Adequate fire evacuation is successful if you have received proper training
Emergency response team members learn during an emergency response course various factors of life-saving first actions and also how an evacuation in the event of a fire can proceed quickly and smoothly. All too often, after a fire, panic ensues and it can become chaos of people walking together. It is up to the emergency response team to ensure that an evacuation runs smoothly. As an emergency response officer, you should not panic yourself and try to keep calm. This requires quite a bit of you and that is why an emergency response course is very useful. Even if you already have a BHV certificate, it is advisable to take a refresher course now and then, so that your knowledge remains up-to-date.
The online fire and evacuation course from BHV Care
It is important that during a fire and evacuation course you learn everything about how fire extinguishers work and how to evacuate. A practical lesson is no longer necessary for this. The BHV fire and evacuation course can be followed digitally with interactive videos. This can be done on your pc or laptop, tablet or smartphone and this can be done anywhere you have an internet connection. Taking the course in your own familiar environment ensures that you follow the course much more relaxed and you are free to organize your own time.
* Module: What is fire?
* Module: Fire classes & extinguishing agents
* Module: Check & use extinguishing media
* Module: Evacuation in an emergency
Total duration: 90 minutes
About the instructor
See more courses by BHV Care →
|What is Fire?
|Introduction to Fire Safety
|The Mechanics of Fire
|ASSESSMENT: The Mechanics of Fire
|Fire Classes and Extinguishing agents
|Introducing Fire Extinguishers
|ASSESSMENT: Fire Types and Extinguishers
|Checking and Using Extinguishers
|Using Fire Extinguishers
|Checking Fire Extinguishers
|ASSESSMENT: Checking and Using Fire Extinguishers
|Evacuation in an emergency
|The Evacuation procedure
|The Door procedure
|ASSESSMENT: Evacuation in an Emergency
No Reviews found for this course.