Response to Fire Emergency in Buildings aims to equip learners with the skills necessary to be part of a CERT team to handle fire emergencies in buildings. The skills includes evacuation plans and protocols as one of the most important features for a fire emergency in a buildings. Learners will also be taught the proper techniques to operate a Breathing Apparatus (BA) set.
To prepare CERT members with the knowledge and application skills to function as a member of an emergency response team in order to implement the emergency response skills during an emergency incident in buildings.
Legislations & regulations of fire safety and protection Overview of Company Emergency Response Team (CERT) Types of premises are affected and will be required to form CERT Causes of fire and potential fire hazard scenarios and Injury Different type of fire safety and protection systems Categories and purpose of Breathing Apparatus Components of Breathing Apparatus and usage of Breathing Apparatus Factors influencing consumption rate of Breathing Apparatus Breathing Apparatus components guidelines and entrapment procedures High rise fighting problems and firefighting operations Fire safety common first aid equipment and Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) Rescue and evacuation techniques Firefighting equipment Protocols of handing over incidents Who Should Attend?
CERT members in Public and Industrial buildings with valid petroleum and flammable materials storage license (< 5 metric tonnes).
Medical Requirements *COMPULSARY*
Participant is required to undergo a medical check-up if he/she intends to attend the 2-day or 3-day CERT course. The Medical Report is to be submitted to Avanta 1 week before the course commencement.
Course schedule dates to be released in August.
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