Are your surgical teams prepared to handle a fire in the OR? Do they know the proper procedures to suppress fires on or in a patient? When you do provide training, are you able to educate 100% of your clinical and support staff? New hires?
Train your team on fire prevention, suppression and patient evacuation with our easy to use online program.

Through the Jensen Hughes Academy (JHA), we have Online Surgical Fire Training that offers:

  • Compliance with NFPA 99-15.13 (2012 Edition) and minimize exposure to CMS K-Tag 933.
    • Directly improves accreditation outcomes for The Joint Commission (TJC), DNV, HFAP and AAAHC
  • New requirements for all clinicians to go through annual training
  • Trusted Expertise – Over 43 years of experience in the research and reviews of surgical fires and training of clinicians to protect hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers from fires.
  • Minimization of risk and liability from surgical fires and associated litigation
  • Efficient and self-paced learning— anytime, anywhere
  • Ease of Use – Online secure access 24/7, mobile-friendly, interactive courses
  • Customizable – Add your facilities’ surgical fire procedures, floor plans and surgical fire risk assessment to the training


  • Fire prevention (for surgeons, anesthesia providers, nurses, surgical technologists and other providers in the surgical suites)
  • Fire suppression for fires on or in the patient as well other fires in the surgical and procedural area
  • Methodologies for the surgical team to evacuate a patient intraoperatively
  • Embedded videos demonstrating actual fire situations and correct/incorrect management of surgical fires
  • Knowledge testing questions and a post-test to ensure competency on the subject

Contact Information

Are you looking for an individual training course? Visit our sign up page today and get started.

Looking to train a group or multi-site health system? Complete our form below and we will provide you with pricing and course details.

(surgeons, anesthesia providers, circulating nurses and surgical technologists)