US252250 – FIRE LEVEL 1: Apply Fire Fighting Techniques (Cr3-L1, 1day,face to face)
US252250 IS A LEVEL 1 PRACTICAL COURSE, TO BE COMPLETED BEFORE PROCEEDING TO THE US12484 PERFORM BASIC FIRE FIGHTING Cr4,L2, 2Days) ACCREDITED TRAINING COURSE.
WHAT IS THIS FACE TO FACE TRAINING COURSE ABOUT
This one (1) day FACE TO FACE training course is NB for everyone who has a passion for health and safety and it is useful to have these skills in communities where fires are prevalent; for people hoping to volunteer as firefighters, because just like COVID – 19 one never knows when a need to fight a fire arises.
The Safety, Health and Environmental Regulations (Section 5.2) compels all companies to have trained, accredited fire – fighters in the workplace*.
The Safety, Health and Environmental Regulations, Section 5.2 – the relevant and applicable law in South Africa – requires an employer to provide sufficient fire fighting equipment and safety rules to keep their employees safe. According to the legislation stipulates that at least 1 out of 50 employees in an organisation must have basic fire fighting skills. In the event of a fire, there must be someone who is trained and knows how to react without causing panic. Employers need to ensure that all employees know what to do in the case of a fire. This includes the following:
- Regular fire drills to confirm that all staff know what to do and where to go in the shortest time possible.
- Basic fire fighting skills must be provided, such as how to put out an electrical fire as opposed to flames caused by oil. Employees should also have basic instruction on how to operate fire extinguishers and hoses.
- Evacuation procedures and notifying fire and emergency services.
- Keeping windows and doors closed as far as possible to contain the fire.
The skills, values and knowledge reflected in this unit standard are thus required by people in the field of basic fire fighting. The learning outcomes in this unit standard also contribute to the exit level outcomes required for various basic fire fighting. Qualifying learners can select and use the appropriate firefighting equipment to extinguish or control fires in the workplace.
Health and Safety Reps and Committee members in the workplace. It is also a highly recommended career path for the youth, the unemployed and anyone seeking a secondary career, neighbourhood watch teams, churches, governing bodies, events planners, youth, unemployed, students, unemployed youth, entrepreneurs and anyone wanting a 2nd job or wanting to follow or create a health and safety career.
PURPOSE OF THE UNIT STANDARD
A learner credited with this unit standard will be capable of identifying, containing, preventing and extinguishing different types of fires by operating basic fire fighting equipment
INDICATORS & OUTCOMES
- Identifying different types of fires.
- Explaining and practice fire prevention.
- Operating basic fire fighting equipment.
- Perform basic fire fighting procedures.
LEARNING ASSUMED TO BE IN PLACE AND RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING
It is desirable for learners wishing to achieve this unit standard to be competent at:
- Communication at ABET Level 3 or equivalent.
- Mathematical Literacy at ABET Level 3 or equivalent.
TYPES OF FIRES
o Selection of firefighting procedures for particular fires
o Prevention of fires
• Types, uses and operation of firefighting and safety equipment
• Retreat procedures form fire
• Issues to consider when monitoring fire and site
- Reporting and recording requirements
- Explain the implications of not adhering to sequence of activities and operations as described in the specific outcomes and making decisions inappropriate to the task
Rhens Training Institute has a partnership agreement with Heart Guardians Emergency Training Centre who is accredited with, amongst others, SAIOSH, RCSA, AHA, SAIOSH, Intrasafe etc and whose expertly trained and skilled, frontline essential services medic facilitators present all Rhens’ health and safety and emergency training, headed by Helene Basson, our HEAD OF FACILITATION: COVID-19 | OHSA – HEALTH & SAFETY | EMERGENCY MEDICAL. Rhens Training Institute has a partnership agreement with Heart Guardians Emergency Training Centre who is accredited with, amongst others, SAIOSH, RCSA, AHA, SAIOSH, Intrasafe etc and whose expertly trained and skilled, frontline essential services medic facilitators present all Rhens’ health and safety and emergency training, headed by Helene Basson, our HEAD OF FACILITATION: COVID-19 | OHSA – HEALTH & SAFETY | EMERGENCY MEDICAL. Heart Guardians Emergency Training Centre Pty Ltd is registered and licensed to offer and facilitate this training in partnership with Rhens Training Institute, a division of Rhens Consulting Pty Ltd, an accredited Skills Development Provider (SDP). Accredited with FP& M SETA, Provider Accreditation No. FPM19/PRPACC-075 until 2021/05/21(https://www.linkedin.com/in/helene-basson-9a66a4122/
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