Fire Fighting and Evacuation

Fire Fighting is more than just knowing how an extinguisher works. In fact, there are many aspects that the learner/employee must recognize, both in workplace safety and from a legal viewpoint. What are the legal requirements and what type of extinguishers should you have in your specific working environment? These are only a number of questions that will be answered in our Fire Training course.

Fire safety training and prevention is key to securing a safe working environment. RTS offers fire training that will ensure your workplace is prepared to deal with fire safety issues that may arise. RTS focuses on fire prevention as the first line of defense against fire emergencies. We then focus on handling an emergency, should one occur. Students will receive a certificate upon successful completion of a written and practical evaluation. Certificates are valid for two years. Below is a summary of the contents the Fire course.

FIRE TRAINING LEVEL 1 (1 DAY)
• The causes of fire
• The classes of fire
• Fire prevention in relation to general housekeeping
• Fire prevention in relation to industry safe practices (OHS Act, etc.)
• Consequences of non adherence to safe practices
• Identify basic fire fighting equipment
• Explain and demonstrate the operating of basic fire fighting equipment
• Identify the correct type of fire fighting equipment for specific types of fire
• Steps to be taken in fighting fires
• Precautions to be taken when fighting fires
• Fire containment safety rules
• Improper storage practices
• How to use a fire extinguisher

Objective:

The candidate will be able to use the correct fire extinguishers in order to extinguish the different classes of fires and wil understand fire chemistry.

Content:

Elements of fire

Classes of fire

Fire spread

Causes of fire

Fire extinguisher types and uses

Fire prevention

Fire Safety

Fire PPE

Duration: 1 Day Max:15 Trainees

Target Population:

Supervisors, all employees and managers

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