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Fire Evacuation for Buildings

HH152

Date

Durations

Location

Fee inclusive of VAT

04-09-2022
3 Days
ONLINE
3,450 (SAR)
04-09-2022
5 Days
Khobar
7,475 (SAR)
27-11-2022
5 Days
Riyadh
7,475 (SAR)
11-12-2022
5 Days
Jeddah
7,475 (SAR)

Evacuation of buildings upon sounding of the fire alarm is vital to the safety of the occupants. Many people consider the sounding of an alarm a nuisance and assume that all alarms are accidental or a system malfunction. They also tend to assume that, if there were a fire, once seen, there would be sufficient time to get out.

In addition to, employees shall be instructed in the proper procedures for preventing fires in the conduct of their assigned duties. It is essential that, they must be familiar with the principles involved in providing and maintaining adequate means of escape.

In this course delegates will know how the evacuation procedures are simple yet vital to the safety of the occupants and will aid in the confinement and extinguishment of the fire through the answer of the following questions:-

·What actions should employers take to help ensure safe evacuations of buildings?

·What should workers know before an emergency occurs?

·What should employers do when an emergency occurs?

·What should workers do in an emergency?

·If trapped during an emergency, what should workers do?

  • Crisis or disaster management, including business continuity staff and emergency planners.
  • Senior managers, auditors, risk and security managers.
  • Administrators and engineers who are accountable for health and safety as a part of their management responsibilities.
  • Individuals responsible for controlling contractors.

1.Introduction.

2.Definitions.

3.Specifications of Escape behaviour in fires and evacuation.

4.Means of Egress

5.Fire Escape in Difficult Circumstances.

6.Fire Evacuation plan and Drills.

7.Scenario

8.Fire Reporting Evacuation Drills

9.Other Emergency Procedures

  • Presentation & Slides
  • Audio Visual Aids
  • Interactive Discussion
  • Participatory Exercise
  • Action Learning
  • Class Activities
  • Case Studies
  • Workshops
  • Simulation

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