Training in fire safety offers skills and processes that can help decrease the damage caused by flames. Learners will be prepared to battle fires in the case of an unforeseen fire outbreak using the knowledge and skills learned during this course. Also, show the delegate how to recognize fire hazards in the workplace and implement basic firefighting procedures.
The training's goal is to teach participants how to identify workplace hazards and use fire control and prevention systems effectively. Fire safety training provides competence in academic knowledge and hands-on experience with various firefighting equipment, and insight into an organization's level of emergency readiness.
Fire risks are the most dangerous of all because if a fire breaks out in a building, it will damage that area of the structure and spread swiftly, perhaps resulting in death. Though only a small percentage of fires may be avoided or predicted in advance, the vast majority cannot, necessitating the use of fire safety precautions.
The following are the five primary classes of fires: