Workshop 1WHAT FSMs NEED TO KNOW ABOUT: BUILDING FIRE SAFETY INSPECTIONS

COURSE OVERVIEW

The requirements for building plan submission prior to any commencement of building project ensure that building designers such as architects and engineers exercise due diligent in the fire safety design of building structures during the initial design phase. When construction commences upon plan approval, the fire safety works need to be inspected and certified by registered fire inspectors and the SCDF before the building project can attain the temporary occupation permit (TOP) as well as the Fire Safety Certificate (FSC) for occupation. Some building with critical fire life safety systems such as automatic fire detection and alarm systems, smoke control systems, automatic suppression systems, etc. are required to undergo periodic professional engineers’ inspection and testing as well as annual fire certificate (FC) inspection by the authority. This workshop will cover the essential requirements and processes of building fire safety inspection to help FSMs to establish an effective fire safety management program.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

Upon completion, you would be able to:

  • Understand the Building Plan Submission Scheme
  • Plan and implement effective Minor Addition & Alteration, Temporary Change of Use, etc.
  • Plan and Establish an Effective Fire Safety Program

COURSE OUTLINE

  • Fire Safety Building Plan Submission Scheme
  • Building Fire Safety Inspection Processes
  • Building Fire Certificate (FC) Inspection and Certification
  • Using the Systems for Effective Fire Safety Management

FOR WHOM

  • Senior managers and executives who have emergency preparedness responsibilities
  • Fire Safety Managers and executives with emergency preparedness roles
  • Line managers and executives who have emergency response planning functions

 

Workshop 2: WHAT FSMs NEED TO KNOW ABOUT: FIRE-FIGHTING SYSTEMS IN BUILDINGS

COURSE OVERVIEW

The fire-fighting systems in a building is probably the last line of defence when other early detection and suppression system fail to control the fire in its incipient stage. When the company emergency response team is activated to provide intervention, these fire-fighting systems are crucial to be functioning to enable the response personnel, including the SCDF personnel, to carry out fire-fighting operation. Being one of the critical life safety systems, the fire safety manager need to ensure that these installed systems are regularly inspected, tested, and maintained for functionality. This workshop will cover the various types of fire-fighting systems and their corresponding inspection, testing and maintenance requirements.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

Upon completion, you would be able to:

  • Understand the Requirements for Fire Extinguishers, Fire Hose Reel, and Fire Riser Systems
  • Plan and implement effective Maintenance Regime
  • Plan and Establish an Effective Incident Support Plan

COURSE OUTLINE

  • Water Supply & Fire Hydrant Systems
  • Fire Extinguisher, Fire Hose Reel, Fire Rising Main Systems
  • Systems’ Design, Operations, and Maintenance Regime
  • Using the Systems for Effective Incident Management

FOR WHOM

  • Senior managers and executives who have emergency preparedness responsibilities
  • Fire Safety Managers and executives with emergency preparedness roles
  • Line managers and executives who have emergency response planning functions 

 

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