Fire Safety Training

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Fire Safety Training
(Principle and Advance Level Together)
28-29 June 2014

This course has been designed to deliver firsthand information about fires and fire protection measures. After completing this course, you will be able to identify different types of fires and how safety measures can be taken to avoid a disastrous situation. We will also discuss the different types of fire extinguishers in use and discover how careful planning and precautionary measures can be taken to save lives and property. This course is intended for the general audience. The Fire Safety Order requires that fire safety training is provided to staff when they commence employment and that refresh training is provided on a regular basis. At the end of the training course, the participant will be able to:
  • Explain the basic principle of fire safety, including the chemistry of fires
  • Identify fire hazards, causes of fires and safeguards required to prevent fires
  • Conduct regular, periodic inspections to ensure that work areas remain in a fire‐safe condition
  • Describe the use and operation of fire protection equipment and systems
  • Instruct employees in procedures for reporting fires and evacuating work areas
  • Develop an effective fire protection education program for both on and off the job.

Training Benefits
  • Improve the health and safety condition at workplace
  • Fire is often biggest risk any business ever has. Without fire safety training your insurance may not valid and your staff are left vulnerable
  • Protect your staff now and give them the best chance of escape if a fire does happen at your workplace.
  • Recognize different types of fires and fire extinguishers.
  • Comprehend fire protection systems of protection and evacuation during fire.
  • Diagnose evacuation plans and prepare for emergencies.
  • Fire safety training is not only a legal requirement; it also saves lives and protects business. Don’t wait until it’s too late!
Course outlines
I. Major cause of Fire
III. Evacuation Procedure
  • Smoking Materials
  • Wiring Materials
  • Evacuation & Fire Safety Plan
  • Assembly point/meeting point, employees with disabilities and head count
  • Exit Signs/Route way, staging arrears, written procedure, utility shutoffs, fire alarm pull station
II. Fire Prevention
IV. Emergency Response
  • No smoking
  • Typical source of fire
  • House Keeping
  • Flammable materials, storage, electrical, HVAC materials
  • Floor Warden/Fire Warden
  • Exit doors & stairwells Voice alarm
  • Emergency Contact
  • Fire Safety System (Manual pull alarms, Smoke detectors fire alarm monitoring service, Sprinklers fire doors, Fire extinguisher)
V. Fire Drill/Practical
  • Fire Fighting Equipment (Fire Extinguisher, Fire Hose Reel, Fire Blanket, etc.)
  • How to use the Fire Extinguisher, Fire Hose Reel and Fire Blanket
  • Class of Extinguisher (Water, Dry Chemical, Carbon Dioxide, Halon, Kevet, Foam)
  • Type of Extinguisher A, BC Dry Powder, ABC, CO2

Trainer’s Profile
Cambodian, ERWM in Japan (Specialties: Occupational Health, Safety and Environment)
She used to work for more than 10 years experiences in Health, Safety and   Environment Management  (HSE)  at  any industry for carrying  out  safety  inspection  in  various sites—service station, warehouse, depot, production, office, project etc. Apart from working experiences, she has been conducting various training workshops on different topics; from general safety to the specifics likes forklift safety, worksite safety, construction site safety, manual handling, housekeeping, confined space entry, hand & portable tool, etc. Furthermore, she has attended an international training workshops abroad—OSH Management System in Tokyo, Japan. With high distinction, she has successfully graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Informatics Management System (SETEC University) in 2004 and she is studying the master degree in Management of Business Administration (HRU). 

Who Should Attend?
We strongly recommend any industry should consider and send your responsible employees to attend this professional training course; included Garment, Shopping Mall, International School, Hotels, Construction, Import & Export, and Others.
  • HR Team
  • Maintenance Team
  • Operation Team
  • Supervisor / Manager
  • Interest individual
  • Persons Responsible for fire safety at workplace
  • All staffs who concern about fire risk management

Training tools, materials and facilities
Flipcharts, color papers, handouts, pens, papers and other stationeries, especially, and final evaluation and other specific materials were used to present key learning concepts and structures and to make good environment for learning to ensure the presentation run smoothly and efficiency. Training methods included Presentation, Group discussion, Role Play, Activities, Case Studies and Question & Answer.

Training Information
Course Title:      Fire Safety Training
Language:         Khmer/English, Slide presentation and handouts are in English
Trainer:             Certified Trainer
Date:                  28-29 June 2014 (2 days)
Time:                 8:200 am – 17:00 pm
Venue:               Park Cafe Calmet (Coffee breaks, lunch)
Fees:                 US$ 140 (20 Seats only)
Special Offer: 120$ for register from today until 24 June 2014. Please consider send two participates from your company so they can share information.

    For more information or registration: 
    Tel: 023 6767 687 / 088 767 6676 / 098 466 976
    Address: Canadia Tower, 3rd Floor, Monivong Blvd, Phnom Penh.
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