Advanced Certificate In Fire Prevention & System Control‎

Code : 7/38

Why Attend This Training Course?

Fire Safety within a building or plant must be managed to be effective. Naturally, there cannot be an "off the shelf solution". Every workplace is different. Therefore, Fire prevention  and associated Fire Risk Assessments are not theoretical exercises. The purpose of this Advanced Course is to improve Fire Safety in your building Ask yourself that if a major fire occurred in your Section, Department or Plant will people, including visitors and contractors, know exactly what to do and where to go? Will members of staff be able to instigate and implement the available Emergency Procedures? To help answer these questions, this training course will investigate the principles and practices of Warnings, Evacuation, Emergency Procedures, Training and Exercises.

What Is The Training Course Methodology?

This training course methodology depends on enabling participants to interact and exchange experiences, explore their competencies and achieve their career aspirations, using forward-thinking training arts, such as theoretical lectures and/or open discussion to exchange opinions and experiences, scenarios, innovative thinking brainstorming. Participants will receive an agenda including training material as a reference, in addition to some extra notes and booklets. 

Who Should Attend This Training Course?

This training course is designed for Industrial security department staff and fire maintenance equipment specialists at industrial and service facilities.

What Is The Training Course Objectives?

  • Definition of different concepts of emotional intelligence
  • Define sources of fire
  • How to prevent the source of fire
  • Introduce the types of manual and automated fire extinguishing equipment used worldwide
  • Practical training on the maintenance of various firefighting equipment

What Is The Training Course Curriculum?

Fire Alarm and Fire Extinguishing Systems
  • Classification of fire hazards according to the NFPA fire code
  • Fire alarm systems NFPA73
  • Latest technology in fire alarm systems NFPA73
  • Fire alarm systems by detecting invisible smoke
  • Fire alarm systems by detecting smoke with smoke-sensitive video cameras
Fire Extinguishing Systems
  • Sprinkler Fire extinguishing system according to the NFPA13 fire code
  • Fire Extinguishers Network
  • Mist fire system according to the NFPA13 fire code
  • HiFog fire system with cylinder system according to the NFPA13 fire code
  • HiFog fire hose network according to the NFPA750 fire code
  • Fire extinguishing system and fire boxes according to code NFPA14
  • NFP20 Fire Extinguishers
  • Fire Extinguishers Network according to NFPA750 Fire Code
  • Foam Fire extinguishers
  • Fire extinguishers using air tanks with an oxygen content of less than 15.5%
  • Designing fire extinguishing systems that continuously maintain oxygen content less than 15.5%
Non-Refillable Solid Material Fire Extinguishers
  • FM200 fire extinguishing methods
  • CO2 fire extinguishing methods
  • Chemical powder fire extinguishers
  • Distribution of hand extinguishers in places according to degrees of risk
  • Hydraulic calculation and pressure loss in the fire extinguishing network NFPA13 
Prevention and Fire Safety Vision and Contingency Plans
  • Fire losses and fire safety requirements
  • Fluid and flammable liquids and flash point
  • Civil defense requirements for protection against fire
  • Successful fire prevention steps
  • Testing methods for fire extinguishing systems
  • Lighting of emergency passages
  • Sign Requirements and instructions in different facilities
  • Team work during fire hazards
  • Effective team technology to manage emergency plan during fire
  • Testing escape and evacuation plans
  • Fixed fire equipment 
Effective Safety Methods of Fire Protection and Fire Extinguishing Systems
  • Manual fire extinguishers
  • Manual fire extinguishers according to gravity
  • Measurement of fire prevention systems and firefighting devices
  • Effectiveness of the contingency plan
  • Emergency plan and evaluating the response
  • An effective emergency plan workshop
  • Evacuation plans 
Fire Equipment Maintenance Requirements and Considerations
  • Case study for fire equipment maintenance requirements
  • Behavior of individuals during the fire and the use of fire equipment
  • Program for previous plans
  • Open discussion 
Basic Requirements for Fire Safety and Performance of Fire Fighting Systems
  • Site safety against fire
  • How to manage fire extinguishing and emergency systems during the fire
  • Preparing an emergency plan working group
  • Emergency communication for escape and evacuation plans
  • Training manual to raise the efficiency of those responsible for fire extinguishing systems
  • Simulation of escape and evacuation plan
  • How to design escape routes and secure them against fire
  • How to choose the assembly of workers in safe places during the fire Modern communication systems during the fire
  • Case study
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