Fire Team Leader Training

Fire Team Leader TrainingOur role is to create an organization where fewer fires occur so our teams can focus efforts and talents on matters that help us reach our mission. However, should the fire broke out, we need to fight the fire and to fight efficiently, we need fire team leaders

 

 Objective of this Training

The main purpose of this fire team leader training is to give fire team leaders and fire marshals knowledge that will enable them to manage fire emergency response teams and coordinate response actions incorporating different types of fire situations and rescue. At the end of the training delegates should be able to:
  • Describe the role of the Emergency Response Team Leader
  • Initiate servicing of equipment and replenish stocks
  • Allocate and confirm the team’s duties and tasks
  • Monitor the team’s progress, evaluating.
  • Adjusting and communicating the response plan
  • Maintain communications during an incident
  • Monitor stress in self and others
  • Debrief the team
 

Training Duration

The duration of this fire team leader training course is one (01) day with a ratio of 50% theory and 50% practice. This includes classroom presentations, discussion, exercises and practical sessions with simulations on leading fire teams and use of advance fire fighting equipments. We can organise the training onsite in Cameroon, Chad, Congo, Central African Republic, Gabon and Equatorial Guinea
 

Training Prerequisite

To take part in this fire team leader training particpant should have taken the advance fire fighting course, or have some expirience in structural fire fighting.
 

Who will Benefit from this Training

This this fire team leader training course is designed for fire emergency response team members of companies having an on-site fire response team. Other workers in the Oil & Gas, Mining, Petrochemical, Manufacturing, Chemicals companies wishing to become fire team leaders will need to take this course
 

Training Content

  • The role and responsibilities of fire team leaders 
  • Coordination, teamwork, direction and Discipline
  • Behavioral safety and stress management during fire fighting
  • Assessment, Planning, Control and Organization
  • Communications Procedures
  • Breathing Apparatus
  • Heat, Humidity and Safety of Fire Teams
  • Liquids and Gas Fires from presurized sources
  • Compartmental Fire Fighting and Search and Rescue
  • Non-Fire Incidents
  • Hazardous Materials

 

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