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Advanced Firefighting Training Course

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30 HOURS training 5 days 6 hours per day

Introduction

The role of Fire Managers is very critical in maintaining the firefighting system and fire alarm system and all related to the fire skills. Evacuation routes and in case of fires, evacuation of all those present in the building or facility. We always try to prevent fires but sometimes things go worst and we have fires at workplaces. Fire Manager is someone with assigned responsibilities to act efficiently in case of follow up and maintenance of the firefighting system and fire alarm system, fire tools fire  firefighting system, and fire alarm system, and all related subjects , design and maintenance of evacuation routes and other important skills.

 

Who Should Attend

This training is designed for Fire Managers, Fire Wardens, HSE Officers, Advisors, Inspectors and anyone having responsibilities in fire evacuations and maintaining means of egress at workplace.

Course Contents

Table of Contents:

Unit No.          1st Day                                                                                                           

Unit 1 : Fire Protection

  1. Fire Protection & Prevention
  2. Theory of combustion
  3. Type of Fire
  4. Type of Extinguishers
  5. Fire Fighting
  6. Fundamental Rules
  7. General Requirements
  8. Selection and Distribution
  9. Inspection, maintenance and testing
  10. P A S S

Unit 2: Fire Alarm System                                      

  1. Module Overview
  2. Fire Safety
  3. Emergency Exits
  4. Exit routes
  5. Off – Hour Emergency Exit Plans
  6. Crisis Response
  7. Lock Box
  8. Capacity
  9. Alarm Systems
  10. Type of Alarms
  11. Monitored Alarm
  12. Addressable Systems
  13. Local Alarm
  14. Fire Alarm Control Panel
  15. Edwards Controls & Indicators
  16. Enunciators
  17. Remote Enunciator
  18. Read – Only Enunciator Panel
  19. Simples Enunciator Panel
  20. Fire Alarm Enunciator – Ferber
  21. Building Floor Plan
  22. Simples Device Address Listing
  23. Addressable Smoke Detectors
  24. Addressable Heat Detectors
  25. Pull Station
  26. Guarded Pull Station
  27. Horns and Strobes
  28. Control Relay Modules
  29. ADA Horns & Strobes Requirement
  30. Areas of Rescue
  31. Area Rescue Equipments
  32. Area Rescue Communications
  33. Preventative Maintenance
  34. Cleaning Procedure
  35. Data Retrieval
  36. Peak Alarms Percentage Sample
  37. Detector Cleaning

2nd Day                                                                                               

Unit 3: Firefighting system                                                                    

  1. Sprinkler Systems and Standpipe Oper.
  • Special Considerations
  • Operational Sequence Wet Pipe Syst.
  • Operational Sequence Dray Pipe
  • Operational Sequence Deluge System
  • Operational Sequence Pre action Syst.
  • Standpipe and Sprinkler System.
  • Regulating device
  • Rose bud
  • Wet system
  • Hose stations
  • Stand pipe connection
  • Stand pipe Operations
  • High rise / mall packs
  • Alternative methods to supply a sprinkler and / or standpipe system
  • Essentials of firefighting
  • Fire hose damage – mechanical
  • Fire hose damage – Thermal
  • Washing hose
  • Storing hose
  • Threaded fire hose couplings
  • Hose appliances
  • Hose tools
  • Donut roll
  • Twin donut roll
  • Self locking twin donut roll
  • Hose beds
  • Hose loading guidelines
  • Accordion load
  • Flat load
  • Finishes for reverse lays
  • Pre connected hose loads for attack lines
  • Preconnected flat load
  • Donning and doffing PPE
  • Care of personal protec. clothing

3rd  day                                                                                                          

Unite 4: Respiratory protection                              

  1. Respiratory protection
  2. Respiratory hazards of fires
  3. Smoke
  4. Oxygen deficiency
  5. Other toxic environments
  6. Conditions that require respiratory protection

Unit 5: Breathing Apparatus:                                 

  1. Types of breathing apparatus
  2. SCBA Standards of Regulations
  3. Limitations of SCBA
  4. Physical limitations of the user
  5. Components of SCBA
  6. SCBA Regulator operation
  7. SCBA Face piece assembly
  8. Pathway of air through an SCBA
  9. Skip-breathing technique
  10. Mounting breathing apparatus
  11. Donning SCBA
  12. Pre-donning SCBA check
  13. Safety precautions for SCBA
  14. Preparing for emergency situations
  15. Doffing SCBA
  16. Putting it all together
  17. SCBA Inspection and maintenance
  18. Daily inspection
  19. Monthly inspection
  20. Annual inspection
  21. Servicing SCBA cylinders
  22. Replacing SCBA cylinders
  23. Refilling SCBA cylinders
  24. Cleaning and sanitizing SCBA
  25. Summary

4th day                                                                                                            

Unit 6: fire fighter skills                                           

  1. Introduction
  2. Fire fighter qualifications
  3. Fire fighter safety
  4. Causes of fire fighter deaths and injuries
  5. Injury prevention
  6. Standards and procedures
  7. Personnel
  8. Training
  9. Equipments
  10. Safety and health
  11. Employee assistance programs
  12. Fire protection and prevention

Unit 7: Fire Brigades                                                 

Unit 8 : FIRST AID                                                                                        

5th day 

Practical training                                                                                            

Course Duration

5 days training 6 hours per day with practical training total of 30 hours