The first module provides an overview of fire prevention and suppression of fire and explosions. It will cover topics such as causes of ignition, detection and alarm and the control and containment of fire.
This second module will cover an overview of crew and passenger safety, means of escape, operational readiness and maintenance as well as describing the necessary instructions, onboard training and drills.
The third module will highlight the special requirements for a fire including; helicopter facilities, the carriage of dangerous goods, the protection of vehicle, special category and ro-ro spaces, how to deal with casualties as well as learning the design criteria for systems to remain operational after a fire casualty.
This module is part 1 of the international fire safety systems. It will cover international shore connections, personnel protection, fire-extinguishing and fire-alarm systems.
For the final module, students will complete part 2 of the international fire safety systems code. It will provide an overview for smoke detection systems, low-location lighting systems, means of escape plans, emergency fire pumps, foam systems and inert gas systems.
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