Fire Safety Training

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Basic fire safety traning

Basic traning to advance

Fire safety and prevention is an issue for each and every one of us in society and taking the right kind of precautions against fire can make that vital difference between life and death. People staying in guest accommodation are entitled to expect that reasonable precautions are taken for their safety.

How AITO FIREWORK can help train your team?

AITO FIREWORK offer Fire Protection Solution & Fire Safety Training.  Our comprehensive courses can be tailored to your unique specifications and desired outcome. Carried out on-site or off-site, all of our courses are entirely flexible and are conducted at agreed locations and convenient times. So, to protect your employees and ensure that your staff are fully aware of the risk of fire and the best and safest way to deal with it, get in touch with the professionals at AITO FIREWORK today for more information on our fire safety training courses.

What do the courses include?

Most fire safety courses offer a mix of classroom-based learning and practical training experience, educating attendees on how to respond in the event of an emergency, how to use fire protection equipment (such as fire extinguishers), how different types of fire can start and the best ways to combat these fires. The programmes take pupils through the subject of fire on a step by step basis, from initial basic knowledge on the ways fire develops, and what can accelerate it, to more advanced modes of protection, including what type of fire equipment should be applied to varying kinds of fire. They also include training on evacuation procedures and attendees will be tutored on how to best gauge the safest exits, how to help vulnerable individuals out of the building and how to best cope with the fear and panic associated with an emergency.

The scope of this training is for the target groups of participants, staff, and customers.

  • Anyone with responsibility for fire safety in buildings example Safety and Health Officer and etc.
  • Management Officer of the company.
  • Committee members of that area.
  • Person in charge of that community.
  • Training provider and education industry.
  • Students that need to enhance the knowledge of the fire safety and looking new opportunities on the fire industries.
  • Anyone who provides service or advice to the Responsible Person/Duty Holder.

OBJECTIVE

On successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Able to follow the guide to fire protection in Malaysia and understand the major causes of fires, hazard and impact in the work place and learn how to prevent fires.
  • Learn on fire safety regulation and fire prevention technique.
  • To setup Emergency Team and understand the firefighting method.
  • To increase the awareness on the important of fire protection system.
  • To create an individual who has theoretical and practical knowledge in the field of fire safety.
  • Gain knowledge of the theory and practical application of the basic principles of constructional fire protection.

Advance fire safety traning

More advance traning

On successful completion of this course, participants will be able to

  • Able to follow the guide to fire protection in Malaysia and understand the major causes of fires, hazard and impact in the work place and learn how to prevent fires.
  • Learn on fire safety regulation and fire prevention technique.
  • To setup Emergency Team and understand the firefighting method.
  • To increase the awareness on the important of fire protection system.
  • To create an individual who has theoretical and practical knowledge in the field of fire safety.
  • Gain knowledge of the theory and practical application of the basic principles of constructional fire protection
  • To create the perfect blend of knowledge, practical experience and relevance to equip graduates with the confidence and skills they need to get ahead in the world of work.

The scope of this training is for the target groups of participants, staff, and customers.

  • A fire industry professional who would like to broaden their knowledge to include systems outside of their area of expertise.
  • Fire safety consultants and fire investigators.
  • Fire surveyors, loss adjusters and loss assessors.
  • Fire safety managers and fire safety officers.
  • Architects, building control officers, regulators and specifiers.
  • Fire service officers.

Optional Module for Advance Fire safety training

  1. Dangerous Fire Extinguish Program
  2. Proper Breather Equipment Program
  3. Search and Rescue Program
  4. Emergency Response and Disaster Management Program
  5. HAZMAT Training
  6. Leadership in Wildland Fires Program
  7. Technical Rope Rescue Training
  8. CBRNE International First Responder Training Program
  9. HAZMAT Team Certification Program
  10. Chemical Weaponary Workshop
  11. NIOSH Train The Trainers Certification for Industrial.

Importantly the responsible person must also provide adequate fire safety training to their staff, which will take account of the findings of the risk assessment and explain the emergency procedures. All staff are at least, expected to know the location of fire protection equipment and basic operating procedures, just in case they are needed. Appropriate staff, such as fire marshals, would need suitable additional training. Clearly safety is paramount and no one should attempt to tackle a fire unless it is safe to do so. Many do not consider the fact that an individual may need an extinguisher to aid their escape in the event of a fire, with comments such as ‘if there’s a fire I will just run’ being very common, but few consider that they may not be able to ‘just run’.

Knowing how to operate the extinguisher is not the end of training. Employee responders to a fire also should be trained to adhere to the following protocol:

  • If appropriate, sound the fire alarm or call the fire department immediately.
  • Before approaching the fire, determine an evacuation route safe of flames, excessive heat and smoke. Do not allow this evacuation route to become blocked.
  • Use the PASS technique for discharging an extinguisher and back away from the area if the fire flares up again.
  • If the extinguisher is empty and the fire is not out, evacuate immediately.
  • If the fire grows beyond what can be safely handled, evacuate immediately.

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