Fire- fighting Training
Objective: This course is aimed at preparing the team for controlling and extinguishing the fire.
Content: This is a basic course which gives details on classification of fire. The basic principles of PASS. This training course gives inputs on chemicals used to control the Fire. The course includes live demonstrations through some videos /Do & Don’ts in case of Fire.
First aid training
Objective; To deal with emergencies and to assess and treat injuries.
Content of training
- Accident scene management
- Circulation, wounds, bleeding
- Respiration, asphyxia and CPR (Cardio Pulmonary Rescucitation)
- Emergency first aid kit contents
- Dressings & Bandaging, fractures, sprains & Strains
- Burns and Scalds, Chemical Poisons, Asphyxia
- Medical emergencies, crush and spinal injuries
- Excavation safety:
Contents : HIRA, control measures, role of entrant, attendant and supervisors, lock-out and tagout, importance of PPE, practical demonstration through videos.
- Heat stroke:
Content of training: heat illness, risk factors for heat illness, symptoms of heat exhaustion, symptoms of heat stroke, prevention of heat illness, protection of workers from heat.
- Working at height:
Contents: HIRA, PROVISION FOR height safety, ladder rules, scaffhold safety, active and passive fall protection system, importance of work permit, introduction of fall arrestors.
Fire Marshall Training
- Objective: Premises with a large number of occupants on various floors within a building would require to have trained Fire Marshalls who would oversee/implement fire safety procedures, prevention, building evacuation.Training contents:
- Principles of combustion
- How fire spread
- Use of fire fighting equipment
- Fire extinguishers
- Role of Fire Marshall in event of fire alarm
- Assembly points/ Roll calls
Fire Mock Drill
Objective: Aim of training is to prepare for Emergency preparedness
Training Programme contents:
- The key elements of an Evacuation Plan
- Understanding the roles and
- responsibilities of the members of the Fire Safety Team
- Understanding the role of the individual in the face of a fire emergency
- Appointment of the Fire Safety Team
Objective: To identify the skills and techniques involved in safe lifting, putting down, pushing, pulling, carrying or moving a load.
To increase awareness of safe manual handling of loads and to reduce the risk of occupational injury while carrying out manual handling task in the workplace.
Course content: Workplace hazards, risks of injury, exposure controls, body mechanics, dangerous movement, eight principles of safe lifting, injury prevention.
Who should attend:
Any person who is involved in manual handling in the workplace and wants to learn how to conduct a personal risk assessment and move and handle loads safely.