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Advanced Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting

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May 25, 2020 12:00 am
May 27, 2020 11:30 pm
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The Advanced Fire Fighting training has the objective to train and improve delegates’ firefighting
skills. By doing so, the delegate remains or becomes a competent Emergency Response member.

By the end of this course the participant will be able to

  • Explain safety principles of firefighting and firefighting process hazards.
  • Monitor and control of the different aspects of a fire in order to respond appropriately and efficiently in emergencies.
  • Plan an attack on a fire, as an on-scene leader, with firefighters so as to effectively lead a response team during an emergency.
  • Describe and identify the use of and inspection and maintenance requirements for fixed fire detection and extinguishing installations.
  • Assess and record incidents and drills while directing passengers and personnel during an emergency.
  • List and describe rescue techniques and organize and lead crew on deck to conduct a rescue operation.
  • Demonstrate effective communication techniques and understand options for communication in emergency situations.

Day 1 (Theoretical)
Competence 1: Control fire-fighting operations

  • Knowledge, understanding and proficiency
  • Introduction, safety and principles
  • Areas of fire hazard
  • Fire precautions
  • Dry distillation
  • Chemical reactions
  • Fires in water-tube boilers
  • Tactics and procedure of fire control for oil, chemical and gas tankers
  • Use of water for fire extinguishing, the effect on stability, precautions and corrective procedures
  • Communication and co-ordination during fire-fighting operations
  • Ventilation control including smoke extractor
  • Control of fuel and electrical systems
  • Fire precautions and hazards associated with the storage and handling of materials (paints, etc.)
  • Management and control of injured persons
  • Procedures for co-ordination with shore-based firefighters

Competence 2: Organize and train fire parties

  • Preparation of contingency plans
  • Composition and allocation of personnel to fire parties
  • Fire control plans
  • Organization of fire and abandon

Day 2 (Theoretical)
Competence 3: Inspect and service fire detection and extinguishing systems and equipment

  • Fire alarms
  • Fire detection equipment
  • Fixed fire-extinguishing equipment
  • Fire main, hydrants, hoses, nozzles and pumps
  • Portable and mobile fire extinguishing equipment including appliances
  • Firefighter’s outfits and other personal protective equipment
  • Rescue and life support equipment
  • Salvage equipment
  • Communication equipment
  • Requirements for statutory and classification surveys

Competence 4: Investigate and compile reports on incidents involving

  • Fire investigation and reporting
  • Trainee’s experience of fires
  • Documented reports of fires on ships and lessons learned

Day 3 (Practical)
This course is suited for everyone who assigned by his employeer to be a member of Emergency
Response team.

    This course is suited for everyone who assigned by his employeer to be a member of Emergency
    Response team.

      • Classroom lectures
      • Videos
      • Practical exercise
    • Core Certificate for each attendee

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