Fire Fighting Training
Fire training is a fun way to educate your employees on the dangers of fire. A simple office or factory fire can have devastating effects on any company. During This basic or advanced fire training course, you will learn how to contain, prevent and extinguish a fire in your workplace.
Often the risks of fire can be overlooked by management. A fire can start at any time in any workplace. It’s important for employees of all capacities to understand combustion prevention. We often assume that everybody knows how to prevent and contain a fire. The harsh reality is that very few people actually know exactly what to do if a fire occurs. Fire training will educate your employees in both prevention and extinguishing. Fire training will teach you the basic steps required on effectively containing a fire. A great example straight from our fire training course, is to check the wind direction before activating the extinguisher. If a panicked, untrained employee activate an extinguisher; they often forget to spray in the right direction. This is a very basic example of the importance of fire training. Many companies have gone as far getting visible fire extinguishers. This is not adequate, without the knowledge to use the device, a fire extinguisher will be worth nothing. During our fire training course, your employees will learn what type of extinguisher to use on what type of fire. It’s extremely important that an H20 extinguisher does not get used on an electrical fire. Without the knowledge of the symbol, an employee can easily make this mistake.
Fire Training Course Modules:
- Fire Extinguisher Types.
- Operating procedures, capabilities, and limitations.
- Basic Fire Fighting Concepts: R.A.C.E. & P.A.S.S.
- Understand the combustion process and different fire classes.
- Leading causes of residential fire deaths
- Principles of Fire Safety
- How Does a Fire Work?
- The Combustion Process
- Fire Extinguisher Anatomy
- Inappropriate use of extinguishers
- Fire fighting Decision Criteria
- Fire Classes
- When NOT to Fight a Fire!
- Personal hazards
- Emergency Procedures
- Prevention methods
- P.A.S.S. Method
- Fighting the Fire
Make sure you eliminate the potential damage a fire can cause. The fire training course is a fun course with great benefits. You can train as many employees as you require. If you have more than 10 employees, we can arrange the training to be done on-site. Fire training has tons of benefits and is very affordable.