Corporate Fire Safety Training:
Fires destroy property, cause injuries, and take lives. A fire in the workplace can also mean the termination of jobs, as many of the offices and factories destroyed by fire in Canada are never rebuilt. One of the key strategies to maintaining a safe workplace and preventing fires is fire safety training.
With proper training workers can eliminate fire hazards and respond quickly and efficiently if a fire breaks out. Without proper training a small occurrence can quickly grow to become a major incident with devastating outcomes.
Everyone is at risk if there is a fire. However, there are some workers who may be at greater risk because of when or where they work, or because they’re not familiar with the premises or the equipment at the work site.
Fire safety training can teach workers how to recognize fire hazards, conduct a fire safety risk assessment, prevent a workplace fire, and respond if a fire occurs.
Free Fire Safety Workshop for Schools & Colleges:
It is very important for the kids to learn how to save themselves and escape for an uncalled for situation like a Fire breakout or an Earthquake.
The training imparted to students comprises of safe operation, limitation and maintenance of these systems, in live fire conditions.
Apart from Fire safety, the students are also trained to counter any kind of natural calamity like flood, earthquake, cyclone, as the students are made to jump in swimming pool from a height of 10 feet, trained in water safety and rescue techniques, using lifebuoy, life jacket, lifeline and water raft.
The earthquake rescue equipment is available in the college like shovels, pneumatic diggers, digging bars and Pneumatic Air hammers. General workmanship like wire rope and fibre rope work and knots and splices, rigging stage for working aloft, bosun chair, lifeline and safety.
Natural Calamities Rescue Training.
We also provide training for dealing with the natural calamities like floods, earthquakes, building colapses, water safety and rescue, Tropical Storms and road accidents.
The candidates are made to jump in a swimming pool from a height of 12 feet wearing a life jacket, taught how to handle a drowning victim and handle a life raft and boat, help survivors get inside the raft and render first aid to those injured.