Fire Safety Awareness

£29.99 exc VAT

Fire Safety - The Fundamentals of this course

The eLearning fire safety training Oxfordshire and Berkshire course comprises an introduction and two easy-to-follow study units such as the dangers of fire, the importance of safety and aspects of awareness and prevention. Also, scenarios which describe the realities of what fire can do.

Unit Titles & Descriptions:

Unit 1 - How to use the Course

Unit 2 - Fire awareness and prevention

Part of this fire safety eLearning training Oxfordshire and Berkshire course, learners explore the three components that make up 'Triangle of Fire' so that they understand what cause materials to combust under some conditions. The unit explains who is responsible for fire safety and includes several activities which require learners to identify potential fire hazards in their workplace and challenges them to suggest how to minimise the risks.

Unit 3 - Dealing with a fire

In this unit of the Oxfordshire and Berkshire fire safety eLearning course, it provides information and descriptions of different types of fire warning systems learners may encounter in their workplace. The unit has examples of potential dangers and other problems that is caused by false alarms. Learners will benefit from detailed descriptions of different types of fire extinguishers, how to identify them and what type of fire each one should be used on.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this fire safety training Berkshire and Oxfordshire course, students will be able to:

•Describe the nature of fire
•List their responsibilities regarding fire
•Identify the causes of fire
•Explain how the triangle of fireworks
•State what fire hazards are and how to minimise them
•Describe the different types of fire warning systems
•Outline the dangers and other problems caused by false alarms
•Differentiate between the various types of fire extinguisher and explain their uses
•Take appropriate action in the event of a fire.

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