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Certified Fire Protection Preparatory Program, Fire Pumps Performance and Inspection

Date: 14 August 2017 - 25 August 2017
Course ID: ADDS134/2017
Duration: 12 Days
Fee US $: 4950 US$
Venue: Dubai / UAE
Category: Safety, Security, Fire and Emergency Response Engineering

Introduction:

Upon completion of this part, participants will have a thorough understanding of firefighting and detection alarm system, Signal diagram, LCN & UCN, Network and GUS administration, and Drawing/Distribution/ Termination details of FSC & Fire Protection Panel.



Participants will have in-depth Knowledge of network design, hydraulic calculations by using NFPA programs, equipment selection, proper operation, troubleshooting through presentation of actual case studies.



Participants will be divided into two or three groups and each will receive a project and at end of calculations, by using elite software program.

Daily Outlines:

Part # 1



Fire Alarm System



Day 1:



Post program test



What is fire?



- What is the firefighting system



- Classification of occupancies



- Types of sprinkler systems



- Sequence of operations for firefighting and detection system equipped with suppression system.



- Signal interconnection philosophy Diagram.



- LCN & UCN interconnection Diagram.



- Types of sprinklers



- Dry pipe sprinkler system



- Deluge & Per-action system



- Refrigerated spaces



- Commercial type cooking equipment



- Wet-pipe sprinkler system



- Single line diagram & Grounding Scheme



- Network Configuration & GUS Administration



- Details Drawings for FCS & Fire Protection Panel







Day 2:



- Basic Design of Sprinkler Systems



- How to design a project



- Sprinkler distribution inside the places



Also intended for those who are responsible for enhancing fire safety awareness and emergency planning practices in industrial applications:



• Health safety and environment professionals and representative.



• Emergency response team members/leaders



• Fire and security officers



• Others who may find themselves in a leadership position when responding to a major emergency or involved in implementing the company's Health Safety and Environmental Safety Management Systems.



Risk Assessment, Safety & Emergency Planning







Fire precautions regulation and legislation



- Basic of fire Safety and the Cost of fires



- Four steps to a successful Fires Risk Assessment



- Methodology and checklist for carrying one out



- Checklists – ignition and fuel sources



- Design and construction requirements for exits; Escape



- Firefighting equipment and fixed extinguishing systems



Evacuation Procedures – including Bomb Threats



• Workshop – Theory into practice – delegates to carry out an inspection and fire Risk Assessment



Effective Safety, Fire Prevention and Emergency Planning Programme



Fire Prevention policy:



- Portable Fire Extinguishers (PFE)



- Class of Fire



- Class Discussion on use and limitations of PFE followed by PFE Quiz



- Fire Protection and Fire Prevention Measures







Communications, Emergency and Evacuation Drills and Exercises



- Guidance on developing fire training, drills and exercises;



- Exercise Design Formula



- Learning for evacuation drills S fire-fighting exercises



- Feedback for future assessment, emergency actions plans and procedures;



- Checklist for a prolonged incident involving an evacuation



Emergency Centers, Staffing, facilities and reporting facilities



- Alerting and Warning. Communicating with staff, neighbors or public



- Communications. Public/ media, main continuity flow of information







Day 3: Wednesday 20 August



Reputation Management



Case Study-Essentials of Safety Management Systems



- European Union Directives: Control of Major Accident & Hazard



Regulations



- On Site Safety Management Systems



- On and Off-site Emergency Plans



- Case Study



- Incident Command Systems



- On-Scene management. How to quickly establish a reliable information flow from the scene, co-ordination all resources, on and off site;



- Post – incident evaluations, de-briefs and reports



- Case Study







Maintenance of equipment, plans and procedures – exercising



- Workshop and Class Exercise – "Safe operation of an industrial Site".



- Human behavior and Fire Safety



- Case Study



- Program Evaluation



- Discuss personal action plans







Day 4:



- Signal Interconnection philosophy Diagram



- LCN & UGN Interconnection Diagram



- Signal Line Diagram & Grounding Scheme



- Network Configuration & GUS Administration



- Area Database and history Groups / Configuration



- General Drawings – FSC & Fire protection Panel



- Power Distribution - FSC & Protection Panel



- Power consumption Calculation – FSC & Fire Protection panel



- Termination Details – FSC & Fire Protection panel



- SMM Point List – FSC



- Functional Logics – FSC



- Communication Drawings – FSC



- General Drawings – Auxiliary Console



- General Drawings - Firefighting Panel



- Power Distribution - Firefighting Panel



- Power Consumption – Fire Fighting Panel



- Functional Logistics – Fire Fighting Panel



- Leader Diagram – Fire Fighting Panel



- Graphics Printouts







Part # 2



Fire Fighting



Day 5:



Introduction



1. Introduction to dire science



2. Firefighting definitions



3. Firefighting legislations and codes



4. The direct and indirect cost of fire accidents



5. What is Fire?



6. Fire nature and types



7. Active firefighting



8. Passive firefighting







Day 6: Saturday 23 August: Weekend



Day 7: Sunday 24 August: Weekend



Day 8: Monday 25 August



Fire prevention and protection



9. Components of firefighting plan



10. Fire hazard analysis



11. Fire risk assessment



12. Methods of control



13. Communication of fire prevention plan





Fire alarms and detectors system



14. Introduction to NFPA 72



15. Components of fire detection and alarm system



16. Types of detectors



17. Lay out of detectors



18. Specification of alarm system



19. New application of the alarm system



20. Inspection and maintenance





NFPA 101 Life Safety Code



21. Means of Egress Requirements



22. Exit Routes Basic Requirements



23. Exit door Specifications



24. Exit marking



25. Emergency Action Plan DAY



6 Firefighting systems (manual)



26. Types of portable fire extinguishers



27. Using and inspecting fire extinguishers



28. Rail hose cabinet



29. Fire hydrants







Firefighting systems (fixed)



30. NFPA 13 Sprinkler System



31. Types of sprinklers



32. What is the firefighting system?



33. Classification of occupancies



34. Types of sprinkler system



35. Dry pipe sprinkler system



36. Deluge & Pre-action system



37. Wet-pipe sprinkler system



38. Basic Design of Sprinkler system



39. Fire pumps



40. Co2 firefighting system



41. FM 200 and similar firefighting







BUILDING CONSTRUCTION and fire impact



42. Types of Building Construction



43. Fire Development



44. Factors Affecting Fire Development



45. Effects of Fire on common Building Materials



46. Indicators of Building Collapse





Day 9:



FBI (Fire Behavior Indicators)



47. Building



48. Smoke



49. Flame



50. Air track



51. Heat





Fire Command



52. Objectives of fire command



53. Duties and responsibilities of fire command



54. Job description of a fire command



55. Characteristics of a fire command



56. Fire warden responsibilities



57. Training



58. Staffing



59. Apparatus



60. Incident Operations



61. Per-Incident Planning





Fire scene



62. Factors that affect the fire scene



63. Fire scene initial report and size-up



64. Establishing Control Zones



65. Communication on the fire scene



66. Communication guideline DAY 14 Firefighting tactics and strategies



67. The difference between tactics and strategies



68. Choosing a strategy



69. Offensive VS non-offensive strategy



70. Marginal mood



71. Firefighting operation





Non-offensive strategy



72. Firefighting sectors



73. Factors that affect firefighting sectors



74. Geographical sectors



75. Functional sectors



76. Roles of different firefighting sectors



77. Firefighting main tactics DAY 16 Firefighting logistic



78. Fire engine components



79. Fire engine operation



80. Firefighting' PPE system



81. Firefighting' training program





Day 10:



First aid for firefighting



82. Types of burns



83. First aid for burns



84. Impacts of fire variables on individuals and how to help victims



85. Types of bone injuries



86. CPR



87. Transportation of victims DAY 18 Fire incidents reporting and investigation



88. Accidents, incidents and near miss



89. Fire RCA (Root Cause Analysis)



90. Investigation team qualifications



91. Corrective and preventive actions





Day 11:



Fire evacuation and Fire drills



92. Fire evacuation plan



93. Organization structure of fire evacuation plan



94. Fire drills planning



95. Fire drill evaluation and feedback



96. Case studies





Day 12:



97. Fire Drill (using a fire engine)



98. Evaluation



99. Closing



Final Test











Practical Case Studies and Exercises:



How Fire Starts



• Learning about fire Chemical reaction and flash point



 Pieces of paper



 Pieces of wood



 Lighters



 Glasses of water







Theories of Fire Fighting



• Learning how fire is suppressed



o Different Types of Fire Extinguisher



o Drum



o Some wood



o Gasoline





Rescue



• Learning how rescue is done during smoke



o Some ashes (Piece of cloth to bind the rescuers)





Fire Scene Size-up



• Learning how to size-up a fire and give an initial fire scene report



o Stimulation of having a fire scene and the first response fire officer is sizing up





Firefighting Sector (Workshop)



• Learning develop firefighting sectors

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