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Fire & Life Safety Management

...details your arrangements to implement, control, monitor and review fire safety standards and to ensure those standards are maintained.

Management Development Programmes-MDP

...aims at improving managerial and leadership skills and better management of teams.

Staff Development Programmes-SDP

...seminars and workshops that enable faculty to improve performance in current jobs, prepare for career development.


Create a strong set-up to educate individuals to improve skill through training and education by fulfilling the needs of the society for improving the working conditions.


To develop skill of the society work force in various fields like industry, business organization, market place and hazardous related to environment, health, safety and fire prevention and control through engineering deliverables.


Our Expertise Services at a Glance

GAP analysis

We Conduct GAP analysis. (Gaps in existing system)

Risk Assessment

We Conduct Risk Assessment, HAZOP study, Safety Audits etc.

Fire survey & Fire Load assessment

We conduct Fire survey, Fire Load assessment, Compliance related to On site emergency plan, Fire NOC etc.

SOP’s & SMP’s

We Prepare SOP’s & SMP’s in English and local language as per the site activities.

Visual displays

We do Visual displays (do’s & don't, SOP, SMP, WI etc.) in local languages.

Conceptual Health, Safety & Environment paintings

We do Conceptual Health, Safety & Environment paintings to address the related concern

Safety learning gallery/center

We Prepare Safety learning gallery / center.

Safety Cultural

We adopt an unit/part for safety cultural change drive.

Safety Management Cell

We do Contractor/Vendor Safety Management Cell (Total compliance)

Routine Safety

We do Vendor or Contractor routine safety compliance assessment.

Logistic Safety

We do Logistic Safety Management Cell (Total transporter compliance)

Health Safety

We do Health Safety & Environment related campaigns at site.

Annual Health Checkup

We do Annual health check up of employees by medical professionals.

Health Safety

We do Health Safety & Environment related trainings by experts.

Fire, Road & Height Safety

We provide Fire safety, Road Safety, Height Safety complete solution.


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Academic Guidelines and Programme Syllabus For Fire & Life Safety Management

  • 01 Basic Fire Services

    Unit-I: Principles of Fire Science (Physics & Chemistry of Fire) Basics of fire, Chemistry of Combustion, fire tringle, fire tetrahedron, properties of fire, classification of fire, transmission of heat, ignition temperature, flash point, oxidizing and reducing agents, combustion process, fire extinguishment, flammable limits, specific gravity, vapor density, Energy, melting point, boiling point.
    Unit-II: Different Extinguishing Agent Water based, Foam based, Powder based, Inert gases, Mist, Clean agent.
    Unit-III: Product of Combustion and their effects of human life Smoke, Toxic gases, Heat & Flame.
    Unit-IV: Smoke Movement in BuildingVarious types of Building: Industrial Premises, High rise Building, Market and Mall, Institutional Building, Airport.

  • Unit-I: Building Construction

    Introduction, highlighting importance of the subject, Classification of building in the country, building materials and their behavior under fire conditions, signs of collapse, of various types of occupancies and firefighting techniques in relations occupancies, Importance’s of fire escapes with respect to their positioning, Reference to NBCI part II, fire construction and provisioning of passive and active firefighting measures.

    Practical: Visit to high rise building/commercial establishment/malls & multiplex.

    Unit-II: Electricity& Fire Risk

    General introduction, Fundamentals of electricity, Generation and Distribution, common causes of electrical fire and its remedial measures, electrical hazards including static electricity and protective measures and fire-fighting procedure, Elementary knowledge of Fire Protection and fire-fighting in different premises, electrocution.

    Practical: Demonstration and Determination of related electrical experiments, fighting electrical fires.

    Unit-III: Fixed Firefighting Installation

    Introduction of Sprinkler System and their care and maintenance and operational Procedure, Elementary requirements of Drenchers, Rising Mains, Hose Reels and Down-comer, Automatic Fire Alarms Co2, Foam Holon Installation, reference to relevant ISS.

