Fire Safety Training Australia
We deliver Fire Safety Training at your workplace for your staff according to Australian Standards. We also provide interactive online fire safety training courses which you can complete in just 15 minutes.
The Fire Safety Training is completed on site at your business. All personnel attending the training receive a certificate of completion. Fire warden certificates are valid for 1 year from date of training, and First attack certificates are valid for two years.
The training is made up of two components, theoretical and practical.
First Attack Fire Safety Training
Topics that will be covered during this training session are:
- Protecting people
- How to protect your own safety & the safety of others
- Protecting property
- Restoring normality to the area affected by fire
Fires in the Workplace
- The characteristics of a fire
- What is fire?
- First attack firefighting equipment
- First attack firefighting procedures
- Fire Protection features of buildings
- What types of fire extinguishers are there
- What extinguisher is used on what fire
- How to use a fire extinguisher
- What are they?
- When to use them
- How to use a fire blanket safely
- What is a hose reel?
- When do you use a hose reel?
- How to use a hose reel
First attack response procedures
- The 6 steps to take in an emergency
- Classification of materials – A-B-C-D-E-F
- In depth discussion of fire extinguishers & their use
- The classes of fire & the appropriate extinguisher to use
Other Details About Our Fire Safety Training
A written test paper exam is completed by each member of the class
There is also a hands on demonstration on how to use a fire extinguisher where class members are shown the steps and use an extinguisher. Using a live flame is no longer acceptable in some areas. FCF have created a flip sign that when the base is targeted correctly the sign flips to show the fire is extinguished.
Coming soon is an online fire training course that will designed for time poor companies. Shift workers are suited to this type of training due to limited acceptable work time. Contact FCF Fire & Electrical and we will notify you of the launch date in 2017.
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