This is a sample of our online training courses and the way they are structured. Within this demo course you will see how our courses work with written, audio and video content as well as viewing how our quiz section works. If you would like to book yourself in for a course or have any questions about our courses, please don't hesitate to contact our friendly team via training@fireprotection.net.nz or 09 430 0498. You can now also purchase a course via PayPal!

PLEASE NOTE: This course is currently not live via the Online Training System as we are updating the course content and structure. If you would like to know when this course will be ready, please contact our office.

Our Advanced Emergency Management course is all about giving your staff the tools to be able to identify certain situations and how they need to be dealt with to preserve the life of not only the plant and equipment but your staff as well. Within the course you will learn about regulatory requirements, responsibilities, Emergency Wardens and their responsibilities within the workplace, emergency Situations and the procedures to follow when one occurs and much more.

To put it simply, this course is a brief overview of what you can expect to come across in regards to procedures and situations within the workplace

If you would like to view or complete this course, please contact our training team on 094300498 or training@fireprotection.net.nz

Do you have a trained Emergency Warden at your work? Would you know what to do it a gas leak or chemical spill occurred? Our Emergency Warden course covers all types of emergencies that could possibly happen in your workplace.

Emergencies such as Natural Disasters, Chemical Spills and Gas Leaks, Bomb Threats and Suspicious Packages, Violent Intruder, Tresspassers, Missing Person, Serious Injury/Death, Aggressive People and Fire

It covers all the procedures a Head and Deputy Warden will need to go through as well as Evacuation and Lockdown procedures. This course also includes information on things such as operating instructions for alarms, instructions on fire suppression equipment if a fire was to break out and much, much more.

If you would like to view or complete this course, please contact our training team on 094300498 or training@fireprotection.net.nz OR you can purchase this course via PayPal.

Do you have a trained Emergency Warden at your work? Would you know what to do it a gas leak or chemical spill occurred? Our Emergency Warden course covers all types of emergencies that could possibly happen in your workplace.

Emergencies such as Natural Disasters, Chemical Spills and Gas Leaks, Bomb Threats and Suspicious Packages, Violent Intruder, Tresspassers, Missing Person, Serious Injury/Death, Aggressive People and Fire

It covers all the procedures a Head and Deputy Warden will need to go through as well as Evacuation and Lockdown procedures. This course also includes information on things such as operating instructions for alarms, instructions on fire suppression equipment if a fire was to break out and much, much more.

If you would like to view or complete this course, please contact our training team on 094300498 or training@fireprotection.net.nz OR you can purchase this course via PayPal.

The ECE Industry Specific Emergency Warden course has been tailor made for teachers who are Emergency Wardens within a centre. This course includes the procedures and what the Warden must do when the emergency situation occurs. The course covers a range of different emergency situations including but not limited to: Natural Disasters, Chemical Spills, Gas Leaks, Physical Threats and Endangerment, Aggressive Parents, Missing Children, Fire and so much more.  

Within this course is written, video and audio content which ensures that all learning styles are covered and the student can understand the course content. Once the course workbook has been read through, there is a quiz at the end which the student must go through. If a 95% or more pass rate is achieved then a certificate will be generated which can be printed off and kept for PD or a record of learning. There is also a downloadable reference booklet that can be printed off and used within the workplace as well. 

If you would like to view or complete this course, please contact our training team on 094300498 or training@fireprotection.net.nz OR you can purchase this course via PayPal.

Intro to Fire and Safety Systems is a course that covers multiple topics in which a building owner/occupant should know about. This course helps people to get a better understanding of the systems that are within a building, what is required in a building and how to maintain some of them. The course covers a variety of in-depth topics including Emergency Lighting, Passive Fire, Access Control, Automatic Doors, Fire Sprinkler Systems, Alarm Types, Final Signs and Exits and many more.

This course is all about life safety and the importance each system has within a building. It is also good to learn and understand for staff who are working within the building. It can give a general base knowledge for a receptionist for example, who may end up dealing with some of the systems from time to time.

If you would like to view or complete this course, please contact our training team on 094300498 or training@fireprotection.net.nz OR you can purchase this course via PayPal.

Being a Fire Warden in an office of building is a very serious job not knowing what to do in a situation could create harm to people and property. Our Fire Warden training covers all aspects of being a warden including topics such as but not limited to: Basic Fire Training, Head Warden Duties, Deputy Warden Duties, Evacuation Responsibilities, Warden Identification, R.A.C.E and much more.

The course explains in detail the importance of the Head and Deputy Warden duties. The responsibilities a warden has when an emergency occurs can save lives and ensure the safety of all people that are in the building. Knowing where the exits are, having a roster of staff members to tick off and wearing the correct identification will help ensure a safe and smooth evacuation from the building.

If you would like to view or complete this course, please contact our training team on 094300498 or training@fireprotection.net.nz OR you can purchase this course via PayPal.

The Workplace Safety Awareness - Life, Skills & Success course has a broad range of relevant content to use within your workplace. The topics in this course covers around 20 modules including but not limited to: Site Protocol and Behaviour, PPE and Safety Equipment, Pre-employment health checks and ongoing monitoring, Heights Safety, Spill Control, Fire Safety and Suppression, Natural Disasters, Drug and Alcohol Protocol, Vehicles and Mobile Equipment, Traffic Management and so much more.

