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Portable fire Training

Class A:-- Class A fires are fires in ordinary combustibles such as wood, paper, cloth, trash, and plastics.

Class B:-- Class B fires are fires in flammable liquids such as gasoline, petroleum oil and paint. Class B Fires also include flammable gases such as propane and butane. Class B fires do not include fires involving cooking oils and grease.

Class C:- Class C fires are fires involving energized electrical equipment such as motors, transformers, and appliances. Remove the power and the Class C fire becomes one of the other classes of fire.

Class D:- Class D fires are fires in combustible metals such as potassium, sodium, aluminum and magnesium Class K:-Class K fires are fires in cooking oils and greases such as animal fats and vegetable fats.


  1. Water and Foam:-Water extinguishers are for Class A fires only - they should not be used on Class B or C fires. The discharge stream could spread the flammable liquid in a Class B fire or could create a shock hazard on a class C fire.
  2. Carbon Dioxide:-Carbon dioxide can be used on Class B & C fires. They are usually ineffective on Class A fires

Lay Flat Hose Training

Equipment for this training is provided by the client so staff uses the specific equipment available to them on their site. The course includes the following topics.

  • Hose sizes 65mm and 38mm
  • Number of persons needed to operate each size of hose
  • Hydrant types – above and below ground
  • Stand pipes
  • Coupling types – Storz and FBT
  • Adaptors
  • Coupling Spanners
  • Hose Lengths
  • Branch pipes and nozzles
  • Maintenance of hoses
  • Hazards associated with use of lay flat hoses

Work Safety at Heights

This introductory workshop will provide participants with an awareness of the necessary requirements to perform tasks safely at heights including fall protection equipment, risk management, Legislative obligations and Indian Standard:

On completion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Reference documents / legislation
  • Statistics of height-related incidents
  • Definitions
  • Risk management for working at height
  • Fall prevention methods
  • Fall arrest systems
  • Estimating fall distances / clearances
  • Emergency procedures
  • Anchorage points
  • Fall protection equipment

Confine Space Entry Training

The aim of the training is to provide candidates with the necessary knowledge on the hazards of working in a confined space, safe use of tools and equipments, control of hazards and emergency procedures. At the end of the training, the candidates will be able to:-

Certificate as proof of certification.

  • Be Knowledgeable of the Different Types of Gas that can be Found Inside a Confined Space
  • Evaluate the Hazards
  • Understand Safety Procedures and Permit System
  • Perform Emergency Evacuation Procedure
  • Key elements of the OSHA Permit-Required Confined Spaces Regulation (29 CFR 1910.146)

Rigger Training

SQM Basic Rigger Training program is specifically designed to upgrade the existing knowledge and skill Levels of basic and trainee riggers. The absence of good rigging practices and lack of hands-on training Contributes to a large percentage of material handling accidents

The program focuses on determining the correct size and type of rigging equipment required to safely perform lifting operations.

  • Definitions
  • Hazard Recognition
  • Crane Types and Classifications
  • Employer Responsibilities
  • Crane Components and Setup
  • Load Movement and Hoisting
  • Working around overhead power cables
  • Emergency Response
  • Types, Selection, and Use of Rigging Material
  • Rigging Material Inspection
  • Wire Rope, Connectors, and Slings
  • Chain and Synthetic Slings Crane Inspections