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Fire Safety Training Course

I completed the Fire & Safety training from Al Danah Institute. The Instructor was very kind to us. I'm fully satisfied with the course". 

Engineer at Construction Site

Overview

Fire safety training course plays a critical role in equipping individuals and organizations with the knowledge and skills needed to prevent fires, protect lives, and minimize property damage in the event of a fire emergency.

It's designed to educate individuals and organizations on the prevention, detection, and response to fires.

Course Introduction

Learning Objectives

01

Understanding Fire Dynamics:

  • Explain the basic principles of how fires start, spread, and behave.

  • Identify different classes of fires and their characteristics.

02

Fire Prevention Strategies:

  • Describe common fire hazards in various environments (e.g., workplaces, homes).

  • Recommend preventive measures to reduce the risk of fires (e.g., proper storage of flammable materials, electrical safety practices).

03

Fire Detection and Alarm Systems:

  • Identify types of fire detection systems (e.g., smoke detectors, heat detectors).

  • Interpret fire alarm signals and respond appropriately.

04

Fire Extinguisher Use:

  • Identify different types of fire extinguishers and their appropriate uses.

  • Demonstrate proper techniques for operating a fire extinguisher effectively.

05

Fire Warden Role-Specific Responsibilities:

  • Define the roles and responsibilities of fire wardens, emergency response team members, and other personnel during a fire emergency.

06

Communication and Reporting:

  • Outline effective communication procedures during a fire emergency (e.g., alerting others, contacting emergency services).

07

Legal and Regulatory Requirements:

  • Summarize relevant fire safety regulations and standards applicable to their workplace or environment.

Audience

The audience for fire safety training courses can vary widely depending on the context and purpose of the training. Here are some common audiences for whom fire safety training is essential:

Workplace Employees:

  • Managers and Supervisors: Leaders in the workplace need a deeper understanding of fire safety regulations, emergency protocols, and their responsibilities during a fire incident.

  • General Employees: Workers in offices, factories, warehouses, retail stores, and other workplaces benefit from fire safety training to understand fire hazards specific to their environment and how to respond in case of an emergency.

 

Industrial Workers:

  • Employees in industries such as manufacturing, construction, oil and gas, and mining face unique fire risks due to machinery, chemicals, and hazardous materials. Specialized fire safety training addresses these specific hazards and safety protocols.

Healthcare Professionals:

  • Hospital staff, nursing homes, and other healthcare facilities require fire safety training tailored to patient care, evacuation procedures for immobile patients, and the handling of medical equipment during emergencies.

Educational Institutions:

  • Teachers, administrators, and students in schools and universities need fire safety training to ensure a safe learning environment. This includes fire drills, evacuation procedures, and fire prevention measures in classrooms, dormitories, and laboratories.

Hospitality and Leisure Industry:

  • Hotel staff, restaurant workers, event organizers, and leisure facility employees need fire safety training to protect guests and visitors. This includes understanding evacuation routes, fire alarm systems, and emergency response procedures in crowded environments.

Residential Communities:

  • Residents of apartment buildings, condominiums, and gated communities benefit from fire safety training to understand building-specific evacuation plans, fire prevention tips for their homes, and community-wide emergency procedures.

Government and Public Service Agencies:

  • Firefighters, emergency responders, and public safety officials require advanced fire safety training to handle complex fire incidents, use specialized equipment, and lead community fire prevention programs.

 

Specialized Occupations:

  • Workers in unique environments such as laboratories, data centers, libraries/archives, and theaters need customized fire safety training due to specific fire risks associated with their work activities and equipment.

 

Homeowners and Small Businesses:

  • Individuals and small business owners benefit from basic fire safety training to protect their homes and workplaces. This includes fire prevention tips, household fire extinguisher use, and creating an emergency evacuation plan.

Course Trainer

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Laila Ali

Ms. Laila Ali is a Health and Safety Specialist, Trainer, and Consultant. She holds a Master of Science in Environmental Science. She uses the modern teaching methodology that focuses on open discussions and equal participation. Our previously registered clients were very satisfied with the learning outcomes met. She has delivered thousands of training hours to all levels. Also, she is bilingual which makes her deliver the information effectively.

Professional Development and Career Prospect

01

Professional Credibility:

  • A fire safety certificate demonstrates your expertise and commitment to fire safety standards. It shows employers that you are knowledgeable about fire prevention, emergency response, and safety protocols.

02

Enhanced Reputation:

  • Employers value employees who prioritize safety. Holding a fire safety certificate can enhance your professional reputation and make you a more attractive candidate for promotions or new opportunities.

03

Global Recognition:

  • Our fire safety certificates are recognized locally and internationally, which can be particularly advantageous if you are seeking job opportunities abroad or with multinational companies.

04

Career Development:

  • Having a fire safety certificate can open doors to advancement within your current organization or enable you to pursue roles with greater responsibility and higher pay.

Course Trainers

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Senior HSE Trainer & Consultant
Laila Ali

Ms. Laila Ali is one of the few competent health and safety trainers in the UAE. Her unique teaching methodology makes her one of the few favorite health and safety trainers in the UAE. She focuses on student-equal participation and interaction. Also, she simplifies the complex topics. 

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Health & Safety Trainer and Specialist
Wagdi Han

Mr. Wagdi is a pioneer in the occupational health and safety field. He has decades of expertise in delivering all workplace safety programs and courses in the UAE, the Middle East, and Globally. 

Duration & Delivery & Language of Training

Duration: ​

  • 2 hours

Delivery:

  • Live virtual training on Zoom

Medium of Instruction:

  • English

  • Arabic

  • Hindi/ Urdu

Certification

Upon successful completion of the First Aid at Work Training, participants will get the following certificate:

 

Course Certificate:

  • Fire Safety Certificate

Validity: 

  • 2 Years

Awarding Body:

  • Al Danah Institute for Environmental Health and Safety 

Fees

Fees Per Participant: 

  • 250 AED

  • Including the training and the certificate

Note: Group Registrations will get further discounts based on the total number of participants per group.

Registration Process

Filling Out a Form

To register for the training, please send the following via email/ Whatsapp:

  1. Select the dates and the timings from the schedule above

  2. Send your full name, address, and phone number

  3.  The invoice will be sent, and once you complete the payment you will receive a confirmation email 

E-mail: registration@aldanahinstitute.ae 

 

WhatsApp#: +971553612780                   

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