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Through our Fire Awareness Training, you will gain an understanding of what to do in the event of a fire.
What is fire safety awareness? Why is fire safety awareness important? What fire safety procedures are needed in a workplace setting? What is compartmentalisation? What is the difference between the safety signs? What are the different types of extinguishers? Our Fire Awareness Training will help you answer the questions above and more.
Through our Fire Awareness Training, you will gain an understanding of what to do in the event of a fire. You will learn what to do if the fire alarm sounds. You will learn how to prevent a fire from occurring and limit the spread of a fire. You will learn which fire extinguisher to use on which type of fire and how to use an extinguisher safely. You will learn how to recognise fire safety signs and their meanings. You will also learn the 6 classes of fires.
Fire Awareness Training is a crucial aspect of workplace safety that provides employees with the necessary knowledge and skills to prevent and respond to fire emergencies. This training program is designed to ensure that workers are aware of the risks associated with fire, understand the necessary precautions to prevent fire hazards, and know what to do in case of a fire outbreak.
The primary goal of Fire Awareness Training is to equip workers with the knowledge and skills needed to prevent and manage fire hazards in the workplace. By educating employees on fire safety, they will be able to recognise the risks associated with fire and take necessary precautions to prevent fires from occurring. This includes identifying potential fire hazards such as faulty electrical equipment, flammable materials, and improperly stored chemicals.
In addition to preventing fires, Fire Awareness Training also includes the proper use of fire extinguishers and other fire suppression equipment. Including how to use different types of extinguishers and the proper techniques for extinguishing different types of fires. They will also learn how to identify the different classes of fires and which extinguisher is appropriate for each type of fire.
Fire Awareness Training teaches you what to do in case of a fire outbreak, and helps you in the development of an emergency evacuation procedure and fire risk assessment. Employees must know how to evacuate the building quickly and safely. Fire drills are an essential part of fire safety training, as they allow employees to practice emergency evacuation procedures in a simulated environment. This ensures that they are well-prepared and know what to do in case of a real emergency.
What does Fire Awareness Training cover?
- What fire safety entails and the responsibilities if a fire is spotted.
- Recognise fire safety signs and their meanings.
- Understand the different types of fire extinguishers and which fire each is meant to be used for.
- Understand the different types of legislation involved with fire safety.
- Gain knowledge of the 6 classes of fires.
- Explore reasons why an individual’s behaviour would change when the alarm is a drill compared to an actual drill.
Who is our Fire Awareness Training for?
Our Fire Awareness Training is for anyone in any care or non-care sector having knowledge and skills of how to prevent and put out a fire when needed to reduce loss of life and damage.
Employers are responsible for providing fire safety training to their employees. Training should be conducted on a regular basis and can be tailored to the specific needs of the workplace. For example, a manufacturing plant will have different fire hazards than an office building, and therefore the training can be tailored to address the specific risks associated with each workplace.
What will you achieve?
By the end of the course, you‘ll be able to…
- Discuss what to do if you discover a fire.
- Discuss what to do if the fire alarm sounds.
- Be able to prevent a fire and limit the spread of a fire.
- Recognise the different types of fire extinguishers used to put out different types of fires.
- Demonstrate how to carry out a fire risk assessment.
- Evaluate different circumstances of why an individual’s behaviour may change.
- Develop knowledge, skills and strategies to develop positive environments.
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