Fire Safety: Become A Fire Safety Expert

Become an expert in Fire Safety, Fire Hazards Control, Fire Evacuation Plans, and Fire Risk Assessment.
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  • Lectures 18
  • Contents Video: 43 mins
  • Skill Level Intermediate Level
  • Languages English
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About This Course

Published 2/2015 English

Course Description

Almost all countires restrict rules for fire protection in any workplace, and ensure that these rules are applied on the groud, so fire knowledge is no longer a lexury or extra information.

Join more than a thousand happy student in the strongest fire safety course on udemy, even if you have zero knowledge about safety or fire, this course is going to take your hand from the simplest fire concept to the experts playground.

It the "SAFETY FIRST" sign is what you see upon entering any industrai site, no job interview in a decent industrial company can exclude the fire subject.

  • A simple yet very strong guide for protection against fire hazards.
  • Understanding of fire concepts such as fire tetrahedron, fire risk assessment & evacuation plans, flash point, etc.
  • Materials free for download includes: The full course materials, fire inspection checklist, & a guideline for fire evacuation plan.
  • The course structure starts with simple demonstration of fire, and fire chemistry, developing to fire terminology, fire classes, extinguishers, and with the same simplicity ends up with fire risk assessment and evacuation plans.
  • Why take this course? Because fire knowledge is not a luxury, it is a life saving.

What are the requirements?

  • Download the course slides for free from lecture 1
  • Log off social media, find a quiet place with no distractions.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Understanding fire in a very simple way and in only 42 minutes training course.
  • Be familiar with fire concepts like fire tetrahedron, Risk assessment, fire evacuation plans, flash point, etc.
  • Be familiar with the different types of fire extinguishers and how to use them.
  • Able to control fire hazards, using different contol measures.
  • Knowing the most effective extinguishing agent to be used against each class of fire.
  • Control fire hazards results from differnt activities such as welding and cutting, smoking, electricity, hot surfaces, etc.
  • Knowing the principles of fire risk assessment.
  • Knowing the principles of fire evacutaion plans.

What is the target audience?

  • Workers in industrial environments.
  • Applicants in safety and health jobs.
  • Safety and health professionals.
  • Students and fresh graduates looking for building a solid CV.
  • Who ever want to protect his home, workplace, etc. against fire hazards.

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
30 day money back guarantee.

Forever yours.
Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: Basics of Fire Safety
02:43
  • To get the most out of this course.
  • What we will study in this course.
  • What is fire.
  • Fire triangle, and fire tetrahedron.
  • The four elements of fire.
01:12
  • Types of fuel materials.
  • How fuel burns?
01:46
  • Experement to show that only vapor burns.
01:41
  • Fire needs oxygen to breath.
  • What we mean by "Flammability Limits".
01:40
  • What do we mean by heat.
  • How heat transfers?
00:40
  • How the reaction starts.
1 question

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Section 2: Fire Terminology
Fire Definitions
02:07
At the flash point the fire can maintain its flam
1 question
Section 3: What Can Start a Fire?
02:39
  • Different ignition sources.
  • Electrical fire hazards.
  • Protection against overloading.
  • Protection against electrical arc or blast.
  • Protection against static electricicty.
00:35
  • How smoking can start fires.
01:19
  • What do we mean by hot work.
  • Hazards from hot work.
  • Protection against fire hazards from hot work.
01:09
  • Various ways of ignition.
  • Auto or self ignition.
  • Static electricity.
  • Friction.
What is the #1 cause of home fires?
1 question
Section 4: Fire Classification
03:14
  • Classification of fires according to NFPA.
  • Class (A) fires.
  • Class (B) fires.
  • Class (C) Fires.
  • Class (D) fires.
  • Class (K) fires.
Foam is best used against which class of fire?
1 question
Section 5: Fire Extinguisher
02:02
  • Different types of extinguishers.
  • Dry chemical powder extinguishers.
  • Extinguishing mechanism.
  • Carbon dioxide extinguishers.
01:03
  • Starvation.
  • Smothering.
  • Cooling.
  • Stopping the chain chemical reaction.
03:39
  • Extinguishing the fire by smothering.
  • Extinguishing the fire by starvation.
  • Extinguishing the fire by cooling.
  • Extinguishing the fire by removing the chain chemical reaction.
01:02
  • The ABC's of fire extinguishers.
  • Correct use of fire extinguishers.
  • PASS.
Why chemical powder is not our first choice when it comes to class C fires?
1 question
Section 6: Fire Risk Assessment and Evacuation Plan
08:37
  • The 6 steps of fire risk assessment.
  • Control measures to minimize the risk of fire.
  • Safe Storage of flammable liquids.
  • Structural measures to prevent the spread of fire.
  • Fire Detections and warnings.
  • Maintenance and testing of fire-fighting equipment.
05:49
  • Fire marshals.
  • testing, drill, and training.
  • Provision for the infirm and disabled.
  • Control measures to control fire risk.
  • Thank you, and good bye :)
We can use elevator during fire emergencies.
1 question

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Instructor Biography

Mohammed Saeed, Safety and Health Engineer, Trainer

Safety and Health Trainer and Engineer, who trains hundreds of students each year, holds variety of high end safety and health certificates such as NEBOSH, NASP, DSW, HAZWOPER, HAZOP, and more.

Field experience in two of the most hazardous workplace environments "Offshore Petroleum and Shipbuilding", worked with the most experienced clients in the oil and gas business "British Petroleum", "Shell", etc.

Also have a great experience as an entrepreneur and business manager, as i own a variety of business in the fields of food industry and technology

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