fire safety dvd for healthcare premises

 

Expert guidance for management and staff of hospitals and other healthcare premises.

This DVD is designed to provide essential fire awareness training suitable for all staff in healthcare premises from wards to specialist units and clinics. The DVD is presented in nine short modules to allow training to be tailored to the audience or to particular departments or premises. The DVD covers topics such as action in the event of fire, evacuation, fire response teams, isolation of oxygen and reducing fire alarms.

MODULE 1: ACTION IN THE EVENT OF FIRE

  • Ideal for induction training, this module provides an excellent introduction to fire safety principles outlining the actions that should be taken in the event of a fire.

MODULE 2: EVACUATION

  • Provides an in-depth description of the actions that should be taken where a progressive horizontal evacuation strategy is employed.

MODULE 3: HAZARD SPOTTING

  • Describes typical fire hazards and explains the importance of good housekeeping in preventing fires and ensuring safe evacuation.

MODULE 4: FIRE RESPONSE TEAMS

  • Describes the typical roles that a fire response team may undertake, including investigating an alarm and helping with the evacuation of patients and staff.

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MODULE 5: FIRE EXTINGUISHERS

  • Investigates the selection and use of the different types of fire extinguisher.

MODULE 6: ISOLATION OF OXYGEN

  • Highlights the risk presented by oxygen and other medical gases during a fire incident and considers the procedures for isolation of such gas supplies.

MODULE 7: EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS

  • Investigates how to ensure continued patient care during a major fire incident, explaining the importance of good communications and information logging.

MODULE 8: REDUCING FALSE ALARMS

  • Describes the main causes of false alarms in healthcare premises and investigates their impact on patient care and how to reduce them.

MODULE 9: FIRE SAFETY SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE

  • Describes the importance of maintaining fire safety systems including: compartmentation, fire doors, alarm and detection systems and emergency lighting.

 

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