Information About the Fire Extinguisher Training course
|Fire Warden only||$145 inc GST|
|Fire Extinguishers only||$145 inc GST|
|Fire Warden & Chief Warden||$248 Inc GST|
|Fire Warden & Extinguisher||$248 Inc GST|
|Fire Extinguisher, Fire Warden, Chief Warden & Extinguisher||$298 Inc GST|
Note: Further discounts apply for multiple bookings from one organisation. If you have four or more trainees why not consider an onsite course (course outside of Melbourne may attract travel costs). Please call or email if you are unsure.
Teaching Methods: Theory/Practical
Outcome: Certificate (nationally accreditation).
Questions: (03) 9005 1767
PUAFER008 Confine small workplace emergencies
Historically, statistics indicate, that we are most likely to be confronted with a medical or fire-related emergency in the workplace. Therefore, it is important that our emergency plan identifies procedures for preparedness, ©️ response and recovery for related emergencies. In conjunction with an emergency, warden training Confine small workplace emergencies (PUAFER008) provide skills that will help to reduce the risk and combat real emergencies. In this lesson, STG Fire Safety Training will provide mentoring and a skill level which will help to keep yourself and others safe while the emergency services are responding.
The building code of Australia and associated standards provide occupant of facilities with some great equipment to combat incident when they occur. The first time an occupant uses this equipment shouldn’t be when an emergency occurs as there are a few functions that may be problematic and potentially cause an unsafe situation; I.e. using a foam extinguisher on a computer fire. Foam extinguishers are water-based and therefore will conduct electricity.
Here are many of the skills you will learn during ©️ Confine small workplace emergencies (PUAFER008) – Fire Extinguishers.
|Elements||Performance criteria – note; this criteria is a summary only and not directly from the U of C.|
|1. Preparing for emergencies (Preparedness)||
|2. Identify and gain access to the emergency situation||
|3. Safely contain emergencies where safe to do so. (within the scope of training)||
|4. Use initial response equipment||
|5. Report workplace emergency response|