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Fire Technology And Industrial Safety -1 Year

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Fire Technology & Industrial Safety Course (1 Year)

Fire Technology And Industrial Safety Course-1 Year

Course Code:

PG107

Duration:

12 Month

Eligibility:

Graduation in any stream

Career Opportunities:

If you have done Fire Technology & Industrial Safety Course (1 Year) Qualification from PCFSM, There are wide opportunities, you can become:

Fire Engineering

  • FIREMAN
  • LEADING FIREMAN
  • DRIVER Cum FIRE
  • OPERATOR
  • SUB OFFICER
  • DIVISIONAL FIRE
  • OFFICER
  • DY. CHIEF FIRE
  • OFFICER
  • CHIEF FIRE OFFICER

Safety Management

  • SAFETY (STEWARD)
  • SAFETY ASSISTANT
  • SAFETY SUPERVISOR
  • SAFETY OFFICER
  • SAFETY MANAGER
  • SAFET DEPT IN CHARGE
  • SAFETY EXECUTIVE

Job Industries:

Industrialization, construction boom, rise in the variety of slums and shanty towns in Bharat, as well as increased knowledge of fireplaces and protection, has resulted in an unprecedented increase in work vacancies for skilled staff. Virtually any trade appearance for fireplace and protection practitioners at a wide variety of stages. Armed with appropriate credentials, you can find jobs in some of the sectors below. However, fireplace and protection practitioners wanted square measurements nearly everywhere.

Production related Industries

  • Chemical Plants
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Food Processing
  • Thermal Power Based Units
  • Heavy Machinery Producing Capital Goods Industries
  • Textiles
  • Paper Industry
  • Cement
  • Oil Refineries
  • Electrical Equipment’s Manufacturing
  • Petrochemical
  • Automobiles etc.

Service Industries

  • Transportation
  • Tourism
  • Packaging
  • Logistics
  • Banking
  • Insurance and Financial services 
  • Malls
  • MNC
  • and many more

The Post Diploma in Industrial Protection could be a curriculum implemented by the PCFSM. The main objective of this program is to enhance evidence, skills and understanding among scholars in the field of commercial protection, health and the environment. Certification in the area of industrial safety aims at reducing the potential for hazards, casualties and incidents by incorporating risk control strategies and safety management operations, improving the quality of employees’ welfare, maintaining conformity with operating processes and strengthening the safety mechanisms of trade in general. With the rise in natural disasters in and around our world, the value of human resource preservation, the protection of the environment and the maintenance of current commercial properties are growing, resulting in an increasing relation of industrial safety skills.

Students will find themselves engrossed with new critical thought skills, resulting in a deeper outlook on their everyday practice. Course materials draw on the skills learned in the CHSEP program across six core courses and two electives. This training would provide students with the skills they need to create, introduce and analyze OHS programs and processes in the workplace.

The program has a constant intake; however, each course within the program has unique start and end dates. The length of the curriculum can vary depending on the availability of specific courses. Full-time students can complete the program within 52 weeks, and part-time or casual students can complete the program if time and resources warrant.

SEM-I FIRE SCIENCE

  • Chemistry of Fire
  • Fire Fighting Equipment's
  • Breathing Apparatus System
  • Fire Fighting Vehicles and Appliances

SEM-I INDUSTRIAL SAFETY ANALYSIS

  • Introduction to Safety
  • Safety Programs
  • Evolution of Methodical Analysis
  • Fire Hazard & Control
  • Electrical Hazards & Safety

SEM-I DISASTER MANAGEMENT

  • Introduction
  • Pre-Disaster Preparedness
  • Disaster Management Plane
  • Disaster Management Act-2005

SEM-I OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH

  • Introduction-Occupational Health Risks
  • Introduction of Huygens
  • Preventive Medicines

PRACTICAL

DRILL PRACTICAL AND DIFFERENT

SEM-II INDUSTRIAL NOISE AND NOISE CONTROL

  • Introduction
  • Attenuation of Sound Pressure Levels
  • Vibration, Corona Vibration, Vibration Dampers

SEM-II ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION MONITORING & CONTROL

  • Environmental pollution
  • Controlling Environmental Pollution
  • Development of Environment Management process towards sustain ability
  • Introduction-Issues for achieving sustainable development

SEM-II FIRE TECHNOLOGY

  • Sources of Water
  • Introduction to Fixed Fire Fighting Installation(F.F.F.I.)
  • Ranks and appointment of fire services
  • Perception and behavior of people in the event of fire
  • Sources of Electricity

SEM-II SAFETY TRAINING FOR EMPLOYEES AND HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT 

  • Definition-Methods of Training to Industrial Employees
  • Human Resource Development(HRD)

SEM-II PROJECT/ PRACTICAL