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Fire Extinguisher Training

Fire System Services also conducts training sessions in the use of fire fighting equipment. The sessions consist of basic theory of fire behavior, evacuation procedures & practical hands on were we demonstrate the different behavior types of extinguishers. Practical training is were the trainees get to experience the use of different types of extinguishers.

Whether its fire extinguisher training, evacuation training, emergency procedures or evacuation diagrams, Fire System Services can arrange services and courses that can be tailored to suit the specific needs of your business, staff and premises.

Emergency Planning services have been structured to ensure compliance with Australian Standards AS3745 and relevant state regulations. 

Fire Extinguisher training courses are designed to introduce you to the various types of portable fire fighting equipment commonly found in work environments.
The courses teach you how to correctly handle and use extinguishers, fire hose reels, and fire blankets.

Client specific training courses

Where possible we do prefer to make your training experience more relevant to your workplace. When delivering Nationally Accredited training there are obviously certain topics that must be covered however, we can still include your site-specific standards in the training as long as they do not contravene any other regulations.

Evacuation Diagrams.

We can design, print and laminate your ‘evac plans’ regardless of the size or shape of your building. There are specific requirements for these plans/diagrams as stipulated in AS:3745; rest assured that the plans we provide are compliant with the Australian Standard.

To maintain compliance with Australian Standard 3745, your ‘evac plans’ must be reviewed every 5 years, also they must be amended ASAP if any changes have been made.

Trial evacuations.

This is where we visit your site, activate your fire alarm –where fitted- observe and record the reactions of the occupants of your building. The visit includes a short meeting prior to the ‘trial evac’, the actual evacuation process, followed by a de-brief meeting. A report is then written and provided for your records.

Remember! As per Australian Standard 3745, ALL workplaces are to carry out an evacuation at least once every twelve months.

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