An Emergency Planning Committee may consider First Attack Fire Fighting Training for specific occupant to be an appropriate response to a fire. If so, under AS3745-2010, First Attack Fire Fighting Training must be provided to those occupants to ensure they are able to competently execute their duties as detailed in the emergency response procedures. First Attack Fire Fighting Training recipients must be suitable to take on these extra duties.
Hendry can provide First-Attack Fire Fighting Training that meets with the requirements of AS3745-2010, including:
The duties of the Emergency Control Organisation
Preparing for fires that have relevance to the site
Evacuating from endangered areas
Identifying, reporting and correcting unsafe conditions
Responding to fire emergencies
Identifying the classes of fire
Selecting the correct first attack firefighting equipment
Safe operating procedures for first attack firefighting equipment
Determining if it is safe to use first attack firefighting equipment
Procedures to be followed after first attack firefighting equipment is used
Post evacuation training
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