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WSQ Respond to Fire and HazMat Emergency (3 Days) [30 CPD Points] (New!)

WSQCourse Code: PI-CP-105E-1; Course Reference Number: CRS-Q-0025568-PI


Course Overview (Recommended Emergency Response Course by SCDF for Premises with P&FM > 5 MT)

This Competency Unit: Respond to Fire and Hazmat Emergency is designed to enable a person to function as a member of an emergency response team in order to meet and respond to fire and Hazmat emergencies. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Prepare for Fire and Hazmat emergencies
  • Participate to contain fire emergencies
  • Participate to contain Hazmat emergencies
  • Assist in search and rescue operations

Target Audience

This course aims to provide people already working or new entrants into the process industry with the skills and knowledge required to allow a person to function as a member of a Company Emergency Response Team (CERT) in order to meet and respond to fire emergencies in process plant. This course is contextualised and target for operators or technicians taking on the role of ERT in the high risk industries from Chemicals, Refineries, Specialities Chemicals and Oil & Gas.


Course Duration: 3 Days (24 hours)

 Course Assessment:Practical Performance and Written Test

 Certification:

 - WSQ Statement of Attainment from WDA upon completion course completion and assessment

- 30 CPD points awarded by SCDF

 Course Fees:

S$1200 per pax (all inclusive) (Singaporeans & PRs are eligible for course fees and absentee payroll grants)

Course Fees Funding:

Course Fee Funding Non SME: 80% capped at $7 per hour per traineeSME: 90% capped at $30 per hour per trainee
Absentee Payroll Funding Non SME: 80% of hourly salary capped at $4.50 per hour per traineeSME: 80% of hourly salary capped at $7.50 per hour per trainee
Course Fee Funding Absentee Payroll Funding Total
SME $720 $180 $900
Non-SME $168 $108 $276

Note:

- Funding may vary and only applicable for Singaporeans and PR taking WSQ courses.

- Full fees payable to training provider and funding will be claimed directly from skillsconnect.

- SME definition: Local shareholding (30%) and Company’s annual sales turnover <$100 million or employment size <200 workers.

Pre-requisites:

Participants must be medically fit before attending this course due to the physical nature of this course.

Course Dates & Course venue:

This course can only be conducted on the Jurong Island training centre. Refer to www.certcg.com for the list of training dates available. For more enquiries, write to admin@certcg.com

WSQ Respond to Fire & Hazmat Emergency (3 days)

For more information or course registration, please write to us at admin@certcg.com



WSQ Respond to Fire Emergency in Buildings (2 Days) [20 CPD Points] [16 SDU Points]

WSQCourse Code: PI-CP-103E-1; Course Reference Number: CRS-Q-0025567-PI

 Course Overview[Recommended Emergency Response Course by SCDF for Tier 2 (P&FM licence < 5 MT) & Tier 1 HRI Premises for RT and SIC]

On completion of this unit, the learner will have the knowledge and be equipped with the application skills to function as a member of an emergency response team in order to implement the emergency response skills during an emergency incident in buildings. This includes:

  • Interpret emergency response legislations and guidelines
  • Identify fire hazard scenarios and usage of fire protection system in buildings
  • Demonstrate use of breathing apparatus according to BA wearer guidelines and entrapment procedures
  • Assess the emergency situation and conduct firefighting to contain fire in high rise buildings
  • Participate in rescue and evacuation exercise
  • Handover incident and provide operational assistance to the appropriate body

 Target Audience

This course aims to provide Company Emergency Response Teams (CERT) from commercial, industrial buildings who are the first responders for incidents in their respective premises. Persons who wants to be recognised as the competent person applying the emergency response skills during an emergency incident in buildings

 Course Duration: 2 Day (16 hours)

Course Assessment: Practical Performance and Written Test

Certification:

- WSQ Statement of Attainment from SkillsFuture Singapore (WDA) upon completion course completion and assessment

 - 20 CPD points awarded by SCDF

- 16 SDU points awarded by SISO

Course Fees:S$480 per pax (all inclusive). Lunch and refreshments are provided in this course.

