PRACTICAL                                                     FIRE FIGHTING                                               ...
COURSE CONTENT       ALL SESSIONS WILL BE       THEORY AND PRACTICAL BASEDDAY1 FIRE BEHAVIOR/CHEMISTRY OF COMBUSTION      ...
COURSE CONTENT      ALL SESSIONS WILL BE      THEORY AND PRACTICAL BASEDDAY4 FIRE SUPPRESSION        Explain the gas cooli...
PRACTICALFIRE FIGHTING                                                                                         REGISTRATIO...
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Practical Fire Fighting Training Workshop 25 - 29 Nov 2012 Abu Dhabi UAE

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This training is a 5 day course consisting of classroom and hands-on field application training. To produce firefighters who meet the requirements of NFPA1001/472 and are job ready at an entry level.

Practical Fire Fighting Training Workshop

COURSE OVERVIEW
The Practical Fire Fighting Training Workshop is specifically designed for your Fire & HSE teams who may be called upon to handle & manage an emergency or disaster situation.

With the higher risks associated with expanding industry there is a real need for more people to be trained in fire fighting & incident management to prevent the loss of life and damage to infrastructure.

This training is a 5 day course consisting of classroom and hands-on field application training. Training is conducted through student participation, operational classes, case studies, field exercises and scenarios, classroom exercises and discussions.

COVERAGE

Fire Behavior/Chemistry of Combustion
Firefighter Personal Protective Equipment
Fire Streams-Class B/Foam Systems
Incident Management System
Fire Detection, Alarm, and Suppression Systems
Fire Suppression
Hazardous Materials Awareness & Operations (Specific to Class B Firefighting and Pressurized tanks)


About the Certification:

This course is based on the Standard set by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Standard 1001, FF1 and 2.
This Certification has a 3 Year Validity.
Certified ISO 9001.

This is simply the best option when you need to enhance safety and improve the skills of your employees.
An expert NFPA qualified instructor, assisted by an Arab speaking trainer, will guide you through the code they helped develop.

Contact Kris at kris@360bsi.com for further details.

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Practical Fire Fighting Training Workshop 25 - 29 Nov 2012 Abu Dhabi UAE

