Fire brigades

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From the beginning of mankind, fire accompanied man. In it he found protection, light to light the night, heat to mitigate the cold and cook food. The fire was initially feared, then worshipped and finally controlled, allowing man to convert his energy into motion, light and heat; going on like this, almost inadvertently becoming part of our daily lives. The fire is always latent and at the slightest possibility awakens from its lethargy exposing its danger, having to be again controlled and reduced.

When the fire comes out of control, the fire begins. In a fire in addition to flames and heat, other substances such as smoke and gases are present that are as dangerous as the fire itself.

Minimize damage and lossthates that may occur at the facility as a result of a fire threat, intervening with the means of safety available in the unit and/or area. Ensure that there is no overload in the power lines, or that there is a build-up of flammable material.

Objective.

The participant will become familiar with the basics of fire, classification, spread and phases of fires as well; as with the theory concerning some of the most important special phenomena related to fire, so that he can decide more accurately the start of the fight against a fire

Benefits.

You will know and learn the updated techniques and procedures, your personal and group safety, the interaction with external emergency bodies. In addition to being able to detect the risks of fire emergencies, according to the procedures. Operate fire equipment, in accordance with established or manufacturer procedures. Recognize if fire equipment and tools are in operational condition.

Its members will also have information on the following topics: knowledge of fire, extinguishing methods, extinguishing agents, portable extinguishers, portable extinguishing practice, operations in fixed extinguishing systems (if any) and emergency plan.

Aimed at:

Personnel who will be part of the brigade.



Registered with the STPS.

Accredited to the IADC.

Unit 1 - Legal basis

Unit 2 - Brigade Generalandatities and Brigadier's profile

Unit 3 - Fire Lab

Unit 5 - EPP fire

Unit 6 - Fire Hoses

Unit 7 - Fire Accessories

Unit 8 - Types of water jets in use against fire

Unit 9 - Fire Ventilation Purposes

Unit 10 - Respiratory fire protection equipment

Unit 11 - Fire Usage scales

Unit 12 - Fire control tactics and strategies

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  • Juan Arturo García

Certified instructor.

Application sector:

  • All industries
  • Schools
  • Hotels
  • Restaurants

Equipment to use:

  • Fire extinguishers
  • Container with fuel to generate fire

Teaching material provided:

  • Participant Handbook
  • Pen
  • Mark text
  • Personifier

Course level:

Intermediate

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