COURSES

Fire Fighting Training Course | Intensive Program | 2 Days

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Course Overview

This course is specially designed to introduce participants to the duties and responsibilities of a fire fighting team, and to obtain the necessary skills in fire safety, prevention and risk assessment. This course provides awareness of the danger of fire, guidance in the use of fire extinguishers and how to carry out the fire routine procedure. It also includes intensive elements in fire fighting like Hose Team, Drills and Introduction to Fire Truck and Equipment’s Functions.

Course Objectives

  • Demonstrate the use of the fire extinguisher promptly
  • Demonstrate the correct skills to form a hose team
  • Demonstrate the ability to manage fire, safely and effectively

Who Should Attend

  • OSH Practitioners
  • Safety & Health Personnel
  • Persons who involved in fire routine procedure
  • Fire Team Members, Fire Wardens
  • Safety and Health Committee Members
  • Emergency Response Team Members
  • All levels of employees and interested individuals

Entry Requirements

  • Physically and mentally fit
  • Free from blood borne infections diseases, e.g. Hepatitis B, HIV/AIDS
  • Free to leave their work immediately to respond to an emergency
  • Experience in fire safety is an added advantage and is highly recommended

The Training Approach and Methologies

Theory Session

  • Informative, dynamic & highly engaging presentation
  • Interactive and fun
  • User friendly handouts
  • Attention-grabbing audio-visual aids, real scene photographs, video clips, multimedia presentation

Practical Session

  • Hands-On experience
  • Participant-orientated

 

Certification

  • Having completed the course, participants will be awarded with Certificate of Training.

Delivery of Certificate

  • Certificate will be delivered to the client's correspondence address within 21 working days after course completion.

Validity of Certificate

  • Without retraining, complete knowledge might be forgotten while skills may deteriorate rapidly when not being used / practiced. Therefore, yearly retraining is very much recommended.