Speaker: To B-Seen
To B-Seen hosts their fire prevention course exclusively for ACC members
The basic fire safety training focuses on prevention, but also teaches you how to deal with a starting fire.
In an interactive theoretical section, you learn the difference between flame, fire and conflagration, what forms the basis for the start of a fire and what types of small extinguishing agents exist if escalation occurs. We teach the handling of small extinguishers through practical application in a controlled setting, whether on your own premises or not.
This session is always supervised by an experienced teacher-firefighter and a safety officer.
Theoretical component in an interactive lesson format (2.5h)
- Fire triangle
- Fire development and occurrence
- Smoke development and the associated hazards
- Role of catalysts
- Types of fire extinguishing agents
- Fire and explosion hazards, depending on your activities
Practical section with training in extinguishing techniques (1.5h)
- Safety briefing
- Extinguishing different types of fire (class A and B) and handling different extinguishing agents:
- Fire blanket
- CO2 extinguisher
- Powder extinguisher
- Foam extinguisher
- If available: fire reel
- Extinguishing a burning person
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