Fire Behaviorology E-Learning
Virtual fire behavior training is designed to familiarize people with how to behave in fire and fire safety. Fire is one of the oldest disasters that can endanger people’s property and health in a short time. According to the definition of fire, it is the burning of unwanted fuel or fire and out of control at the moment of occurrence, which is usually accompanied by smoke, heat, and light. A fire is a fire that originates from a heat source at the moment of an uncontrollable occurrence (accident), or leaves a specific controlled heat source and expands with its own thermal force. Firefighting is a set of actions taken to combat fire by extinguishing, controlling, or directing unwanted fires. The goals of firefighting are to protect people’s health, prevent property damage, and protect the environment. Firefighting is a highly technical skill that requires long courses in both general areas such as firefighting and specialized areas such as rescue operations. A person who specializes in firefighting skills is called a firefighter.
The chapters of the Fire Behavior Virtual Training Course are:
Why we need to learn fire safety.
What is a fire, what are its benefits and risks?
Fire classification and standard differences between Britain and the United States.
Firefighting methods based on classification.
How fires spread through different processes.
Fire risk assessment.
Additional information such as fire point, flash point, flash, and background.
Who is this course for:
Science students want to know more about fire safety.
Engineering students want to understand fire safety.
Engineers who want to pursue their profession in fire safety.
Safety professionals who want to certify their work experience online.
Anyone who wants to save people, property, and the environment from the danger of fire.
Prerequisites for Fire Behavior Course:
This course does not require any special prerequisites and the course is taught from the beginning.