Fire measures when using spark generating tools
What you learn
By completing this course, you will have the right skillset to access the right safety precautions when working with spark-generating tools. This includes construction tasks using machines and tools, that generate sparks or heat, thus providing an enhanced fire hazard.
Upon completing the course you will be able to safely work with tools including cutting torches, angle grinders, soldering tools, and hot air guns. You will also obtain knowledge about fire measures and firefighting in workspaces.
Being one of our e-learning courses, you can access this course anywhere and at any time you see fit.
This course is targeted trained professionals using spark-generating tools in their job position.
You will learn about precautions, correct workspace layout, decision-making that accommodates fire safety.
Expect to spend 4-5 hours completing this course. You will have access to the course for 45 days after the date of purchase. You can download relevant course material after completion.
Introduction, and description of the course
Introduction to the fire triangle, and other risk factors
Walkthrough of legislation and requirements
Precautions and preparation of the work
Walkthrough of processes and different tools
Safety, and completion of the work
Rules in regards to the presence of a fireguard
What to do in case of fire
Theoretical test and validation of your results
The course is based on the current practice in the field and correlates with recommendations found in the DBI guidance 10, parts 1, 2, and 3. You will have access to the course for 45 days after the date of purchase. Expect to spend 4-5 hours completing this course. You have a total of five attempts to complete each lesson. If you fail to complete the course, you will not receive a certificate.
You can revisit the course as long as your certificate is active. Course material (spreadsheets etc.) can be downloaded and used in the field. If you have already completed the course, please log in here.