Fire Safety Courses
Control Minor Incidents
This course covers control of minor incidents. The competency would be possessed generally by most/all operations personnel and some non-operations personnel. It would require training in addition to that which might typically be part of an induction program, but does not require specialist training such as is given to members of an incident response team. The general purpose of this initial response is to prevent any incident from escalating.
This training course includes both a theory and a practical component to ensure that your employees can safely handle workplace emergencies. If required a Fire Safety Training can visit your workplace to determine your fire safety equipment and training needs. Fire & Safety Australia can also provide you with supervised Evacuation Drills.
Fire Extinguisher / Fire Warden
This training course includes both a theory and a practical component to ensure that your employees can safely handle workplace emergencies. From attending to small workplace emergency up to the level of training required to fulfill the duties and responsibilities of a Fire Warden. Note: participants can attend one or all of the courses mentioned above on the day of training.
Fire Extinguisher / Fire Warden / Chief Fire Warden
This training course includes both a theory and a practical component to ensure that your employees can safely handle workplace emergencies. From attending to small workplace emergency up to the level of training required to fulfil the duties and responsibilities of a Chief Fire Warden. Note: participants can attend one or all of the courses mentioned above on the day of training.
Fire Safety Advisor
This course will provide participants with the relevant knowledge, skills and abilities required to become a Fire Safety Adviser (FSA). To qualify as a FSA, a person must successfully complete eight (8) specified units of competency.
Fire Safety Advisor Refresher
Participants gain the skills and knowledge needed to actively continue in their role and responsibilities of a Fire Safety Adviser in accordance with the Queensland Building Fire Safety Regulation 2008 and addresses recent amendments to the legislation. The Fire Safety Adviser will be able to advise on appropriate emergency planning strategies and be familiar with aspects of building fire safety.
This course covers the training requirements as listed in Australian Standard 3745-2010 Planning for emergencies in facilities.
Respond to Wild Fire
This unit covers competency for responding to a wildfire when working as a member of a team, under direct supervision.
Suppress Wild Fire
The suppression of wildfires requires a team approach from the time a fire is reported, until it is made safe. It requires accurate reception of reported information, careful preparation and travel to the fire location, application of safe and appropriate fire control strategies, and timely recovery and maintenance of equipment in readiness for further deployment.
Undertake First Response to Fire Incidents
This unit is designed to ensure that an appropriate first response to fire incidents in onshore and offshore situations/emergencies is achieved. This competency applies to students who are required to respond to fires in the workplace (other than evacuating to the assembly point). It covers the first response (only) to fire, and does not include aggressive fire fighting. Typically this response would be undertaken to contain/extinguish a minor fire or to contain a more major fire while external help arrived.