Fire Safety Australia
Welcome to Fire Safety Australia
Fire Safety Australia has 80+ courses and a crew of emergency services officers and emergency response trainers spread out across the country. They can help your organisation with its safety needs. Fire & Safety Australia provides nationally accredited certificates through their Registered Training Organisation (No. 22250) and have ISO9001-2015 Quality Certification. The company’s actions are all based on their vision for the future and the core values that guides them.
FSA provides first-rate customer experiences. Their team will make your needs a priority and always deliver what they say they will. FSA’s friendly administration staff will take care of all booking, training and processing all the paperwork so that everything runs smoothly.
FSA currently works with some of Australia’s biggest organisations, as well as many small businesses.
Every year, FSA trains over 62,000 individuals in nationally recognised units of competency across Australia. In 2021, they completed over 9,000 Medical and Emergency Services shifts, including shifts for Paramedics, Safety Officers and Emergency Services personnel working in the resources industry in Australia.
Their Medical and Emergency Response Service division is one of Australia’s most trusted providers of medical and emergency personnel, including paramedics, nurses, covid clinic and testing staff, and emergency services officers, for both long-term and short-term projects in industries like oil and gas, mining, and construction.
All of FSA’s clients are leaders in their industries, and they know that FSA is the best choice for their training and emergency service needs.
Insight into training equipment and facilities
Fire and Safety Australia run cutting-edge training centres in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Darwin and heaps of other places. All their training is customised to what your company needs and can be delivered in person at one of our centres, or at an agreed upon location that suits your company.
FSA’s national training centres have been specifically designed to meet industry standards and comply with the latest legislation. Course attendees will be trained and placed in realistic environments and situations, carefully supervised by qualified experts in the field. The trainers will then simulate various scenarios, including hazardous material spills, motor vehicle accidents, gas leaks, mine rescues, heart attacks, and more, depending on your company needs.
1 - Fire Extinguisher Training Course (Face to Face)
FSA’s Fire Extinguisher training course (PUAFER008) will make sure that all of your employees know how to safely use fire extinguishers, fire hose reels and fire blankets. This training course has both a theory and a practical part so that your employees can handle emergencies at work safely. If needed, a Fire Safety Trainer can come to your workplace to assess your fire safety equipment and training needs. FSA can also provide you with supervised Evacuation Drills.
2 - Operate Breathing Apparatus Open Circuit Training Course (Face to Face)
This training course (PUAFIR207) is for those who need to wear breathing apparatus in an emergency/rescue situation. You'll learn how to select, don, operate and maintain open circuit breathing apparatus equipment in an irrespirable atmosphere, as well as emergency and safety procedures.
3 - HAZMAT Response Training Course (Face to Face)
FSA’s HAZMAT Response course (PUAFIR308, PUAFIR306 and PUAFIR324) is designed for Emergency Response Teams who may be required to identify, monitor and render Hazardous Materials Incidents safe.
This training course is taught by experienced instructors who will take course participants through both theory and practical sessions to respond to on-site hazardous material emergencies.
This training course has a practical emphasis. Practical drills include: Splash or Gas Suits, Decontamination,
Assessment of the incident scene, Rescue Procedures etc. This course makes use of various safety documentation such as: SDS’s, HAZCHEM Sheets & HAG Sheets.
4 - Contribute to Workplace Incident Response Training Course (Face to Face/Online)
Contribute to Workplace Incident Response training course (BSBWHS416) helps you to develop the skills you need to assist with actions and activities performed in response to workplace incidents. It covers what you need to know to comply with work health and safety (WHS) legislative and organisational requirements. It's suitable for employees who contribute to workplace incident response across a broad range of WHS roles across all industries.
5 - Contribute to WHS Risk Management Training Course (Face to Face/Online)
Contribute to WHS Risk Management Training Course (BSBWHS414) covers the skills and knowledge you need to help identify Work Health and Safety (WHS) hazards, assess WHS risks and develop, implement and evaluate risk controls appropriate to your job role and work area.
6 - Safety for Leaders Training Course (Face to Face)
This is a non-accredited training course, attempting to give a better understanding of your possible part in helping improve safety performance and behaviour in the workplace. It will provide the skills and knowledge needed so that every safety leader can do their bit in safety responsibilities and work towards continually improving safety performance in their organisation.
Note: Most of Fire Safety Australia’s OHS/WHS courses are Nationally Recognised but check before purchasing if this is critical for you.
Face to face vs. Online learning course
When it comes to learning, there is no one-size-fits-all method. Some students prefer to learn independently, while others prefer to be in a more structured environment. However, face-to-face learning has been shown to be an effective way to learn knowledge and skills. This is because it often combines different ways of learning, such as writing, reading, discussion, presentations, projects, group work, film clips and demonstration. This allows students to learn in a way that best suits their needs and preferences. In addition, face-to-face learning provides opportunities for students to receive feedback and support from their peers and instructors.
An online learning course is one you take online using a computer, without being with a teacher or other students in a classroom. You have greater flexibility and can study from home. However, this also means you need to be more disciplined and motivated since you will not have someone physically present to remind and guide you. Most courses don’t need you to be online at a certain time of day or night, but you must actively participate in the course during the course time frame. This can be done through reading materials, discussions, group work and submitting assignments.
When it comes to the world of online learning versus face-to-face learning, the biggest differences have always been in terms of fostering connection and collaboration between learners. With the abrupt stop of face-to-face learning delivery, learning and development professionals have lost the positive social impact that comes with in-person interaction. While this is a valid concern, it's important to remember that the digital world offers its own opportunities for connection and collaboration. In-person social interaction does have a richness that might be hard to replicate online, but when it comes to the corporate world, online learning can be just as effective.
When it comes to education, one question that has always been debated is whether online or face-to-face learning is better. Each option has its own advantages. To better understand the two, it is important to highlight some crucial features of face-to-face learning, which are different in online learning.
One of the first differences is the setting in which the learning takes place. When learning face-to-face, students are in a physical classroom with their peers and teacher. This type of learning requires students to be present at a specific time and place. Online learning, on the other hand, can take place anytime and anywhere as long as the student has access to a computer and the internet.
Advantages of Online learning
- It is more affordable and saves time
- It is more scalable
- Access to training courses on your own terms
- Learning at your own pace with no meeting time
- More consistent than face to face learning
- Delivered by different instructors with same level of quality
Advantages of Face to face learning
- Face to face interaction with learning instructor
- Enables more effective non-verbal communication
- Ability to motivate, inspire and engage
- Ability to discuss, collaborate, practice and role play
Fire and Safety Australia Pty Ltd
6-7 Hartnett Close
Mulgrave VIC 3170