  1. 1. PRACTICAL FIRE FIGHTING TRAINING WORKSHOP 25 - 29 NOVEMBER 2012 EMIRATES TECHNICAL & SAFETY DEVELOPMENT CENTRESAFETY MUSSAFAHSERIES ABU DHABI, UAE bic d with an Ara Jo intly delivere iner. ra About the Certification: speaking co-t 1. This course is based on the Standard set by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Standard 1001, FF1 and 2. 2. This Certification has a 3 Year Validity. 3. Certified ISO 9001. YOUR INTERNATIONAL COURSE FACILITATOR Michael E. Cadotte COURSE OVERVIEW The Practical Fire Fighting Training Workshop is specifically designed for your Fire & Chief Instructor HSE teams who may be called upon to handle & manage an emergency or disaster situation. With the higher risks associated with expanding industry there is a real need for more people to be trained in fire fighting & incident management to prevent the Michael Cadotte has a long career in virtually all areas of fire loss of life and damage to infrastructure. fighting, training & fire prevention. With over 25 years This training is a 5 day course consisting of classroom and hands-on field experience as a Professional Firefighter, Michael has the application training. Training is conducted through student participation, background knowledge and hands-on experience to ensure operational classes, case studies, field exercises and scenarios, classroom exercises that Delegates receive only the most up-to-date and and discussions. professional training available. PROGRAM PREREQUISITES: PROFILE Ensure fire fighters meet professional qualifications with the updated NFPA 1001. Certificate in Fire Service Management NFPA 1001: Standard for Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications identifies the Teaching and Training Adults Certificate Program minimum job performance requirements for career and volunteer fire fighters Certificate in Fire Service Leadership whose duties are primarily structural in nature. In a major change, the 2008 edition Ontario Management Certificate Program moves from Fire Fighter II to Fire Fighter I, the minimum requirement for Paramedic Studies Diploma Program Competencies for First Responder at the Operational Level for Responders to Bachelor of Arts, Criminology Hazardous Materials Incidents. This edition also includes the addition of a Skills Law and Public Protection Administration Program Maintenance requirement. Ontario Fire Marshals Company Officer Certification Ensure competency and document the two important levels of progression for fire Program fighters with the 2008 NFPA 1001. (Softbound, 22 pp. 2008) Prior to commencement of the Program all candidates must be in medically and 1 Certified Instructor in CRP, Defibrillation. First Aid and First physically fit condition. Response training, proven ability to provide full training in both English & French. The strength of this program will not only lie in the high quality of the curriculum 2 Experienced in all aspects of fire fighting and rescue, including but in the dedication and commitment of our Professional Instructor. An active advanced medical responses, fire suppression, rescue, Advisory Committee, made up of respected professionals from within the fire hazardous material response, vehicle extrication and fire service, will ensure the currency and relevancy of all aspects of this dynamic prevention. program. 3 Comprehensive working knowledge of the Fire, Building and NFPA codes. 4 Advanced working knowledge of fire and police dispatching. COVERAGE COVERAGE COVERAGE 5 Affiliations & Memberships: Fire Behavior/Chemistry of Combustion - Ontario Association of Fire Engineers - Municipal Fire Service Instructors Association Firefighter Personal Protective Equipment - Ontario Firefighter Association Fire Streams-Class B/Foam Systems - International Firefighter Association Incident Management System Fire Detection, Alarm, and Suppression Systems Fire Suppression Hazardous Materials Awareness & Operations (Specific to Class B Firefighting and Pressurized tanks) © 360 BSI (M) Sdn Bhd (833835-X), Level 8 Pavilion KL, 168 Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 1
  2. 2. COURSE CONTENT ALL SESSIONS WILL BE THEORY AND PRACTICAL BASEDDAY1 FIRE BEHAVIOR/CHEMISTRY OF COMBUSTION Describe physical and chemical changes of matter related to fire. Discuss modes of combustion, the fire triangle, and the fire tetrahedron. Explain the difference between heat and temperature. Describe sources of heat energy. Discuss the transmission of heat. Explain how the physical states of fuel affect the combustion process. Explain how oxygen concentration affects the combustion process. Discuss self-sustained chemical reaction involved in the combustion process. Describe common products of combustion. Distinguish among classifications of fires. DAY3 Describe the stages of fire development within a compartment. INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Summarize factors that affect fire development within a compartment. Discuss emergency scene preparedness. Describe methods used to control and extinguish fire. Discuss emergency scene safety. Summarize general guidelines for scene FIREFIGHTER PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT management including highway incidents, crowd Describe the purpose of protective clothing and equipment. control, and cordoning off emergency scenes. Describe characteristics of protective clothing and equipment. Explain the importance of personnel accountability. Summarize guidelines for the care of personal protective clothing. Summarize basic interior operations techniques. List the four common respiratory hazards associated with fires and other Describe emergency escape and rapid intervention. emergencies. Respond to an incident, correctly mounting and Distinguish among characteristics of respiratory hazards. dismounting