Fire Safety

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Estimated Seat Time
60 Minutes

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Course Summary

This training is designed to give participants the decision making skills necessary to determine the appropriate actions and equipment to be used in the case of a fire situation. It will increase the participants’ awareness of the inherent and potential risks of fire with everyday correctional activities.

The purpose of this training is to develop and maintain emergency response plans and evacuation procedures that staff and inmates can safely utilize in the event of a fire or other life threatening emergency in any part of a correctional facility.

At the conclusion of the lesson students will be able to;

 - Identify 4 components of fire

 - Identify the 4 classes of fire

 - Identify the stages of fire

 - Identified dangers associated with fire

 - Name nine parts of the Scott Air Pak

 - Don the Scott Air Pak

 - Identify two types of fire extinguishers

 - Effectively operate a fire extinguisher

Course Syllabus

  • Fire Response

    • Fire Safety
    • History of Fire
    • Fire Science
    • Reporting Fires
    • Sprinkler and Fire Extinguisher
    • Classifications of Fire
    • P.A.S.S.
    • Types of Fire Extinguishers
    • Maintenance of Fire Extinguisher
    • Evacuations
    • Training Overview
    • General Safety
    • Command Post and Debriefing
    • SCBA
    • Module Assessment
  • Fire Prevention and Safety 103 ECSD 973.00

    • Definitions
    • Safety Codes and Prevention Plans
    • Evacuation Plans and Fire Safety Officer
    • Alarm System, Egress, and Materials
    • Module Assessment