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Courses for fire marshals

Safety, control and realism:

...essential elements for high-quality fire training.

Article 18 c. 1 lett. b) of Legislative Decree 81/2008 obliges employers to designate workers responsible for fire prevention, fire-fighting and emergency management. In view of this, companies are obliged to designate people to undergo training according to the type of dangers that might presumably occur, the location of workplaces, shift patterns, the size of the company, etc.

Consequently, the number of designated persons must be consistent with the likelihood of the event happening and, generally speaking, there must be at least 1 - 2 per shift, 1 - 2 for each premises or working zone, 1 for every 10/20 workers.
In compliance with the ministerial decree of 10 March 1998, the content and duration of training courses must be in line with the type of activity and the company's fire risk level.

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Course for fire marshals in low-risk activities (4 hours)

This course is aimed at all those people who must comply with the law and is structured as follows:
Fire and prevention (1 hour):
• principles of combustion;
• products of combustion;
• extinguishing substances according to type of fire;
• the effects of fire on people;
• operating prohibitions and limitations;
• behavioural measures.

Fire protection and procedures to follow in the event of a fire (1 hour):
• main fire protection measures;
• evacuation in the event of a fire;
• calling the emergency services.

Practical exercises (2 hours)::
• observation and explanations of portable extinguishers;
• observation and explanations of personal protective equipmente;
• instructions on how to use portable extinguishers using audiovisual aids or by means of practical demonstration.

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Course for fire marshals in medium-risk activities (8 hours)

This course is aimed at all those people who intend to set up or improve  their own emergency management service and to all those who must comply with the law. The course is structured as follows:

Fire and prevention (2 hours):
• principles of combustion and fire;
• combustion trianglee;
• extinguishing substances;
• main causes of fire;
• risks to people in the event of a fire;
• main methods and measures for preventing fires.

Fire protection and procedures to follow in the event of a fire (3 hours):
• main fire protection measures;
• procedures to follow on discovery of a fire or in the event of an alarme;
• escape routes;
• evacuation procedures;
• relationships with the Fire Service;
• fire extinguishing equipment and systems;
• alarm system;
• safety signage;
• safety lighting.

Practical exercises (3 hours):
• observation and explanations of the most widely used extinguishing methods;
• observation and explanations of personal protective equipment;
• exercises on the use of portable extinguishers and methods of use of hose reels and fire hose.

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Course for fire marshals in high-risk activities (16 hours)

This course is aimed at all those people who intend to set up or improve  their own emergency management service and to all those who must comply with the law. The course is structured as follows:

Fire and prevention (4 hours):
• principles of combustion;
• main causes of fire in relation to the specific work environment;
• extinguishing substancesi;
• risks to people and the environment;
• specific fire prevention measures;
• behavioural efforts to prevent fires;
• the importance of checking the working environment;
• the importance of testing and maintaining fire protection systems.

Fire protection (4 hours):
• passive protection measures;
• escape routes, shutting off areas, distancing;
• safety lighting;
• extinguishing equipment and systems;
• alarm systems;
• safety signage;
• electrical safety systems.

Procedures to follow in the event of a fire (4 hours):
• procedures to follow in the event of a fire alarm;
• procedures to follow when a fire is discovered;
• evacuation methods;
• calling the emergency services;
• collaboration with the Fire Service in the event that they are called out to attend;
• examples of an emergency situation and procedural/operative methods.

Practical exercises (4 hours):
• observation and explanations of the main fire-extinguishing equipment and systems;
• observation and explanations of personal protective equipment (masks, breathing apparatus, thermal suits, etc.);
• exercises on the use of extinguishing equipment and personal protective equipment.

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The practical exercises include simulations of internal and external fires so that our Clients are trained to handle all the different situations which could arise.

All the fire simulations are carried out using PROPANE GAS (which is environmentally clean).

The level of difficulty of the exercises can easily be adapted according to the learners’ level of training and the type of extinguisher used.
In addition to the highest possible safety considerations with which the training courses are run,  all the learners receive identical practical training. The tools used allow the instructors to reproduce the very same fire over and over again without there being any down time, thereby allowing the learners to increase their knowledge and understanding  in a short space of time by gaining immediate benefits from the exercises. The mobile training centre  means that we can be physically present in our Client’s companies, thereby signifcantly reducing training costs and avoiding interruptions to their production process.