(Singaporeans & PRs are eligible for course fees and absentee payroll grants)

Course Fees Funding:

Who are eligible for Funding Description Full Course Fees Course Fees Funding Nett Fees after subsidy
SME sponsored employee (Singaporeans and PRs) 90% of course fees capped at $25/hr $480 $400 $80
Non-SME sponsored employee (Singaporeans and PRs) 80% of course fees capped at $17/hr $480 $272 $208
SkillsFuture Mid-career Enhanced Subsidy(Singaporean employee or individual aged ≥ 40 years) 90% of course fees capped at $25/hr $480 $400 $80
Workfare Training Support Scheme(Singaporean employee or individual aged ≥ 35 years & earning ≤ $1900/ month) 95% of course fees $480 $456 $24
Individual Sponsored (Singaporeans and PR aged ≥ 21 years) 80% of course fees capped at $17/hr $480 $272 $208

Pre-requisites: 

Participants must be medically fit before attending this course due to the physical nature of this course.  Please download and refer to the following medical fitness declaration and screening forms:

CERT Course Medical Form A – Self Assessment Checklist & Fitness Declaration Form (PARQ)

CERT Course Medical Form B – Information for Doctors

CERT Course Medical Form C – Certificate of Fitness

CERT Medical Screening Requirement


Course Dates: Respond to Fire Emergency in Building (2 Days)

Year 2017

Course Date Course Registration Link
Run 60: 16 & 17 Feb 2017, Thursday & Friday http://ccg-rfeb-r60.eventbrite.com
Run 61: 27 & 28 Feb 2017, Monday & Tuesday http://ccg-rfeb-r61.eventbrite.com
Run 62: 22 & 23 Mar 2017, Wednesday & Thursday http://ccg-rfeb-r62.eventbrite.com
Run 63: 04 & 05 April 2017, Tuesday & Wednesday http://ccg-rfeb-r63.eventbrite.com
Run 64: 25 & 26 April 2017, Tuesday & Wednesday http://ccg-rfeb-r64.eventbrite.com
Run 65: 16 & 17 May 2017, Tuesday & Wednesday http://ccg-rfeb-r65.eventbrite.com
Run 66: 13 & 14 June 2017, Tuesday & Wednesday http://ccg-rfeb-r66.eventbrite.com

Refer to www.certcg.com for the list of training dates and venues available. For conduct of this course for your organisation, email us at admin@certcg.com for more details.

Respond to Fire Emergency in Buildings for RT (Tier 2) (Tier 1 HRI) & SIC








WSQ Respond to Fire Incident in Workplace (1 Day) [10 CPD Points]

WSQCourse Code: PI-CP-104E-1; Course Reference Number: CRS-Q-0025566-PI


Course Overview (Recommended Emergency Response Course by SCDF for Premises with no P&FM licence)

On completion of this unit, the learner will have the knowledge and be equipped with the application skills and knowledge required to effectively respond to fire incidents. This includes:

  • Introduce or reinforce the relevant legislations surrounding the formations and activation of CERT.
  • Familiarize participants with the various possible fire hazards and the usage of fire protection systems in buildings.
  • Instruct participants on correct methods to conduct initial fire-fighting using various extinguishing mediums.

 Target Audience

This course aims to provide Company Emergency Response Teams (CERT) from commercial, industrial and workplaces who are the first responders for incidents in their respective premises and personnel who wants to be recognised as the competent person applying emergency response skills during an emergency incident in workplaces. (Public and industrial buildings without or store under the exemption limit of petroleum and flammable materials).

