Every year, fire kills more people than any other natural disaster in United States. According to OSHA statistics, in the year 1995, 200 people were killed at workplace from fires and explosions, more than 5,000 were injured, and businesses faced the loss of around 2.3 billion dollars. Fires create havoc among workers and demolish thousands of businesses every year. Fires lead to injuries, deaths and time away from work due to recovery, all of which severely affect their livelihoods. In this course we will look at the basic causes of fires, injuries, rescue measures, and how we can handle them effectively and efficiently in order to save our lives as well as properties.