Firefighting Equipment Training
This course provides participants with the skills and knowledge required to operate and check firefighting equipment in accordance with manufacturers instructions and workplace emergency procedures, including identifying and selecting the appropriate equipment, using the firefighting equipment to fight a fire, and checking that the firefighting equipment is operational.
In accordance with the OHS Act 2000 and OHS Regulations 2001 under Duty of Care, an employer must provide employees with instruction, training and supervision in the safe operation of any equipment used in the workplace. This course provides evidence of training.
- What to do in the event of a fire?
- Types of fires;
- Fire fighting equipment best suited to contain and extinguish a fire;
- Emergencies in the workplace and how to report an emergency;
- Evacuation procedures;
- Competency assessment;
- Course Outcomes.
On completion of this course, participants will
- Know the correct procedures for reporting an emergency;
- Know the evacuation procedures;
- Be able to identify correct fire fighting equipment for situations and use the fire fighting equipment provided in the workplace. Each successful participant will receive a Certificate of Attendance.
- 2 hours includes both theory and practical training.
This course is provided at your site – for a maximum number of 15 people per session.