    Unit-IV: Fire & Life Safety Measures

    Provision of Pump House, Internal & External Hydrant, Pressurization of Lift & Lobby, Means of Access. Fire Detection & Alarm System: Automatic Fire Detection & Alarm System, Manual Fire Detection & Alarm System. Means of access & Means of escape: Classification of escape routes with reference to N.B.C.I.

    Practical: Visit of multi-storied building & practical training on use of active fire protection measures.

  • Unit-I: Hydraulics & Water Supply

    Pressure and Head, pressure and Flow, measuration and problem relating to flow and velocity, Nozzle’s discharge, calculation of water, requirements for specific fire size. Pump and Pump Operation: Types of Pump used in Fire Service, Methods of Priming, Testing and Fault-finding, care and Maintenance and standard Test.

    Practical: Standard pump drills, pump operation at varying pressure and with different priming systems.

    Unit-II: Water Relay and Resuscitation

    Types of relay-systems, Advantages and Disadvantages - Calculation of hose. Resuscitation: Introduction, Manual Technique (a) Holger Nielson Method; (b) Schaefers Method; (c) Silvestors, Method; (d) Mouth to Mouth (or to nose), Resuscitation Apparatus and their uses

    Practical: Practical Drill using different type of pumps, Demonstration and practice.

    Unit-III: Rural Fire

    Fire Hazards in rural areas and cause of fire, Hay stacks, Special appliance & equipment, health Fires, Method of Fire-fighting in rural areas.

    Practical: Fighting hay Stack fire.

    Unit-IV: Air-Craft and Ship Fire

    Some common terminology including ‘Ejection Seats’ etc., Preliminary about fire hazards in Air-Craft and action required for Rescue and fire-fighting, Resources of Fighting Fire in Air Ports. Elementary knowledge of ship, ship fire protection, Salvage: Introduction, Equipment for Salvage and working at Fires.

    Practical: Visit to Air Port and Drills with SALVAGE equipment.

  • Unit-I: Fire Tender

    Essential Features: (a) Water Tank; (b) Pump & Pump Fittings; (c) Pumps installed as active fire protection measures; (d) Riser & Down comer; (e) Hose Reel & Hose; (f) Functions, Operation of five-way valve and position of valves, Portable pumps Relevant ISS Reference.

    Practical: Water Tender Drill, High elevation Drill, Use of dividing breeching, collecting breeching- Hose clamp.

    Unit-II: Rope & Lines, Hose & Hose Fitting

    Construction & Fibers used for rope, types and uses of lines, causes of Deterioration Inspection and tests, Methods of testing, care and maintenance, standard knots and their uses Reference to relevant ISS. Types of Suction and Delivery Hoses, material used, construction, Hose-reel, Hose, causes of decay, General-Operational-misuse of Hose, Storage, Cleaning and drying, care and maintenance, Marking of Hose, Repair of Hose, Standard tests of Delivery Hoses-Reference to Relevant ISS.

    Definition and different groups of Hose Fittings. Types and Construction of Suction; Hose & Delivery; Hose, Hose-Couplings, Suction Couplings, Wrenches, Branches, Monitors, Water-cum-foam Monitor, Nozzles & branch holders, collecting Head and suction hose, Fittings; frost valve, Deep lift suction fittings, Breaching, Adaptors and Blank cap, Miscellaneous, Hose Fittings, Hose Ramps, Maintenance of Hose Fittings, Reference to relevant ISS.

    Practical: Types of knots and their uses, Hauling of Equipment, Standard Drills, Repairing Hose and Testing under varying pressure, Demonstration and Identification of Hose Fittings.

    Unit-III: Foam & Foam Making Equipment

    Introduction to all types of foam, Mechanical, Chemical, AFFF and High Expansion-Foam concentrates, properties of Foams and technique of extinguishment by foam, foam making equipment mechanical and chemical operational data’s of Mechanical Foam, High Expansion and Low Expansion Foam, care and Maintenance and Storage of Foam compound. Discussion on relevant ISS.

    Hydrant & Fittings: Lecture: Hydrant and Water supplies, distribution system, Types and Construction of Hydrants, Hydrant Gears and Equipment, Marking, Testing, cares maintenance Operation & Test of Hydrant using Flow Gauge, Reference to Relevant ISS.

    Breathing Apparatus: Introduction, Physiology of Respiration, Types of B.A. Sets in use, Construction, Working principles and its maintenance, Discussion, ISI Standard.

    Practical: Standard Drills, operation of Hydrants and Testing etc., Standard drills, care and maintenance of foam equipment and storing of foam Compound-fire-fighting technique. Donning of Sets, Testing and Operation, Maintenance, Searching procedure with B.A. Sets.

    Unit-IV: Small & Special Gear

    Function & Construction-G.R. Tools; Function & Construction- Breaking in and Cutting tolls, Pulley blocks; Function & Construction- Special & Miscellaneous gear hydraulically operated, diesel operated and electrically operated, including “Chute” and ‘Jumping Cushion’. Care & maintenance of equipment.

    Selection, Installation & Maintenance of Fire Extinguisher: Types of extinguishers, maintenance, method of operation, Reference to relevant IS, selection of the location & suitability, Inspection & Maintenance.

    Practical: Practical Use of equipment & Locker Drills (Stowage)- Use of tools- Rescue by Chute, cage etc., Demonstration and practice with extinguishers method of recharging after discharge, General maintenance, Products of Standard Tests.

  • Unit-I: Fire Service Administration

    Fire Service Organization, Executive duties of Officer-in-charge of a Fire Station, Administrative duties of Officer-in-charge of a station (a) writing of a report, (b) Occurrence Book, (c) Hose Card/Register, (d) Extinguisher Register, (e) Fire reports, (f) Workshop Orders, (g) Log books, (h) Stock Registers, (i) Orderly Room Registers, (j) Defaulter Register, (k) Leave Register, Station Discipline.

    Practical: Writing practices of all types of reports and registers.

    Unit-II: Fire Control Room

    Identification of communication requirement of Fire Service, Watch Room, Control Room, General requirements, equipment Station Ground, Turn-out area, Area of Topography, and Telephone Call area, Mobilizing boards and maps. The log & occurrence book, introduction to various lines, communication Equipment in Fire Service, Introduction to Radio Communication and use of VHF Sets.

    Practical: Demonstration of Switch Board and Fire Alarm Operations, and Exercises in Control Room and Fire Ground Wireless messages.

    Unit-III: Special Services

    Introduction, spread of fire and Special Hazards, Method employed by fire service to rescue trapped persons in Lifts, Sewers, trapped under vehicles, Debris of collapsed buildings and wells, rescue of animals, Rescue from ponds and Rivers etc.

    Practical: Rescue from water, Rescue from high-rise building, Rescue from sewerage / well.

    Unit-IV: Basic course on Disaster Management

    Types of Disaster-Flood, Cyclone, Building Collapse, Earth quake, Land Slide, Leakage of Chemicals.
    Discipline: Introduction, Importance of Discipline, General principles of discipline, essentials for disciplination and outward Signs.

    1. Use of equipment relating to firefighting& rescue operation.
    2. Useof salvage equipment.
    3. Demonstration & Practice on Resuscitation.
    4. (a) Holgar Nielson Method
      (b) Schaefers, Method
      (c) Silvestors, Method
      (d) Mouth to Mouth
    5. Tactics of different types of firefighting.
    6. Use of cutting, lifting & lighting gears and its maintenance.
    1. PT (for warm up): Every working day
    2. Squad Drill: 15 days
    3. Ladder Drill: 12 days
    4. Hydrant Drill: 6 days
    5. Hose Drill: 6 days
    6. Rescue Drill: 11 days
    7. (a) Rescue from Height
      (b) Rescue from Sewerage
    8. Extinguishers Drill: 12 days
    9. B.A. Drill: 12 days
    10. Rope &Knot Drill: 12 days
    11. Pump/Fire Tender Drill: 12 days
  • Practical exposer to Industry/High rise Building/Institutional Building/Commercial/Business Building & Preparation of report.

  • Preparation & Submission of Project Report.

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Pincode: 752054, INDIA.


+91 7766915252

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