If you would like to view or complete this course, please contact our training team on 09 430 0498 or training@fireprotection.net.nz OR you can purchase this course via PayPal.

The Fire Suppression course offers great information around how to suppress a fire whether it be with an extinguisher, a fire blanket or even fire hose reel. It explains the fire triangle and how quickly a fire can spread. This course has tested and proven methods/examples to learn from. Within the course is written material along with videos and audio snips that includes demonstrations to ensure the student gets a good understanding of Fire Suppression and how it is done. 

If you would like to view or complete this course, please contact our training team on 094300498 or training@fireprotection.net.nz

The Workplace Safety Awareness course has a broad range of relevant content to use within your workplace. The topics in this course covers around 20 modules including but not limited to: Site Protocol and Behaviour, PPE and Safety Equipment, Site Signage, Pre-Employment health checks and ongoing monitoring, Heights Safety, Spill Control, Hazardous Materials, Hot Works, Guarding on Machines, Fire Safety and Suppression, Warden Responsibilities, Permits, Natural Disasters, Drug and Alcohol Protocol, Vehicles and Mobile Equipment, Traffic Management, Gas Leaks and Bomb Threats and so much more.

The Workplace Safety Awareness course is a course that all staff members would benefit from including managers, general office staff or even tradesmen in the workshop.The course would also be great as an induction for a new staff members or a refresher for staff after an incident has occurred.

If you would like to view or complete this course, please contact our training team on 094300498 or training@fireprotection.net.nz OR you can purchase this course via PayPal.

The Workplace Safety Awareness - Residential Construction Sites course has a broad range of relevant content to use within your workplace. The topics in this course covers around 20 modules including but not limited to: Site Protocol and Behaviour, PPE and Safety Equipment, Site Signage, Pre-Employment health checks and ongoing monitoring, Heights Safety, Spill Control, Hazardous Materials, Hot Works, Guarding on Machines, Fire Safety and Suppression, Warden Responsibilities, Permits, Natural Disasters, Drug and Alcohol Protocol, Vehicles and Mobile Equipment, Traffic Management and so much more.

The Workplace Safety Awareness course is a course that all staff members would benefit from including managers, general office staff or even tradesmen in the workshop.The course would also be great as an induction for a new staff members or a refresher for staff after an incident has occurred.

If you would like to view or complete this course, please contact our training team on 094300498 or training@fireprotection.net.nz OR you can purchase this course via PayPal.

The Hot Works course explains the dangers of completing hot works which could include the use of a grinder, welder, soldering iron, etc. It identifies the safety gear that the operator must be wearing when completing hot works and key tips on using a hot works instrument.

The course includes information around a Hot Works Permit, how to get one and why you will need one. It also goes into further detail about a Safety Watch, the responsibilities they have and why the operator should have one standing by. The course has been intensely researched to ensure the safety information and regulations within the course are correct and up to date.

As well as learning about Hot Works and Safety Watch, you will learn about hazard controls and how to eliminate, isolate and minimise the risk factors. You will also learn about the Fire Triangle, Poor Controls, Hot Work Myths and much more.

If you would like to view or complete this course, please contact our training team on 094300498 or training@fireprotection.net.nz OR you can purchase this course via PayPal.

Do you know what would be classed as a confined space? Or what to do when you are in one?

This course covers what a confined space is, what it is defined as, the types there are along with the hazards and possible causes of death in a confined space. It discusses the environment where a confined space can be found and things such as open tops, small hatchways and tank like spaces.

This course also covers hazardous atmospheres including toxic substances, corrosive and asphyxiating atmospheres. Some Hazardous Atmospheres can be flammable and can have significantly low oxygen levels which could cause serious harm. Learning how to identify and test for a Hazardous Atmosphere will ensure the safety of the worker entering that workspace.

As well as learning about Confined Spaces and Hazardous Atmospheres, you will learn about hazard controls and how to eliminate, isolate and minimise the risk factors. You will also learn about the Entrant, Permit Issuer, Attendant and Permit Receiver and what their duties are. Along with the above, the course covers much more in-depth information around equipment, monitoring and emergency procedures when dealing with a Confined Space.

If you would like to view or complete this course, please contact our training team on 094300498 or training@fireprotection.net.nz OR you can purchase this course via PayPal.

Did you know that around 150,000 workplaces use Hazardous Substances? And that it is also estimated that between 500-800 New Zealanders die from occupational illness every year? Leaning about Spill Control and how to contain a chemical spill helps save lives! This course outlines the importance of choosing a specific spill kit for your requirements, how to clean up a spill on different surfaces, what items to use when cleaning up the spill and key points to remember.

Some of the main causes of leaks and spills are poor storage and handling techniques, corroded containers or containers punctured by mechanical equipment. There is a range of possible different chemicals that could be inside the containers which could include acids, disinfectants, glues, pesticides, petroleum products etc. Having a Spill Kit on site and having the correct spill kit will ensure the chemical spill is contained and appropriate measures taken to clean up the spill are taken.

With the different spill containment methods, there are multiple ways to be able to contain and remove a chemical spill.

If you would like to view or complete this course, please contact our training team on 094300498 or training@fireprotection.net.nz

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