Evidence say that man has been controlling fire for over more than 1.5 million years ago. Over the ages a controlled usage of fire evolved to such an extent that we can now trigger fire using various methods that are compact enough to be held in a hand. But even now an uncontrolled life is dangerous enough to cost lives. Anything that can get burned act as a fuel to fire and it keeps growing unless an external force is applied to cut the oxygen supply that support fire. Firefighting is an attempt to try and put out a fire, preventing it from spreading unwantedly or even uncontrolled. To protect lives, environment and man’s creations from getting damaged from fire is what a firefighter’s duty all about. There are various methods and technologies developed for an efficient control of fire, controlling it from growing rapidly and SMEClabs offers a package including all these technics of firefighting.
Fire fighting training is a program for working professionals and students. A Government of India-recognised course offered by the SMEClabs.Industries or organizations would be ensured a carefully designed system to ensure safety of life and property from explosive forces. Again, they would better understand fire safety engineering approach which is beneficial from the perspective of fire safety and sustainability.
The purpose of the Fire fighting course from SMEClabs is to provide firefighting knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements for fire officers. Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function safely and effectively as an integral member of a firefighter team. When engaged in hazardous activities, the Fire Officer I work under direct supervision of a senior company officer and as a team leader.
Fire is the most common hazard for any workplace be it a large manufacturing or a process plant or a high rise building full of employees or even a public place like a mall or an airport or a metro station. It is a legal requirement for an employer to ensure that the workplace is safe of all fire hazards and the employees are well protected in case of any fire incident.
Unfortunately, employers are sometimes not aware of their legal duties or are negligent towards it. Fire incidents could have huge consequences for the organization, apart from stoppage of work; it could also create legal complications for the employer which may include huge fines and/ or imprisonment and even withdrawal of license to operate the facility.
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