Firefighting and Safe Evacuation Design and Implementation

Online price: SAR 1200

Offline Price: SAR 2400

Course Duration: 5 days

Duration (Hrs) 30 Hours/Hours

Course Mentor: ESI

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An introduction:

The concept of fire safety: refers to the precautions taken to prevent or reduce the possibility of a fire that may lead to death, injury or property damage, and to alert workers in the facility to the presence of a fire if it occurs so that workers can stop the threat of fire for For them and for the environment as well, evacuating areas affected by humans and working to put out those fires, or to reduce the damage caused by fire, the “Fire Fighting and Security Evacuation” course is designed for professions interested in planning, responding to fires, and putting out fires. Where firefighting protects the life, property, and future of the institution. This course is based on introducing participants to the concepts related to fire, the fire triangle, guidelines, and methods of firefighting according to the latest global practices, methodologies, and practical training in firefighting.

Program Goals:

After completing this course, participants will be able to:

  • Obtain management of the protection of facilities from the dangers of fire.
  • Follow-up and inspect the requirements for protecting the building from the dangers of fire.
  • Prepare scenarios for dealing with fire accidents.
  • Study the types of fires and explosions and their causes.
  • Master the rules of dealing with fire and combat strategy.
  • Deal with various accidents and correct behavior.
  • Master the appropriate behavior in emergency situations.
  • Determine the sources of danger in the building and how to secure them.
  • Improve safety measures in the event of a fire.
  • Obtain excellence in preparing an evacuation plan for administrative and industrial facilities.
  • Master the general duties of the rescue service.
  • Safety measures to prevent fires as a result of using energy sources (electricity – gas – flammable liquids).

Target groups:

  • Fire official in the facilities.
  • Fire officers.
  • Fire extinguishing kits.
  • Rescue Officer.
  • Emergency rumble.
  • Those interested in the fields of firefighting and rescue.

Program content:

  • Fire control strategies.
  • Fire characteristics and major fire emergencies.
  • The dangers of major fires spreading.
  • Key elements of a fire risk reduction plan.
  • Requirements for the design and construction of the building.
  • Specifications for building firefighting equipment.
  • Effectiveness and efficiency of the major fire risk reduction plan.
  • What is the purpose of protection and insurance procedures?
  • Major firefighting methods.
  • personal risk – destructive risk – exposure risk.

Key elements of a fire risk reduction plan:

  • Requirements for the design and construction of the building.
  • Choosing a building site.
  • Building construction elements and emergency exits.
  • Alarms and extinguishers in the event of a fire.
  • Roads and corridors – directional signs.
  • Alternative means of escape – ventilation methods.
  • Fire breaks – and assembly points requirements.

Requirements for the contents of the plant and the energy sources used in it:

  • Energy sources used in the building.
  • Electrical connections and load distribution requirements.
  • Flammable gases and liquids.
  • Building contents and flammable materials.
  • Storage methods and requirements.
  • Storage inside the building and storage outside the building.
  • Specifications for building firefighting equipment.
  • Fixed extinguishing equipment.

Alarm and firefighting engineering in industrial facilities:

  • Manual Alarm – Telephone Alarm – Automatic Alarm.
  • smoke control systems.
  • Indoor fire network.
  • Emergency operations room and its equipment.
  • Main alarm panel and combustion product detectors.
  • Addressable Fire alarm system.
  • Conventional Fire alarm system.
  • Mobile firefighting equipment.

Techniques for planning emergency, rescue and evacuation:

  • Classification of emergencies in important facilities.
  • The main objectives of the emergency plan.
  • Who assesses the situation and determines the level of emergency?
  • Effectiveness and efficiency of the emergency plan.
  • The main stages of contingency planning.
  • Basic requirements for the elements of an emergency plan.
  • Dynamic evacuation, rescue and training plans.
  • Rapid position recovery and resumption of operations.
  • Conducting an accident investigation to find out the causes.
  • Various equipment for the emergency operating room.
  • Duties of crews in an emergency.
  • Mock Experiments and Training | Drills.
  • Practical workshop (preparing emergency, rescue and evacuation plans.)