Fire Safety & First Aid Course in Rawalpindi,Pakistan

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June 10, 2020

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Fire Safety & First Aid Course in Rawalpindi,Pakistan
Introduction:
In this course, we will be teaching you practical tips and techniques used by the experts, however, this course will not provide you with a formal qualification to practice professionally –it’s a great starting off point. You will come away with all the tools and training you need to be prepared for most emergency situations.You never know when you’ll find yourself in an accident or emergency health situation. When your action or inaction can mean the difference between life or death, it’s important to always be prepared. Even knowing the very basics of First Aid and CPR can help save a life, and it isn’t complicated or hard to learn. Whether you require a CPR and First Aid certification for work, or just want to be prepared to help those in need, our online course will equip you with the tools and training you need to feel confident and ready to act.

First Aid Course Outline:
1: Introduction And History
– History of First Aid
– How First Aid has evolved
– History of CPR
– Success Rates
2: First Aid Basics
– Cleansing and treating wounds
– Creating a splint
– Creating a tourniquet
– Treating someone in shock
– Administering injections
3: The Science Of Cpr
– Situations of need
– Physiology of CPR
– Making the decision
4: Preparing For Cpr
– Evaluate the situation
– Check for responsiveness
– Call for help
– Survey the area for helpful tools
5: Performing Cpr
– Head tilt, chin lift
– Clearing the airway
– Giving compressions
– Rescue breathing
– Using an AED
The Fire Safety Training Course is designed to raise awareness of fire hazards in the workplace and how to act safely in the event of an emergency fire situation, including selecting and using the correct fire extinguisher. The course is also designed to train staff in your fire safety procedures.
Fire Safety Course outline
Introduction
Fire hazards
Means of escape and assembly point(s)
Fire separation and compartmentation / zones
Means of raising alarm and location of Fire Points / Fire Equipment
Discovering a fire
Alert others / activate the alarm
If ‘small’ fire attempt to extinguish ‘safely
If unable or unwilling, leave the building by the nearest available exit route (closing doors)
Ensure Fire Brigade have been called
Go to assembly point and report as necessary
Hearing the alarm
Continuous sound
– Fire Marshals ‘ensure’ immediate and total evacuation
– Assist others (particularly impaired / visitors) to leave by designated routes (close doors and windows, if possible)
– Do not ‘delay’ to collect belongings
– Do not use lifts
– Proceed to assembly point and report as necessary
Intermittent sound
– Remain within the immediate workplace area and await instructions and/or evacuation signal
– Fire Marshals will discourage the movement of staff, especially between floors
– Prepare for evacuation
Understanding fire
Principal causes
Fire growth– the ‘unholy trinity’
The combustion process
– Presence of flammable material (fuel)
– Introduction of ignition source (heat)
– Production of flammable vapour (oxygen)
– Ignition of vapour
– Sustaining combustion (oxygen/fuel/heat)
Fire suppression
Fire classification
– A: Carbonaceous materials
– B: Flammable liquids and liquefiable solids
– C: Gases
– D: Metals
Extinguishing materials
– Water
– Carbon dioxide
– Foam
– Vapourising liquids
– Dry powder
– Fire blanket
– Sand / earth
Fire fighting equipment
Fixed
– Sprinklers / drenchers / projectors
– Foam systems
– Gaseous flooding (CO2, Halon and replacements, etc)
– Mains, inlets and risers, hose-reels
Portable
– Type
– Siting
– Maintenance
Training

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