Fire Fighting Systems Design Course – Fire fighting

Online price: SAR 1200

Offline Price: SAR 2400

Course Duration: 5 Days 06pm TO 10pm

Duration (Hrs) 30 Hours/Hours

Course date: 21/04/2024

Course date (2): 12/05/2024

Course date (3): 23/06/2024

Course date (4): 21/07/2024

Category: Design Safety

Course Mentor: ESI

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The concept of fire safety refers to precautions taken to prevent or minimize the possibility of a fire occurring that could lead to death, injury, or property damage. It involves alerting facility workers to the presence of a fire so that they can stop the fire threat for themselves and the environment, evacuate affected areas, and extinguish the fires or mitigate the damage caused by the fire. The “Firefighting and Safety Evacuation” course is designed for professionals involved in fire planning, response, and suppression. This course aims to protect lives, property, and the future of organizations. It familiarizes participants with fire-related concepts, the fire triangle, fire safety guidelines, and firefighting techniques based on the latest global practices and methodologies through practical training.

Program Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

1. Manage and protect facilities from fire hazards.
2. Monitor and inspect fire protection requirements for buildings.
3. Develop fire incident response scenarios.
4. Study types of fires, explosions, and their causes.
5. Master fire handling rules and firefighting strategies.
6. Learn how to handle different emergencies and correct behavior.
7. Excel in emergency preparedness.
8. Identify sources of danger in buildings and how to secure them.
9. Implement safety procedures in case of a fire.
10. Excel in developing evacuation plans for administrative and industrial facilities.
11. Master general duties of rescue services.
12. Implement safety measures to prevent fires resulting from energy sources (electricity, gas, flammable liquids).

Targeted Audience:

1. Fire safety managers in facilities.
2. Fire officers.
3. Firefighting teams.
4. Rescue officers.
5. Emergency response teams.
6. Individuals interested in the fields of firefighting and rescue.

Lecture 1:

1. Introduction to fire safety design works.
2. Introduction to MEP (Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing) field.
3. Codes used in fire safety systems.
4. Types of fire suppression systems.
5. Components of water-based fire suppression systems.

Lecture 2:

1. Types of fire tanks and tank sizing calculation.
2. Introduction to fire pumps and their types.
3. Pump room and its components explained.
4. Determining pipe diameters and valves inside the pump room.
5. Pump operation, testing, and handover.

Lecture 3:

1. General evaluation of pumps and conducting tests.
2. Introduction to water spray systems.
3. Familiarity with types of water spray nozzles and their testing.
4. Introduction to ZCV (Zone Control Valve) and its components.
5. Distribution of sprinklers using AutoCAD.

Lecture 4:

1. Determining pipe diameters in the system.
2. Calculating flow rates for sprinklers.
3. Determining the design area.
4. Introduction to manual system components.
5. Manual hydraulic calculations.
6. Explanation of calculations and their application using Elite software.
7. Explanation of components and calculations of automatic gas firefighting.

Lecture 5:

1. Introduction to fire brigade connections.
2. Introduction to civil defense connections.
3. Introduction to fire cabinets and their types.
4. Study of fire extinguishers and their types.