“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” Benjamin Franklin

All Employee should receive Fire Safety Training in following Topics

  • The items listed in the premises Fire Emergency Plan;
  • The importance of fire first aid fire fighting and other basic fire-prevention measures;
  • Where relevant, the appropriate use of firefighting equipment;
  • The importance of reporting to the assembly area;
  • Exit routes and the operation of exit devices;
  • Do’s & don’ts related to fire safety

When Training is Necessary

  • If employees start employment or are transferred into the premises;
  • If changes have been made to the Fire Emergency Plan and the preventive and protective measures;
  • Where working practices and processes or people’s responsibilities change;
  • To take account of any changed risks to the safety of employees or other relevant persons;
  • To ensure that employees know what they have to do to safeguard themselves and others on the premises;

Directorate of Industrial Safety and Health, Labour and Employment Department, Government of Gujarat

All Our Training Courses are approved as per section 111 (A) of the Factory Act 1948

Individual Attendance certificate will be issued to all participants

Basic Fire Fighting Training 

This course is intended to give factory, office or site staff etc, a basic understanding of the use and limitations of portable fire-fighting equipment, and includes practical training on live fires.

Who for?

Staff who have access to extinguishers in their workplace.

Aim of the Course

To provide employees with the information to be able to assess and extinguish small fires.

Objectives: –

  • At the end of the course attendees will be able to:-
  • Identify how fires start and spread.
  • State the classes of fire.
  • Identify and be able to use the correct fire extinguisher.
  • Understand the limitations of an extinguisher.

Venue : Training will be on site.

Duration of Course : 01 day /2 days (Customization is available)

Number of delegates : As per client Requirement

SYLLABUS:-

  • Theory of combustion and fire triangle/tetrahedron
  • Fire classification: Classes A, B, C, D fires
  • First aid fire fighting equipment: Types, use and limitations
  • Practical Fire Extinguisher Use
  • Use of portable extinguishers on class A, B & C fires
  • Fires involving electrical equipment
  • Action in case of fire, evacuation
  • Use of fire fighting equipment do’s and don’ts of fire fighting, and limitations of portable fire fighting equipment

Requirements:

  1. A room with a mains power socket, projector, and sufficient seating for trainees. It will also be useful if theroom can be darkened.
  2. An outside area suitable for using fire extinguishers on several small fires without causing annoyance to neighbours

Advance Fire Fighting Training 

Aim of the course:
To give fire marshals / fire wardens a more advanced insight into the dangers of fire, and the limitations and use of first aid fire-fighting equipment.

Objectives:
Delegates should, after completing the course, be able to:

• Perform the duties of a fire marshal/warden
• Understand the importance of fire safety at work
• Identify the classes of fire
• Recognize and use first aid fire-fighting equipment safely

Venue : Training will be on site.
Course Duration : 1/2 days ( we can also customize as per the clients requirement. 
Number of delegates : as per client requirement.

Syllabus
• Understanding fire & fire survival
• The mechanism of fire, how fire kills, and how to protect against it.
• Human behavior in fire
• Illustrates how people behave in fire, and how fire marshals can overcome them.
• Fire routines
• The role of the fire warden / fire marshal
• Classes of fire & fire extinguishing media
• Action in case of fire, evacuation
• Practical fire fighting
• Use of portable extinguishers on class A, B & C fires
• Simulation of fires involving electricity
• Chip pan fire demonstration

Requirements:
1. A room with sufficient comfortable seating, Projector, writing board and a mains power socket for display
equipment. It will help if the room can be darkened slightly to enhance projector luminance.
2. An outside area suitable for using fire extinguishers on several small fires without causing annoyance to
neighbours.

Fire Awareness Training 

Aim of the Course
To provide employees with an awareness of fire precautions and the threat posed by fire and their responsibility in preventing an outbreak of fire.

Objectives
By the end of the course

attendees will be able to:-
• Identify how fires start and spread.
• Identify the fire hazards in their workplace/area and how best to reduce them.
• Identify and be able to use the correct fire extinguisher.
• Understand the need for Means of Escape, Emergency Lighting, Fire Procedures Good Housekeeping and Fire Awareness.
• Record keeping in log book appropriate to a legal requirement.
Venue : Training will be on site.
Duration of Course : Half day (Times flexible to your requirements).
Number of delegates : As per client requirement

SYLLABUS
• Understanding fire & fire survival
• The mechanism of fire, how fire kills, and how to protect against it
• Fire prevention, requirement of house keeping, identification fire hazard
• Classes of fire & fire extinguishers
• The role of the fire team member
• Emphasis on teamwork and good communications
• Action in case of fire, evacuation
• Practical Fire-fighting exercises
• Practical use of fire fighting equipment.
• Real fire exercises enabling team members to put into practice firefighting theory and team skills.

Requirements:
1. A room with sufficient comfortable seating, Projector, writing board and a mains power socket for display
equipment. It will help if the room can be darkened slightly to enhance projector luminance.
2. An outside area suitable for using fire extinguishers on several small fires without causing annoyance to
neighbours.

 

Fire Safety for Nursing and Health Care Industry course

Who for?
Staff who are responsible for persons in all working environments including residential homes and Hospitals.

Aim of the Course

  • This course is designed to raise fire awareness concerning the behaviour of people in a fire and the threat
    that fire poses to people and the continuity of your business.
  • The course will help support an essential part of your legal responsibilities and provide specific training for
    management and staff of nursing and residential care homes. It will equip staff with the necessary practical
    skills to take the correct actions in the event of a fire with regard to evacuation procedures and the selection
    and correct use of fire extinguishers appropriate to your workplace risks.
  • The course will be designed to meet your specific ci