Nationally Recognised Course Code:

MSAPMOHS212A Undertake First Response to Fire Incidents

This training course is accredited by Fire and Safety Australia RTO: 22250

Course Outline:

Our nationally accredited Intermediate Firefighting training courses are designed for

persons who may be required to operate as part of a team to combat various types of fires on-site. This training course is further and more comprehensive training which adds on from the initial one day training course. This training introduces personnel to the basic principles of structure firefighting, LPG Emergencies, Chemical Fires, Vehicle Fires and offensive/defensive firefighting techniques.

Participants will develop skills to select the correct firefighting equipment based on the type of fire encountered. Training covers how to act as part of a fire team in accordance with firefighting procedures. This includes obtaining water, pumping water and attacking a fire. This course will provide further information for the sizeup of fires, usage of offensive/defensive attacks etc.

Course Subjects:

• Basic Fire Sciencefirefighter_training

• Responding to Fires & Emergencies

• LPG Emergencies

• Chemical Fires

• Structural Firefighting Safety

• Vehicle Firefighting Safety

• Firefighting Tactics & Techniques

• PRACTICAL SESSIONS: Three person gas attack, boundary/exposure cooling, structural firefighting and search and rescue operations

• Grassfire/ Bushfire attack strategies

• Principles of SIZE-UP and RECEO when responding to fires

• Introduction to Emergency Team Leader Duties

This Training is specifically tailored to your worksite, your equipment and your emergency response procedures.

NOTE: This training is very comprehensive. It is expected that personnel whom attend this course are fully conversant with the usage of Breathing Apparatus. This training course will be very physical – It is important that all personnel who attend this course are capable of wearing firefighting equipment, wearing 15kg BA sets on their backs and using hose lines in dark/smoky/confined environments.

Duration: – Normally 2 Days (Note: Personnel should have previously completed Breathing Apparatus Training).

– 3 Days when combined with Breathing Apparatus Training

Assessment: Written & Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your workplace or at a designated Priority 1 Fire and Safety Training facility

Cost: Please call or e-mail today for a free quote