Fire Training

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Fire Extinguisher Training

Price on Application Duration: 2 hours
  • Students will be able to identify different classes of fire.
  • Students will be able to select and use Fire Extinguishers, Fire Hose Reels & Fire Blankets on various classes of fires that are appropriate to their work tasks.
  • Students will safely be able to apply fire fighting tactics and techniques.

Fire Warden Training

Price on Application Duration: 4 hours
  • Describe the roles & responsibilities of Fire Wardens in the workplace.
  • Describe the structure & identification of Fire Wardens in the workplace.
  • Identify emergency situations where workplace evacuation may be required, such as fires or bomb threats.
  • Have an understanding of the nature and dangers of fire.
  • Have an awareness of building evacuation requirements.
  • Understand & implement evacuation procedures.
  • Identify emergency evacuation equipment, such as FIP, EWIS, Warden Intercommunication points (WIP Phones).
  • Effectively communicate in an emergency.
  • Conduct a safe evacuation of the workplace.

Fire Extinguisher and Fire Warden Training Combined

Price on Application Duration: 6 hours
  • These 2 courses as seen above are generally combined and delivered on the same day.

Chief Warden Training

Price on Application Duration: 5 hours
  • Pre-Requisites Fire Warden Training
  • Prepare for workplace emergencies.
  • Identify emergency situations where workplace evacuation may be required, such as fires or bomb threats.
  • Have an understanding of the nature and dangers of fire.
  • Understand & implement evacuation requirements.
  • Identify emergency evacuation equipment, such as FIP, EWIS, Warden Intercommunication points (WIP Phones).
  • Effectively communicate in an emergency.
  • Control the initial response to an emergency event.
  • Receive reports of emergencies.
  • Ensure that communication between wardens is maintained during an emergency.
  • Account for evacuated persons.
  • Analyse the reports & results of initial emergency response.
  • Give “all clear” signal when emergency is cleared.
  • Debrief others about the emergency.
  • Arrange stress mitigation for self and others as required.