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Fire Fighting & Industrial Safety

Aim

The course is aim formaking the studentaware of risk, hazards,accidentsand illnessesrelatedtocommondaytoday,industrialactivitiesandjobsandwaysto prevent/protectthemselvesfromsuchsituations.Italsohighlightsmancommitment toenvironmentalwell–being.

 

Objectives

Oncompletionof thecourse,thestudentisexpectedtobe familiar withoccupation relatedillnesses/hazardsandpreventive/controlmeasuresthere of. He isalsomade aware ofhisobligationtowardsenvironmentalpreservation.

Course Fees : 50000


Course Fees(NRI) : 1875

       

Scope & Career

Syllabus

COURSE– I:   FIRE ENGINEERING

Unit –I

Basic Fire fightingTechniques,Fire Extinguishers–Typesandsuitability,Fire Hoses–typesandfittingsthereof,Foamandfoammakingequipments, Hydrant pumpsandprimersandfirehydrantsystems.

Unit –II

TankCoolingsystems, powers,sprinklersetc.,IC EnginesandFire crashtender, Fire Alarmsystems, Air craftandshipfires,Buildingconstruction–    Fireprevention methodology–Rescue &escapesystems.

Unit –III

Chemistryof combustion, Typesof firesandextinguishingmethods,Fixedfire fightinginstallations,Major fire fightingappliancesandspecialinstallations.

Unit – IV

Fire– smoke andflame detectors,Storage&handlingof flammable,explosive materials&transportation,Firstaidforburns, Usageofbasic FF appliances, Electricalandchemicalfiresandtheir prevention.

Unit –V

PPE’sfor fire fighting–proximitysuitsetc.,Firesinair–craft& shipprevention, Fire rescue &escapetechniques,Fundamentalsofbuildingdesign –civilengineering fromfirepreventionpoint, NationalandInternational  codesonfire.

Reference Books

 

 

1.  Fire  Protection  Hand  Book  –  Publication:  National  Fire  Protection

AssociationUSAAuthor:Quincy–Massachusetts

 

2. Fire  and  explosion  Hazards  Handbook  of  Industrial  Chemicals Publication: JaicoPublishingHouseAuthor:TatyanaA.Devletshina & NicholasP.Cheremisinoff,Ph. D.

3.  ElectricalSafety,FireSafetyEngineeringandSafetyManagement–

Rao.S

 

4.  IndustrialFireProtectionHandBook–Publication:CRCPress,Boca

Raton,FL. Author:Schroll,R.C, 2002.

 

5.  FireLossControl-AManagementGuide–Publication:MarcelDekker

Inc, NewYork –Author:Planer, R. G,1990.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aim

COURSE – II:   INDUSTRIAL SAFETY

The course isaimedat makingthe studentaware ofvarioussafetyaspectsinindustry asregardstoworkexecutionactivity.Italso awarehimof thevarioushazards,risks andprecautionstobeexercisedinindustrysite works.

Objectives

Oncompletionof thecoursethe studentisexpectedtobeaware of industrial accidents,processes& jobrelatedoccupationalhazards&importanceof safety knowledge inpreventingthem.

Unit –I

Safetyfundamentals,definitions,safe workpractices,Causationtheoriesfor accidents,Importance of workpermitsystem, Accidentinvestigation,Safety inspectionsnorms,RoadSafety,MSDS,Vehicleinspectionsetc.

Unit –II

Hazards inusageof highpressure gases,Risks&controlmeasuresinExcavation, Safetymanagementsystems– Emergencycontrol,Planand  Evacuationplan. Hazard identificationandanalysis.

 

 

 

Unit –III

LegalAspectsofsafety– laws,PPE’s,Importantofusage /suitability,FactoriesAct

1948,CentralPollutionControlBoard,OHSAS-18001andOSHA –Introdution– OH&S Policy–ProcessSafetyManagement(PSM) asper          OSHA performance, Measurementstodetermineeffectivenessof PSM.

