Unit I Assignment

Infogram Chart
Fire Science Students: For this assignment, you will create an information gram, or infogram, chart that includes the following information:
definition of the national fire problem;
identification of early fire prevention efforts in Rome, England, and colonial America; and
at least three fire trends in the national fire problem that a fire department or fire prevention agency has identified. These trends should coincide with the data gathered from the reading and the following link:
Haynes, H. J. G. (2016). Fire loss in the United States during 2015. Retrieved from https://www.nfpa.org/News-and-Research/Publications/NFPA-Journal/2016/September-October-2016/Features/2015-US-Fire-Loss-Report
Infograms serve a vital purpose as you can include a lot of tidbits of vital information in a small brochure or pamphlet to detail the problem or cause that you are facing.
Be sure to include specific local information about how the local trend appears to the department or agency and actions they use to prevent fires.
Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Students: For this assignment, you can contact the local fire department and follow the assignment above. Another option you can use for this assignment is to utilize local information specific to your work space such as trends in workplace fires. If you choose to go this route, you should create a shop or agency-specific infogram that will attempt to draw attention to the problem within your agency or department. For example, if you work in a paper mill or saw mill, you might provide information about the importance of dust control measures. If you work in a normal manufacturing facility, you might provide information about preventing small fires that start due to dirty rags being stored in illegal containers.
Your infogram should contain the following information:
definition of the national fire problem;
identification of early fire prevention efforts in Rome, England, and colonial America; and
shop- or agency-specific information regarding a problem that seems to be becoming a trend in your workplace.
These infograms can be made with a little bit of effort and ingenuity with a Microsoft Publisher program that is standard on most Office platforms. If you have trouble with Publisher, you can utilize a single PowerPoint Slide saved as a PDF to create an infogram. Please see the attached examples below for a template.

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