an apparatus. Describe physical, medical, and mental factors that affect the firefighter’s Set up and operate in work areas at an incident ability to use respiratory protection effectively. using traffic and scene control devices. Describe equipment and air-supply limitations of SCBA. Discuss effective air management. FIRE DETECTION, ALARM AND Distinguish among characteristics of air-purifying respirators, open-circuit SUPPRESSION SYSTEMS SCBA, and closed-circuit SCBA. List functions of fire detection, alarm, and Describe basic SCBA component assemblies. suppression systems. Discuss storing protective breathing apparatus. Discuss general automatic sprinkler protection and Summarize recommendations for the use of PASS devices. types of coverage. Describe precautionary safety checks for SCBA. Describe control valves and operating valves used in Discuss general donning and doffing considerations for SCBA. sprinkler systems. Summarize general items to check in daily, weekly, monthly, and annual SCBA Describe major applications of sprinkler systems. inspections. Discuss operations at fires in protected properties. Summarize safety precautions for refilling SCBA cylinders. Operate a sprinkler system control valve. Discuss safety precautions for SCBA use. Manually stop the flow of water from a sprinkler. Describe actions to take in emergency situations using SCBA. Connect hoseline to a sprinkler system FDC. Discuss operating in areas of limited visibility while wearing SCBA. Describe types of heat detectors. Discuss exiting areas with restricted openings under emergency conditions Describe types of smoke detectors/alarms. while wearing SCBA. Explain how flame detectors and fire-gas detectors Don PPE and SCBA for use at an emergency. operate. Doff PPE and SCBA and prepare for reuse. Discuss combination detectors and indicating Inspect PPE and SCBA for use at an emergency incident. devices. Clean and sanitize PPE and SCBA. Describe types of automatic alarm systems. Fill an SCBA cylinder from a cascade system and a compressor/purifier. Discuss supervising fire alarm systems and auxiliary Perform emergency operations procedures for an SCBA. services. Exit a constricted opening while wearing standard SCBA. Describe the operation of an automatic fire sprinklerDAY2 FIRE STREAMS-CLASS B/FOAM SYSTEMS system. Discuss water supply for sprinkler systems. List methods that are used with fire streams to reduce the heat from a fire and Describe major applications of sprinkler systems. provide protection to firefighters and exposures. Discuss the extinguishing properties of water. Describe friction loss. Define water hammer. Distinguish among characteristics of fire stream sizes. Discuss types of streams and nozzles. Discuss handling handline nozzles. Describe types of nozzle control valves. List checks that should be included in nozzle inspections. Operate a solid-stream nozzle, fog-stream nozzle & broken-stream nozzle. Describe the suppression characteristics of fire fighting foam. Define terms associated with types of foam and the foam-making process. Discuss how foam is generated. Discuss foam concentrates. Describe methods by which foam may be proportioned. Discuss foam proportioners. Discuss foam delivery devices. List reasons for failure to generate foam or for generating poor-quality foam. Describe foam application techniques. Discuss hazards associated with foam concentrates. Place a foam line in service — In-line eductor. 2
  3. 3. COURSE CONTENT ALL SESSIONS WILL BE THEORY AND PRACTICAL BASEDDAY4 FIRE SUPPRESSION Explain the gas cooling technique. Describe direct attack, indirect attack, and combination attack. Discuss deploying master stream devices. Describe aerial devices used to deliver elevated master streams. Discuss structure fires in properties protected by fixed systems. Deploy and operate a master stream device. Turn off building utilities. Summarize considerations for hoseline selection. Discuss stream selection. WHY THIS EVENT Discuss suppressing Class B fires. This is simply the best option when you need Explain why bulk transport vehicle fires are difficult incidents. to enhance safety and improve the skills of your Discuss control of gas utilities. employees. Extinguish an ignitable liquid fire. Control a pressurized flammable gas container fire. Classes are tailored to your activities and work environment, allowing your team to ask relevant questions about applying the code. HAZARDOUS MATERIALS AWARENESS (SPECIFIC TO CLASS B FIREFIGHTING AND PRESSURIZED TANKS) An expert, NFPA qualified instructor assisted by an Arab speaking trainer will guide you Summarize Awareness-Level and Operations-Level responsibilities at through the code they helped develop. hazardous materials incidents. Describe types of respiratory protection. There will be Step-by-step exercises and Summarize respiratory equipment limitations. hands-on Practical scenarios. Describe types of protective clothing. Discuss U.S. EPA levels of protective equipment. Valuable CEUs - All attendees earn continuing Describe NFPA® 1994 PPE ensemble classifications. education units. NFPA has been approved as an Discuss PPE selection factors. Authorized Provider by the International Discuss health and safety issues when wearing PPE. Association for Continuing Education and Explain proper procedures for inspection, testing, and maintenance of Training (IACET) protective clothing and equipment. Top-flight Training Materials - Informative, Describe health and physical hazards that may be present at hazmat incidents. easy-to-follow workbooks and copies of the Describe physical properties of hazardous materials. relevant code for all participants. Explain how the General Hazardous Materials Behavior Model (GEBMO) can help firefighters understand the likely course of an incident. Explain