We provide Fire Fighting Training and Mock drills at your site for Fire & Safety awareness.
Our Mock Drills include :
► First Aid Training
► Fire Evacuation Procedure
► Basic Fire Fighting Training

Health and Safety Awareness Training

This Occupational Health and Safety Awareness (OHSA) training focuses on the health and safety rights and responsibilities of workers, supervisors and employers. It also serves as a general introduction to workplace health and safety.

Everyone in the workplace, from the employer to the newest worker, has different but important duties to keep the workplace safe. they have the greatest responsibility but it's important for your own safety that you understand everyone's health and safety duties, including yours.

One of your employer's duties under the OHSA is to give you specific information and instructions about how to stay safe on your job. What you learn from this program will help you start to understand those instructions. We hope you will use what you learn here every day of your working life.

Fire Drills / Evacuation Procedures

Fire drills help to ensure individuals have the knowledge to safety escape a fire without injuring themselves or others. Fire drills are conducted by the person that is responsible for the building. It is also required that fire drills are held at intervals no greater than every 12 months (once a year), with the following exceptions.

Pre-Fire Drill Procedures

To be conducted by supervisory staff or maintenance personnel.
1. Contact the fire alarm monitoring company and advise them of the upcoming fire drill.
2. Ensure to supply the monitoring company with the estimated timeline to conduct the fire drill.
3. Record the time from the activation of the fire alarm to the evacuation of all staff, students and clientele.

During the Fire Drill

Supervisory staff are to monitor the evacuation process and note any of the following:
► Are individuals closing the doors upon exiting rooms?
► Are individuals remaining calm and proceeding towards the nearest exit?
► Are individuals assembling at the designated muster point?
► Are fire wardens (if applicable) ensuring the safe evacuation of all individuals?
► Are all individuals being accounted for (if applicable)?
► Are exits guarded to prevent re-entry into the building?

Fire Safety Plan

The implementation of a Fire Safety Plan helps to ensure effective utilization of life safety features in a building to protect people from fire. The required Fire Safety Plan should be designed to suite the resources of each individual building or complex of buildings. The National Fire Agency have made it mandatory to have a Fire Safety Plan in all Building/Industry.