Fire Safety Committee
Under the Fire Safety Act (Emergency Response Plan) Regulations, the premise owner/occupier shall form a Fire Safety Committee (FSC) from among the occupants in the premises to assist to plan, organize and conduct fire safety programs including fire evacuation drills in the premises; including the formulation of the premise emergency response plan (ERP). This course will provide participants with the basic understanding and knowledge of the roles and function of the fire safety committee and the duties required to perform and discharge their responsibilities as fire safety committee members.
Fire Warden Roles & Responsibilities
One of the most critical components of the evacuation plan is the fire-evacuation wardens. The appropriate training and proficiency of the appointed wardens determine the overall effectiveness of the evacuation plan. Failing to train your wardens to the required proficiency may put the organization in dire liability and gross negligence in an undesired emergency situation. Given today’s complexity in building design and layout, effective warden training plays a pivotal role in the overall success of your emergency evacuation plan. This course will provide participants with the essential understanding of the roles, responsibilities and functions of an appointed fire-evacuation warden.
- Relevant regulatory requirements
- Roles and responsibilities of Fire Safety Committee
- Fire safety programs
- Emergency response planning
- Fire safety inspection
- Evacuation planning
- Roles and responsibilities of fire evacuation wardens
- Table top exercise
- Fire Safety Committee Members
- Fire Evacuation Wardens
- Fire Safety Managers
Participants will be awarded an e-certificate of attendance upon course completion
|Date||16 June 2020|
|Time||9am – 6pm|
|Venue||Virtual (via online training platform)|
|Fee||SGD 140 per participant|
|Accreditation||10 CPD Points (by SCDF)|
Bookings are closed for this event.