Courses

Fire Warden & Basic Fire Fighting
Fire Warden
Initial Fire Response
Fire Watcher

Fire Warden & Basic Fire Fighting

Target Audience

Personnel/designated team members working in areas with associated fire risk and acts as a Fire warden.

Aim

To provide knowledge, understanding skills of the role and responsibilities of a Fire Warden and use of portable fire extinguisher in an event of fire.

Upon successful completion of this course the attendee will be able to:

  • Describe the role and responsibilities of a Fire Warden.
  • Describe the emergency procedures to be followed in the event of fire.
  • Recognize how to prevent and extinguish fires.
  • Explain the steps for monitoring hot work.
  • Describe the site emergency procedures to be followed in the event of a fire.
  • Understand basic fire chemistry and common causes.
  • Classification of fires and general principles of fire extinguishment.
  • Identify portable fire extinguishers by reference to the international colour coding.
  • systems, and/or label description.
  • Demonstrate the correct procedure for a simulated fire using a fire blanket.
  • Perform Fire Warden Role safely and effectively during fire drills and in the event.
  • of real emergency.
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Fire Warden

Target Audience

Personnel nominated as fire wardens.

Aim

To provide knowledge, understanding skills of the role and responsibilities of a Fire
Warden.

Upon successful completion of the course the attendee will be able to:

  • Describe the role and responsibilities of a Fire Warden.
  • Describe emergency procedures for efficiently evacuating personnel from a
    building wing or zone.
  • Describe the emergency procedures to be followed in the event of discovering
    or being warned of a fire.
  • Basic Fire Chemistry & Behavior of Fire.
  • Identify portable fire extinguishers by the international colour code.
  • Identify type fire and its suitable fire extinguishing.
  • Demonstrate the correct procedures for operating portable fire extinguishers
    on a simulated fire.
  • Perform Fire Warden Role safely and effectively during fire drills and in the
    event of real emergency.
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Initial Fire Response

Target Audience

All personnel working in areas with associated fire risk.

Aim & Objectives

To provide individuals with basic knowledge, understanding and skills relating to fire, portable fire-fighting equipment and the correct actions to be taken in the event of fire.

Upon successful completion of this course the attendee will be able to:

  • Describe Chemistry of fire and fire spread mechanisms.
  • Identify fire types, common causes of fire in the workplace,
  • Understand how to react in the event of fire.
  • Recognise the colour code, size and capability of portable fire Extinguishers.
  • Select and operate portable fire-fighting equipment on different fire types.
  • Provide opportunities to develop skills in the selection and use of portable fire-fighting equipment on various fire types.
  • Act safely in the event of a fire emergency – discovering fire, raising the alarm, hearing an alarm, moving though smoke, and clothing on fire.
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Fire Watcher

Target Audience

Personnel/designated team members working in areas with associated fire risk and acts as a Fire watcher.

Aim

Provide individuals with knowledge, understanding and skills to performing fire watcher duty.

Upon successful completion of this course the attendee will be able to:

  • Describe the duties for a fire watcher
  • Recognize how to prevent and extinguish fires
  • Explain the steps for monitoring hot work
  • Describe firefighting procedures
  • Outline personal protective equipment
  • Describe the site emergency procedures to be followed in the event of a fire
  • Understand basic fire chemistry and common causes.
  • Classification of fires and general principles of fire extinguishment
  • Identify portable fire extinguishers by reference to the international colour coding
  • systems, and/or label description.
  • Demonstrate the correct procedure for a simulated fire using a fire blanket
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