Proposal On Aspects Of Safety Training
BASIC FIRE FIGHTING
SYNOPSIS : This is designed to equip participants with the knowledge of the different types of fire, how to handle them completely and effectively.
DESIGNED FOR : All Staff
1. Chemistry of fire
- Definition of Fire
- Elements of Fire
- Ignition sources
- Fire Spread (land and water)
- Head Transmission
- Ignition Temperatures
- Good house keeping
2. Fire Materials
- Triangle of Extinction
- Fire Classification
- Extinguisher Types
- Mode of Operation of each Extinguisher
- Characteristics of various Extinguisher
- Fire prevention (dos and don’ts)
- Fire Emergency Procedure
- Practical Fire Fighting (what to use)
- Safety signs, codes and uses.
- COURSE DURATION: 2 Days
METHODOLOGY : Lectures and displays.
COURSE PACKAGE : Course Materials and Papers.
OFFICE SAFETY TRAINING
DESIGNED FOR: Office – Based Workers.
COURSE OBJECTIVES :
- Identification of indirect causes of accidents
- Precaution measures against accidents.
- Identification of potential office hazards.
- Use and applications.
COURSE CONTENTS :
- Hazard identification
- Fire precaution and prevention
- Good housekeeping
- Contingency plans.
DURATION: 2 Days.
METHODOLOGY: Lectures, Practical Exercises, and Case Studies.
COURSE PACKAGE: Course Materials and Papers.
BASIC AND INDUSTRIAL FIRST – AID
AIM: This course is designed for those who need to give emergency care to
the victims of accident or sudden illnesses.
DESIGNED FOR: All levels of staff (home, office and on the road).
COURSE OBJECTIVES: At the end of the course, participants will learn to:
- Apply first-aid treatment to victims of accident or sudden illnesses
- Prevent the condition of accident victims from deteriorating.
- Promote recovery of accident victims.
COURSE CONTENT: Basic duties of a first-“aider”
- The bones structure and blood circulation of the body.
- Obstructed Airways.
- Bleeding and Fracture Management.
- Shock Management.
- Heat and Solar injuries.
- Signs and symptoms of common illness and injuries.
- Animal bites and stings (Snakes, bees, etc.)
- Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) (Mouth to Mouth).
- Emergency signals (Man overboard, location of boat etc.)
- Methods of Evacuation (land and sea).
COURSE DURATION: 2 Days
METHODOLOGY: Lectures, Practical Exercise and Case Studies.
COURSE PACKAGE: Course Materials and Papers.
AIM: To provide alertness on the need for a good health and body attitude to work the working executive.
Man spends all his life struggling to subdue his environments and to satisfy his basic needs. These needs are physical, psychological and social.
Under normal conduction of bodily and emotional health, he is able to cope with his environment and therefore sustain his needs.
However, under divers environmental circumstances his capacity to cope is stretched and he is said to be under STRESS. This manifests mentally and physically.
In times like this, many executives are constantly under pressure in the performance of their every day functions. Socio-economic difficulties have added to the normal demands of duty.
The effect of these is the executive stress has taken a toll on them thus diminishing their mental and physical alertness, well being and thus decreasing their productivity.
Some have fallen prey, recurrently to diseases, as a result of lowered body resistance.
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|(Hypertension, Diabetes Mellitus Heart Diseases, Headaches, AIDS) Prevention,|
Manifestations (including early symptoms) treatments and complications.
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At the end of the seminar, participants are expected to have:
- Improved productivity.
- Reduced wasted man-hours as a result of ill health.
- Reduced personal expenditure on health.
- Imbibed health living and saving habits.
- Improved Standard of Hygiene.
- Happiness and peace in marriages and offices.
- Enlightened about some common medical problems and first aid techniques.
PROPOSAL FOR BASIC SWIM TRAINING.
This is designed to equip participants with the basic knowledge of swimming and survival in water.
- Rudiments of Swimming
- Basic Principles of Floatation
- The Survival Instinct
(The ability of the participants to learn determines the number of days that would be adequate for the program).
- Swimming Trunks
- Large Size towel
- Body petroleum jelly or Lotion
SPDC STANDARD REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTIFICATION
- Current medical certificate of fitness.
- A recent passport size photograph.
- Originating letter from applicant in duplicate.
HELICOPTER EMERGENCY SAFETY PROCEDURES
Please find below our course outline and cost.
Covers all essential aspects of helicopter safety which includes Tutorial and Practical Sessions as follows:
Part 1. House Briefing / Introduction
Boarding Procedures (Dos and Don’ts)
Emergency Landing Procedures on Land and Water
Emergency exits, location and use.
Part 2. Tool House:
Arrangement and comportment in a chopper
Proper knowledge of Safety Equipment on Board
Proper knowledge of Use and administration of First Aid
Knowledge and proper use of Life Saving Equipment on Board
Part 3. Sights Over Water – SOW
Water escape with life saving Equipment:
Emergency Life Rescue Line and rescue quilts
Part 4. Logistics and Refreshment
Staff Accommodation, Transport, Tea and Feeding by Client.
Lecture Hall = as would be agreed.
Training Equipment including audio visuals, Slides, TV, Video set and
Lecture notes and Hand – outs by Fireworks Investments Limited.
COURSE DURATION :
Depends on the number of participants and their ability to understand the lecture. Could be broken into sessions.
DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSE (DDC)
This course is designed to equip participants with relevant driving skills safe driving and proper avoidance of accidents.
DESIGNED FOR: All intending drivers and holders of driving license.
COURSE OBJECTIVES: At the end of the course, participants would have been
- Apply collision prevention techniques
- Recognise the importance of defensive driving
- Identify defensive driving strategies
- Examine critically, the effects of drugs on drivers
- Identify the roles and responsibilities of drivers in the organization.
- What is defensive driving?
- The most important person – the driver
- Personal choice – Drugs and driving
- Driver alertness
- Defensive driving strategies / techniques
- Overtaking and head on collisions
- City and sub urban driving
- Rural and expressway driving
- Road signs, highway code and other driving aids / tools
- Summary and review.
We believe that our series of courses would interest you. The stages of the exercise would include but not limited to:
- Accident / Head – on – collision
- At the end of the course, the participant would have learnt how to detect an impending head – on – collision.
Psycho – Physical or glare / Porto clinic test:
- Eight tests are involved that reveal the psychophysical state of a driver highlighting areas of weaknesses for necessary adjustments, attention, checks, control, and or possible correction. Such tests include Imaging, Accuracy, Color blend and recognition, Response or reaction time, Depth perception, Vision (day / night), Glare and recovery test and finally reflex tests.
Regular Defensive Driving Course:
- Use of normal classroom lecture style including audiovisuals to enhance learning and affect positively a person’s driving pattern.
Practical Road test:
- Hands on wheels.
NOTE: ALL OTHER MATTERS OF INTEREST SHALL BE HIGHLIGHTED IF OUR PROPOSAL IS APPROVED.