decrease the incidence of operating room fires. The incidence has decreased from 0.9/100,000 operations in 2004 to 0.32/100,000 operations in 2011. As technology improves, the use of heat sources (fiberoptics, lasers, cautery), alcohol based prep solutions, and disposable drapes (paper) along with an oxygen source presents a serious risk of an operating room fire. This module is intended to educate you the factors that start a fire, how to prevent a fire, and what to do if a fire occurs.  
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The participant will learn:
  • Factors that allow a fire to start
  • How to prevent a fire
  • How to put a fire out
  • Response when a fire occurs


View Exam Directions
Each Exam consists of 10 questions.
The exam questions are multiple choice (MC).
Read the question and the four foils below the question.
Select the answer.
Select a button to go to the next or previous question.
If you are at the last question, selecting next question will go to the first question.
If you are at the first question selecting previous question will go to the last question.
When you have answered all of the questions select save & grade exam.
The exam is not timed.
Once you start the exam, you must finish. Partially completed exams are not graded.
The number of questions, if they are randomized, and the passing score is set by the institution that signs you up.