How confident are you that your employees will know what to do in the event of a fire? Do they understand the different types of combustibles and the hazards involved with incipient stage fires? Are they familiar with the different extinguishing agents and how to effectively operate a fire extinguisher?
Fire extinguishers are the first line of defence in fighting incipient stages fires. Most of the cases, mall fires can be extinguished before the activation of automatic sprinkler systems, saving hundreds of thousands of dollars in clean up and lost revenue. Unfortunately, most people are caught unprepared when a fire occurs. We can help!
Fyrepower Fire Protection can provide on-site training for both corporate and small business all over Gold Coast, Northern NSW and Brisbane areas. Our exciting, interactive and practical training satisfy Australian Standards requirements and all attendees will receive a Fire Training Certificate.
Call us today for additional details and pricing or to schedule an appointment with one of our certified technicians for a personalised quote. It could be the most important decision you make!
FIRE EXTINGUISHER TRAINING DETAILS:
- Location: your premisses or our classroom facility at our office in Varsity Lakes.
*Trainings in Tweed coast to and Beenleigh require a minimum of 10 people.
- Special price for trainings held in our office at Varsity Lakes – call the office to find out the next available dates.
- Classes duration of one hour.
- Practical fire training
- Certificate of attendance issued
- This training includes both theory and a practical component to ensure that staff can safely attend to small workplace fires.
What the training covers:
- Raising the alarm
- Fire safety & evacuation
- Identifying different fire classes
- Fire triangle theory
- Types of fire extinguishers and how to use them
- Safety procedures when fighting fires
- Firefighting tactics
- Using a fire blanket
- Practical session: safely using a fire extinguisher to extinguish a controlled fire
**** participants must wear appropriate clothing and closed footwear.