locations or occupancies clues to the presence of hazardous materials. Explain container shapes clues to the presence of hazardous materials. Explain transportation placards, labels, and markings clues to the presence of hazardous materials. Explain other markings and colors (non-transportation) clues to the presence of hazardous materials. Explain how written resources can be used to assist firefighters in identifying hazardous materials. Explain how the senses can provide clues to presence of hazardous materials. Explain how monitoring and detection devices can provide clues to the presence of hazardous materials. Obtain information about a hazardous material using the Emergency Response Guide (ERG).DAY5 HAZARDOUS MATERIALS OPERATIONS (SPECIFIC TO CLASS B FIREFIGHTING AND PRESSURIZED TANKS) Summarize incident priorities for all haz mat and terrorist incidents. Discuss the management structure at haz mat or terrorist incidents. WHO SHOULD ATTEND Describe the problem-solving stages at haz mat and terrorist incidents. All Emergency Dispatch Personnel Explain how the strategic goal of isolation and scene control is achieved. Security Directors, Head, Managers Explain how the strategic goal of notification is achieved. Building & Facility Managers, Owners Explain how the strategic goal of ensuring the safety of responders and the Risk Managers public is achieved. Summarize general guidelines for decontamination operations. Emergency Response Team Describe the three types of decontamination. Plant Security Head, Managers, Incharge Discuss implementing decontamination. Security vendors and houses Discuss rescue at haz mat incidents. Investigation officers & others Explain how the strategic goal of spill control and confinement is achieved. Discuss crime scene management and evidence preservation. Explain actions taken during the recovery and termination phase of a haz mat or terrorist incident. COURSE SCHEDULE Perform emergency decontamination. 8.00 Registration & Coffee/Tea Perform defensive control functions – Absorption. Perform defensive control functions – Diking. 8.30 Workshop commences Perform defensive control functions – Damming. 10.00 - 10.20 Morning coffee/tea Perform defensive control functions – Diversion. 12.30 - 13.30 Lunch Perform defensive control functions – Retention. 14.40 - 15.00 Afternoon coffee/tea Perform defensive control functions – Dilution. 16.00 End of day Perform defensive control functions – Vapor dispersion. 3
  4. 4. PRACTICALFIRE FIGHTING REGISTRATION FORMTRAININGWORKSHOP Fax: +603 9205 7788 Tel: +603 9205 777025 - 29 NOVEMBER 2012 Mobile: +6016 3326 360EMIRATES TECHNICAL &SAFETY DEVELOPMENT CENTRE Email: kris@360bsi.comMUSSAFAHABU DHABI, UAE DELEGATES IN-HOUSE TRAINING 1 360 BSI is passionate about providing strategic safety Name : programs and high potential training solutions across the Name on tag : region to build personal competencies and organizational capability. Job Title : You will receive practical training from a professionally Email : qualified educator with over twenty years of teaching and training experience. Mobile : Please feel free to mix-and-match topics from the areas listed below to get the right training content for your staff. Other 2 Name : topics may be available upon request. Name on tag : OTHER RELATED PUBLIC COURSES Job Title : Successful Safety Leadership Email : Root Cause Analysis Behavioral Based Safety Clinic Mobile : Safety Risk Assessment Field Incident Command 3 Name : Emergency Dispatch & Control Center Operations Name on tag : Critical Infrastructure Security Job Title : Venue Details: Email : Training to be held at Emirates Technical & Safety Development Centre, Mussafah, Abu Dhabi, UAE. Mobile : Scheduled daily transport to & from the training venue will be provided from Sands Hotel only. AUTHORIZATION (This form is invalid without a signature) General Information: Name : 1 Closing date for registration is 18th November 2012. 2 Fees include lunch, breaks, training materials & certificate. Job Title : 3 Official confirmation will be sent, once registration has Email : been received. 4 Participants will need to arrange their own accommodation. 5 Personal protective equipment (PPE) is provided on-site. Tel : ( ) Cancellations/Substitutions Organization : Substitutions are welcome at any time. Please notify us at Address : least 2 working days prior to the event. All cancellations will carry a 10% cancellation fee, once a registration form is received. All cancellations must be in writing by fax or email at least 2 weeks before the event date. Cancellations with less than 2 weeks prior to the event date carry a 100% liability. However, course materials will still be couriered to you. Signature : Date: / / Thank you for your registration! COURSE FEES (please tick as appropriate) PAYMENT DETAILS Payment is required within 5 days upon receipt of USD 3,895 per delegate the invoice. Bank transfer: USD 9,900 - Special for Group of 3 360 INTERNATIONAL LIMITED USD 15,000 - Special for Group of 5 Standard Chartered Bank The fee does not include any taxes (withholding or otherwise). In case of any taxes applicable P.O.Box – 999 Al Fardan Building, the client has to ensure that the taxes are paid on top of the investment fee paid for the course. Al Mankhool Area, Bur Dubai, Dubai, U.A.E Compliance with the local tax laws is the responsibility of the client. Account No: 02-2077311-01 USD Swift No: SCBLAEADXXX * Save up to 50% for In-house Training program IBAN No: AE920440000102207731101 For Enquiries: +60-16-3326 360 or kris@360bsi.com All payments must be received prior to the event date © 360 BSI (M) Sdn Bhd (833835-X), Level 8 Pavilion KL, 168 Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. www.360bsi.com/security 4

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