Fire Fighting Training Courses

Essential Fire Fighting Training

This training is necessary for any workplace

Every year many people die or are injured in fire related accidents that could easily be prevented. 

Fire and explosion at work account for two per cent of major injuries.The wide variety of flammable substances found in the workplace range from the obvious, for example heating fuel, petrol, paint thinners, welding gases – to the less obvious, such as packaging materials, dusts from wood, flour and sugar. For a fire to start, fuel, air and a source of ignition are needed. 

Controlling or elimination of these can prevent fires, but it is essential to have staff who are trained in fighting fires should one occur.

We have a range of nationally accredited courses for Fire Fighting, covering virtually every training requirement in this area

We work with you and your employees to help embed the process of risk management as an integral and regular part of your business.

When lives depend on you and you take your safety obligations seriously, Zokal is the obvious choice.

Demonstrate First Attack Firefighting Equipment - 4 hours

Program designed for those that require the knowledge and skills to operate first response fire fighting equipment.

Fire Warden Training (Evacuation) - 1/2 day

Designed to provide learners with skills knowledge and experience to perform duties of an area warden.

Chief Fire Warden - 4 hours

This course is relevant for people who are required to perform the leadership role of Chief or Deputy Chief Fire Warden at your workplace.

Prerequisite: PUAWER005B – Operate as part of an Emergency Control Organisation

Work safely with industrial chemicals and materials - 1/2 day

This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to handle dangerous goods and hazardous substances, identifying the particular hazards, emergency procedures and observing safe working practices.

Perform Rescue from a Live Low Voltage (LV) Panel - 1/2 day

Will provide the participant with the knowledge and skills to rescue, resuscitate and treat a casualty in a low voltage emergency.