Emergency training (specialized).
Persons designated to participate in a firefighting and rescue team on an offshore mining installation.
Train the participant in the theory and practice of firefighting and rescue activities.
- The role of a firefighting and rescue team on an offshore mining installation.
- Respond to alarms, such as going to the assembly point and selecting and donning the required personal protective equipment.
- Basic principles and procedures of a firefighting and rescue team.
- Basic principles and procedures when working with breathing apparatus.
- Use of firefighting equipment such as hoses and nozzles, reels, portable Class A and Class B fire extinguishers, fire blankets, etc.
- Fire suppression for indoor fires, plant fires and helicopter fires.
- Rescue crew and passengers from a burning helicopter.
- Assist with incidents such as gas leaks, oil and chemical spills, as well as incidents involving injured victims, etc.
- Cleaning and maintenance of used equipment.
- Maintain effective communication.
- Escape from smoke-filled areas by using an escape mask.
Efficiently perform all the techniques mentioned in the learning objectives.
Fight helicopter fires with monitors, fire hoses and portable extinguishers.
Rescue crew and passengers from a burning helicopter.
Prerequisites for practical exercises:
A firefighting and rescue team must consist of at least 4 people.
There must be 2 instructors per group and a maximum of 6 participants per instructor.
Basic course = 4 days.
Refresher course = 2 days.
Two (2) years.