Fire and evacuation, communications (BOC)

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Fire and evacuation, communications (BOC)

Fire and evacuation, communications (BOC)

One of the pillars of occupational emergency response is fire and evacuation. In this section, you will learn about the origins of fire, but more importantly, the best way to attempt to put it out. If this succeeds, worse can often be prevented. But you will also learn how to properly weigh and correctly abandon the extinguishing attempt to immediately begin an evacuation. FAFS has already been able to prevent-or minimize-damage in many situations. This is not only nice for an employer – less damage automatically means lower costs – but also for yourself in a home situation, for example. The knowledge to deal with fire can be extremely valuable.

Small extinguishers

We are happy to let you practice with foam extinguishers, CO2 extinguishers and with the fire blanket. Several other ways to get fire out are discussed. Whenever possible, we use the resources you yourself have at your business, school or daycare. This way, you will always be familiar with how the resources at your disposal work.

Communications

Because in an emergency situation information must be passed on as fully and constructively as possible, we naturally practice this in the BOC session. Through various game forms, we can show problems and faulty passing within communication. By talking to each other about that, we are able to remove those difficulties, and that ultimately benefits safety.

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