The tools and information for teaching people of all ages about the fire and how to make choices regarding safety.

NFPA Powered “Fire Safety Training Programme”.

To fight a fire successfully, you must first understand it. How it grows and spreads. What are its many forms?

“Know your Enemy First”

 

Lack of training is your biggest fire risk…
Of the many thousands of offices, shops and factories that are faced by fire every year, more than half probably have firefighting equipment installed. The reason for this rather shocking statistic is that even the most advanced firefighting equipment is greatly hampered when the user is untrained. Which is why it is legally mandatory in western countries for commercial establishments to conduct regular fire safety training programs for their employees.
Know details of your enemy before you are forced to fight against it.
There are clear, pre-defined procedures for activating and operating different types of fire extinguishers. In order to effectively fight a fire, an individual needs to be familiar with the different types of fire, the different types of extinguishers, the operation of Different Types of fire fighting equipment and the procedures for activation and usage of each of this equipment. Yet, surprisingly, many people attempt to learn how to use a firefighting equipment when they are actually face-to-face with a real fire.

There’s more to fire safety than just fighting a fire.

Firefighting is just one aspect of fire safety. An understanding of how fire operates, basic fire prevention practices and the importance of smoke detection systems can work towards ensuring that you never actually have to face a fire, leave alone fight it. And, as every trained firefighter will testify, the most critical aspect of training for a fire situation is the evacuation plan: ensuring that everyone on the premises knows what to do in an emergency.

Basic Fire Safety Training

Basic fire Safety Training comprises of:-
Importance to know fire with examples
Fire accidents brief case study
Understanding of fire – characteristics of fire
How fire grows and spreads
Different types of fire
Basics of controlling any fire
How different types of Fire can be controlled and extinguished

Different types of firefighting equipment in any premises
Understanding of operation of fire extinguishers
Understanding the properties of different firefighting agents.
Understanding by-products of fire
Why smoke is more dangerous than fire
Effects of smoke inhalation
How to avoid smoke inhalation in fire incidents.
How to evacuate safely in fire accidents
First aid for any injury, smoke inhalation, Fire burns etc.
What to do if a colleague goes to shock or heart attack
Discussion on evacuation plan and firefighting plan
Live demonstration of firefighting

Advance Fire Safety Training

Advanced Fire Safety Training is comprised of:-
All points of Basic Fire Safety Training
Appointments of Fire safety team
Understanding role of fire safety team members
Understanding role of each individual
A real fire evacuation drill is conducted at the premises
The Evacuation and Fire Fighting plan input in action
First aid with actual demonstration of CPR or Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation
Safe evacuation of casualty with or without the help of stretcher.
Live demonstration of Firefighting equipment.
Complete analysis of the entire Fire Drill and use the feedback to help improve response times and ensure that is the event of a real emergency, the employees are better prepared.