Fire Extinguisher Training

GROW YOUR TEAM’S CONFIDENCE WHEN IT COUNTS WITH ON-SITE TRAINING

Having your employees trained to use a fire extinguisher correctly is essential. In fact, giving you the confidence to react quickly during an emergency is a big part of our passion for helping you protect your people and your business. Through hands-on training with fire simulations in a safe learning environment, our professional instructors will educate your staff on the basics of fire extinguisher locations, common fire hazards, proper procedures, safe evacuation routes, and more.

OUR EXTINGUISHER TRAINING PROGRAM INCLUDES:

  • An overview of common types of fire protection equipment
  • A discussion of typical extinguisher types
  • Education on common causes of fires
  • A review of current fire evacuation procedures
  • Emergency preparedness training
  • Fire hazard awareness training
  • Training on P.A.S.S. method
  • The different classes of fires

DURATION

Approximately 2-3 hours of fire extinguisher training.

NATIONALLY ACCREDITED & CERTIFIED

On-Site Fire Extinguisher and Fire Warden Training to NZQA Standards.

ADD-ON COURSES

Along with fire extinguisher training, Fire Systems NZ offers several other courses that may be combined with this class to save money.

The courses that are most useful in addition to fire extinguisher training are:

  • Fire Warden Training
  • Chief Fire Warden Training
  • Fire drills and workplace emergency drills

 

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People credited with this unit standard are able to demonstrate knowledge of
the fire classes and fire suppression techniques, and select and implement a
strategy to deal with fire.
This unit standard is applicable to members of the general public in industrial
and domestic situations.

This unit standard is primarily for personnel whose duties involve fire and
rescue response in the workplace and will also be relevant to other learners
who anticipate the need to use hand-held fire extinguishers in industrial or
domestic situations.
People credited with this unit standard are able to demonstrate knowledge of
the basic principles of the chemistry of fire and the basic principles of the
physics of fire.

People credited with this unit standard are able to demonstrate
knowledge of evacuation requirements for a particular
workplace or site, and explain the duties of a Fire and
Emergency Warden.