Telesure Lane

Auto & General Park

Telesure Lane

Randburg

2055

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.9803685

28.0138512

20 Peters Rd

Peters Rd

Durban

4068

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.681933

31.026436

10 Cassiafield Grve

Cassiafield Grve

Springfield Park

4051

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.807632

31.00081

48 Ebonyfield Av

Unit 13

Ebonyfield Av

Durban

4051

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.804981

31.00549

22 Brickworks Way

Brickworks Way

Durban

4051

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.797755

31.012813

Fire Safety Training

Fire safety training would include preparation on how to evacuate yourself, your loved ones, and your colleagues from a burning building. This training should also contain methods on how to combat a fire using an extinguisher, how to treat someone suffering from smoke inhalation, and how to administer cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).
 
While the general alarm from a fire can cause panic, there are things a company or household can do to minimise the risks associated with this anxiety. Most companies will have published an evacuation route in key areas of the building. Many organisations also appoint fire marshals to help co-ordinate the safe evacuation of the people in the building. Fire safety training programs educate fire marshals and staff on what to do in case of such an emergency.
 
Although fire alarms, smoke detectors, and sprinkler systems are put in place to minimise loss of life and property, it is the training one receives which actually makes a difference in saving lives. Most companies that provide such training would come out to the office or home. There are other more advanced training courses that one could attend lasting between 2 to 5 days, depending on the level of training one requires.
 
Most fire safety training courses would also provide material like swabs, medications, ointments and other first aid items to those being trained. One of the first fire safety training lessons one would receive is on how to prevent a fire in the first place.
 
For more information about fire safety training, visit the Yellow Pages website.

Fire Safety Training

Fire safety training would include preparation on how to evacuate yourself, your loved ones, and your colleagues from a burning building. This training should also contain methods on how to combat a fire using an extinguisher, how to treat someone suffering from smoke inhalation, and how to administer cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).
 
While the general alarm from a fire can cause panic, there are things a company or household can do to minimise the risks associated with this anxiety. Most companies will have published an evacuation route in key areas of the building. Many organisations also appoint fire marshals to help co-ordinate the safe evacuation of the people in the building. Fire safety training programs educate fire marshals and staff on what to do in case of such an emergency.
 
Although fire alarms, smoke detectors, and sprinkler systems are put in place to minimise loss of life and property, it is the training one receives which actually makes a difference in saving lives. Most companies that provide such training would come out to the office or home. There are other more advanced training courses that one could attend lasting between 2 to 5 days, depending on the level of training one requires.
 
Most fire safety training courses would also provide material like swabs, medications, ointments and other first aid items to those being trained. One of the first fire safety training lessons one would receive is on how to prevent a fire in the first place.
 
For more information about fire safety training, visit the Yellow Pages website.

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