Firefighting Course

Firefighting Course: 2 days R 1 500,00
The training will cover the following modules:

Identify Types of Fire

o Chemistry of Fire
o Spread of Fire and Heat Radiation
o Classification of Fire

Fire Prevention

o Fire Prevention and Protection
o Firefighting and Safety Equipment
o Problems that May Cause Fires and Hamper Fire Control
o Prepare for an Emergency
o Evacuation Procedures

Select Firefighting Equipment

o Equipment for Extinguishing Fires


Fight the Fire
o Rules of the Firefighter
o Methods of Extinguishing Fires
o Monitor and Respond to Changes in a Fire
o Contain and/or Extinguish a Fire

First Aid Courses

First Aid Level 1: 2 days R 900,00

  • Demonstrates an understanding of emergency scene management
  • Understanding of elementary anatomy and physiology.

First Aid Level 1 helps you to assess an emergency situation, treat common injuries and apply first aid procedures to a life – threatening situation.

  • Primary & Secondary Survey
  • Practical application of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
  • Application of slings and bandages.


First Aid Level 2: 3 days R1 200,00

  • Demonstrates an understanding of emergency scene management. First Aid level 2 also offers general treatments and stabilization of casualties relating to work related medical conditions and injuries.
  • Practical application of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR).
  • General application of slings and bandages.
  • Infant CPR.
  • Assistance of choking adults and children.

First Aid Level 3: 4 days R1 600,00

  • Comprehensive First Aid training that covers all first aid topics from beginners to advanced.

This First Aid training is ideal for persons who work in hazardous environments or areas where medical care is not readily accessible.

  • Practical application of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
  • General application of slings and bandages
  • Infant CPR
  • Burns
  • Choking adults and children
  • Splinting
  • Triage
  • Emergency Childbirth
  • Carrying methods

OHS Course

Health & Safety Training is a legal requirement in the workplace as failure to train employees and adopt a Health & Safety practice could expose the employer to lawsuits from employees and/or customers in the event of injury / death occurring due to negligence on the part of the employee / employer.

The content to be covered includes:

Identify potential hazards in the work area

  • Potential hazards are correctly identified and removed, reduced or reported
  • A health and safety plan is drawn up
  • Protective clothing requirements are identified and protective clothing is used
  • Implications of exposure to hazardous substances and hazards are known
  • All statutory requirements are being met

Limit damage to persons or property in the case of an emergency

  • The location of fire extinguishers, hoses and alarms is known
  • Different fire extinguishers are identified and used correctly
  • Procedures for the identification of emergencies are known and followed promptly and correctly
  • Injuries involving individuals are reported promptly to the relevant persons

Follow procedures that apply to illness or injury in the work area

  • Procedures for reporting and recording are demonstrated
  • Procedures to be followed if an injury may lead to a claim against workman’s compensation are followed
  • A brief incident report is written and delivered to the relevant authority

Safety management system (OHSAS 18001)

What is safety management

Safety management system is a systematic approach designed to identify safety hazards and risks, control all safety elements and reduce the risks to a more acceptable manner. Safety management system provides a way for setting goals, planning, measuring the performance, control documentation and continues improvement.
What are the benefits?

  1. Safety management systems will provide a more proactive way of identifying hazards
  2. It will improve the legal compliance
  3. Addresses safety risks proactively
  4. Reduce loss of life and injuries though prevention of accidents and incidents.
  5. Improve employee’s moral by engaging them during the planning phase.
  6. Reduction in insurance premiums through demonstration of safety risk control.

Who should implement the safety management system?

Any organization who wants to increase their safety performance and legal compliance. An organization who wants to provide a structure for doing things properly, attempting to systematize and standardize whatever is possible in order to do it efficiently and effectively, using validated methodologies that lead toward the achievement of objectives. Following are the industries who have already implemented the safety system.
Civil aviation Industry, Railway Industry, Maritime Industry, Manufacturing industry, Iron and steel Industry, Construction, Food and beverages, Chemical industry, pharmaceutical, mining, etc.

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