Fire Safety watcher course by Arab Fire, Safety and Security Academy

Fire Safety watcher course
Written by  Last update: November 28, 2016

Arab Fire, Safety and Security Academy offers Fire Safety watcher course that is a developmental course in firefighting .

* The Fire Safety watcher course is addressed to:

  • All who wish to achieve fire safety in factories and companies – offices – schools – during daily work – in trips.

The overall objective of the program:

        Finding out causes of fires, preventing and fighting simple fires using manual fire extinguishers.

Interim goals (detailed):
At the end of this program, the trainee will be able to: –

  1. Identify basic elements needed to start the ignition.
  2. Know types of fires accredited by (UL) and followed by NFPA.
  3. Apply the fire theory and stop the interaction between the components of the ignition.
  4. The appropriate choice of fire appropriate material depending on the type of the burning material.
  5. Proper use the manual fire extinguishers.
  6. Help in basic fire missions.
  7. Fight simple fires at home – office – car, anywhere and suppress them at the beginning before growing.
  8. Identify the causes of simple fires and prevent them.

The main axes of the program:

  • Fire causes and prevention.
  • Ignition theory and basic elements.
  • Fire classification.
  • General principles of firefighting.
  • Proper use of fire extinguishers .

* Terms of joining the program:
1. Educational level: Anyone who can read and write and all educational levels.
2. Basic requirements:
3. General Requirements: physically fit and healthy

* Duration of the program: One day -5 training sessions (50% theoretical 50% practical).

* Training fees: – 800 S.R (eight hundred S.R) per trainee.

* Place of training: – Arab Academy in Jeddah.

* Training language: – Arabic in addition to English slang terms.

* Accreditation: –
– Each trainee passes the course, gets an accredited certificate.

 


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