Unit – IV

Propertiesof Hazardousmaterials/chemicals, Handlingandstorage of High– pressuregascylinders,Workinconfinedplaces–Risks& Hazards–Paint&Solvent mixing/handling–risks&Precautions.

Unit –V

Transportation&storageof hazardousmaterials/chemicals, Threshold, Limitsof

chemicals, Limitsofflammability,PPE’susage–Respiratory& Non- Respiratory.

COURSE – III:   CONSTRUCTION SAFETY

Unit –I

 

Workat Heights–scaffoldings& laddersusage, Type of scaffolds,safety requirements,designandloadfactors. Defects& inspectionnorms, Typesof ladders, upkeep, defectsandgoodmaintenancetips.

 

Unit –II

 

Riggingsafety,materialhandling, slings,Hoists, Liftingtackles,chainblocks, Derricksetc.,Safetyinpaintmixing,solventhandling& paintstorage,risk&control measures.

 

Unit –III

 

Cranes,FLT’s&earthmovingequipment–Risksandpreventivemethods, Mechanicalhazards,Safetyinheavymachinery/ equipment          movement,vehicle

/mobile equipmentinspectionchecklist.

 

Unit – IV

 

Safetyinhazardousareas, Taggingbarrication, warningsignsetc.,Hotworks- risks

& controlmeasures,Precautionsinusageof portable Grinders,Drillingmachines, Coldcuttingmachines,Jackhammersetc.

 

Unit –V

 

Tools& Tacklesmaintenance andupkeep,Commonshopfloorinjuries–Firstaid andpreventive measures, LiftingandmanualHandlingofheavy   machinery, Precautionsinusageof highpressure compressedair,Pneumatic tools.

– IV:   OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH &ENVIRONMENT

Unit –I

 

Commonoccupationaldiseases/ailmentsinworksite andcontrolmeasures,Soil, water andairpollution- classification, sources  and  engineeringmethodsincontrol of variouspollutants.

 

Unit –II

 

Sourcesof Noise &VibrationinIndustriesandinEnvironment- Controlmethods– Effects of Noise andvibrationonHumanandenvironmentalsystems-Wildlife conservation, Deforestation& landdegradation.

 

Unit –III

 

 

Care of eyes, Nose, Throat, Teethandskinrelatedailments&their treatment, Housekeepingandoccupationaldiseases- IndustrialHealthMonitoring- Legal Aspects.

Unit – IV

 

Occupationaldiseases&IndustrialHygiene- Industriallighting& ventilation–

Preventive medicines.

 

Unit –V

 

FactoriesActandLegalaspectsof pollutions–laws,Principlesof Firstaid-Firstaid for commonailments/ on- site injuries.

Audience & Eligibility

Mock Interviews

We train our junior engineers to present themselves well and pass their interviews .They are well prepared through continuous mock interviews that provides confidence to our engineers.

A detailed session of the below mentioned format for the mock interview is provided by DA.

 

  • Interviews
  • On-Campus Interviews
  • Interview tips
  • Sample Interview Questions
  • Behavioral Interviews
  • Technical Interviews
  • Site Visits
  • Dress for Success
  • No Show Interview Policy
  • Industry Research Guide
  • Industry Expectations
  • Thank You Letters
  • Email Correspondence

Training Features

  • Since 14 years in Fire fighting & Industrial Safety engineering.
  • Our mentors have 5 to 10 year industrial knowledge in Fire fighting & Industrial Safety  engineering.
  • Senior lead Fire fighting & Industrial Safety engineers convert the candidates to junior Fire fighting & Industrial Safety engineers.
  • Live Chat with faculty.
  • Virtual class rooms.
  • Audio & Video tutorials.
  • Based upon real projects on Fire fighting & Industrial Safety engineering.
  • In Plant visit for candidates.
  • Hands on training on leading software.
  • Career counseling & guidance.
  • 100 % job oriented training program.
  • Best placement records are maintained till now.

Personality Development


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