Course Duration: 1 Day (8.5 hours)

Course Assessment: Practical Performance and Written Test

Certification:

- WSQ Statement of Attainment from WDA upon completion course completion and assessment

- 10 CPD points awarded by SCDF

- 08 SDU points awarded by SISO

Course Fees:  S$280 per pax (all inclusive). Lunch and refreshments are provided in this training

(Singaporeans & PRs are eligible for course fees and absentee payroll grants as followed)

Course Fees Funding:

Who are eligible for Funding Description Full Course Fees Course Fees Funding Nett Fees after subsidy
SME sponsored employee (Singaporeans and PRs) 90% of course fees capped at $25/hr $280 $212.50 $67.50
Non-SME sponsored employee (Singaporeans and PRs) 80% of course fees capped at $17/hr $280 $144.50 $135.50
SkillsFuture Mid-career Enhanced Subsidy(Singaporean employee or individual aged ≥ 40 years) 90% of course fees capped at $25/hr $280 $212.50 $67.50
Workfare Training Support Scheme(Singaporean employee or individual aged ≥ 35 years & earning ≤ $1900/ month) 95% of course fees $280 $266 $14
Individual Sponsored (Singaporeans and PR aged ≥ 21 years) 80% of course fees capped at $17/hr $280 $144.50 $135.50

Funding may vary, please refer to www.skillsconnect.gov.sg for more details.

Pre-requisites:

Participants must be medically fit before attending this course due to the physical nature of this course.


Course Dates:  Respond to Fire Incident in Workplace (1 day)

Year 2017

Course Date Course Registration Link
Run 119: 20 February 2017, Monday http://ccg-rfiw-r119.eventbrite.com
Run 120: 06 March 2017, Monday http://ccg-rfiw-r120.eventbrite.com
Run 121: 20 March 2017, Monday http://ccg-rfiw-r121.eventbrite.com
Run 122: 03 April 2017, Monday http://ccg-rfiw-r122.eventbrite.com
Run 123: 24 April 2017, Monday http://ccg-rfiw-r123.eventbrite.com
Run 124: 18 May 2017, Thursday http://ccg-rfiw-r124.eventbrite.com
Run 125: 24 May 2017, Thursday http://ccg-rfiw-r125.eventbrite.com
Run 126: 12 June 2017, Monday http://ccg-rfiw-r126.eventbrite.com

For conduct of this course for your organisation, email us at admin@certcg.com for more details.

Respond to Incident in Workplace for RT and SIC






Fire Fighting Response Refresher Training for CERT (Process Industries) (1Day)

Course Overview

Fire fighting in the petrochemical, pharmaceutical and chemical process industries may be particularly complex, where, potentially every fire is a Hazmat incident. Large quantities of toxic fumes are frequently involved and may lead Company Emergency Response Team (CERT) members to undertake rash actions which constitute hazards to personnel. Therefore, it is essential for the ERT members to continue their proficiency in fire-fighting response. This intensive training will cover the learning and practical objectives for the ERT members to enhance their knowledge and skills to handle the hazards of process plants correctly, in the event of an outbreak of fire which they are called on to fight. All delegates will have hands-on fire-fighting training in the industrial size firefighting training facility.


Who Should Attend?

- Emergency Response Team members

- Operational staff working on site

- All personnel who may have direct or indirect involvement in managing an emergency/crisis


After Completion, You Will Be Able To:

- Enhance the basics of firefighting skill and knowledge.

- Be more familiar with the function of fire protection system and its application.

- Have greater awareness of fire safety and fire risk associated with process industries

- Strengthen the application technique of various portable fire-fighting equipment and breathing apparatus


Topics Included:

- Various types of firefighting equipment and appliances

- Types of fire emergency

- Fire protection system application

- Fire safety and fire prevention

- Fire emergency plan

- Portable fire-fighting equipment

- Breathing apparatus

- Actions in relation to fire emergency

- Practical drills (fire extinguisher, portable fire equipment, hot fire)


Duration:

1 Day

For more information or course registration, please write to us at admin@certcg.com.