The aim of this course is to give the necessary information for persons who are responsible for the operation and internal maintenance and end-user’s inspection* of fire extinguishing systems using gaseous agents (short: gas extinguishing systems).
The aim of this course, is to give the necessary information for persons who are responsible for the operation and internal maintenance and end user inspection* of sprinkler systems.
The aim of this course is to give the fundamental information for persons who have to deal with sprinkler systems.
To consider the range of emergencies or incidents such as fire, loss of critical equipment/personnel, denial of access, flood or theft which may affect a business and look at how to plan and prepare to deal with such incidents in...
This course aims to provide training covering the escort of personnel, customers and visitors in buildings with high density of population or special evacuation problems (hospitals, care-homes). A second aim is to provide training in the control of evacuation of...
The aim of this course is to provide an introductory training programme for those responsible for managing fire safety in hotels and other similar premises. For those wishing to gain a greater depth of knowledge please see the guidance notes...
To provide students with a greater awareness and understanding of the threat posed by fire, their personal responsibility in preventing an outbreak and the action to be taken should a fire occur.
The aim of this course is to teach students how to systematically pinpoint risks, develop goals, organise, train, check, document and monitor all aspects of fire safety in order to protect their business.
The aim of this course is to give the basic technical knowledge of build-in fire safety measures in buildings, the legislation and basic knowledge about the products for fire protection of buildings (characteristics, classification, and documentation of conformity).
The aim of this course is to provide a suitable training programme for those responsible for managing fire safety during construction or refurbishment works
To provide delegates with a clear understanding of the risks associated with hot work activities, how to prevent accidents and how to act in emergency situations.
Training of the personnel, carrying out activities in stationary fire protection systems and fire extinguishers systems, containing fluorinated greenhouse gases, in order to obtain the necessary skills and knowledge according to the requirements of the European Regulation (EC) 842-2006.
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