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The F 02 Fireguard Certificate of Fitness is required by all individuals, employed by building owners or parts thereof occupied or operated to be occupied as a homeless or emergency shelters. A shelter is a building designed to provide a temporary residence for at risk populations such as homeless or elderly persons.
This training program prepares you by going over parts of the NYC Fire Code that are covered on the test. It is designed to help you prepare for the examination for the Certificate of Fire Guard for Shelter F-02. This training makes the process easier for you to learn and it increase your chances of passing the first time. All our instructors are fully qualified to train you and to familiarize you with the necessary New York City Fire Department study materials.
They will help you review all of the areas of study that you will need to know in order to successfully complete the Examination for the Certificate of Fitness for Fireguard.
These help you prepare for the types of questions that are on the test so you will be better able to answer all 20 questions within the 30-minute time limit.
Certification is issued by the FDNY after passing an exam (70% or higher), consisting of 20 multiple choice questions.
Upon completion of this course and the test questions, you will be prepared to take the examination.
The course includes materials related to
- Required fire emergency preparedness plans
- Fire drill requirements
- Building fire protection systems
- Portable fire extinguishers
- 1.40 hr video training,
- F 02 Practice Tests
- Supplementary training videos
- Written training materials
- Lectures 32
- Quizzes 4
- Duration 3 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 51
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Yes
DAY 1: Introduction to OSHA and Managing safety & Health
1. Why OSHA is important to workers 2. Worker rights under OSHA 3. Employer responsibilities 4. OSHA standards 5. OSHA inspections are conducted CLASS TUTORIAL VIDEOS: VIDEO #1: Introduction to Osha Video VIDEO #2: OSHA Approved video. VIDEO #3: Managing Safety & Health
DAY 2: INTRODUCTION TO FOCUS FOUR HAZARDS - CAUGHT IN-BETWEEN HAZARD
1. Utilizing excavation & trenching as a case study for Caught-in-between hazard - WATCH VIDEO#1 2. Give (5) Detailed importance of training and supervision in excavation? 3. Discuss employer responsibilities for establishing functional S & H program for excavation work? 4. Discuss the use of OSHA standards (Subpart P) in hazard prevention? 5. Utilizing motor vehicle as a case study for stuck-By hazard - WATCH VIDEO#2 6. Utilize helpful worker safety and health resource in Health & Environmental control.
DAY 3: FOCUS FOUR: STRUCK-BY HAZARD
Struck-by hazard are two of the most reported hazard in construction industry. Each lesson plans are developed based on specific learning objectives to enable workers identify situation that can cause these hazards and develop process of elimination. 1. Motor Vehicle, Mechanized Equipment, Rollover Protection, Signs and Signals 2. Crane & Derricks 3. Rigging & Masonary safety 4. Safety & Health Project Paper Outline discussion
DAY 4: FOCUS FOUR - FALLS HAZARDS
Some of the main causes of construction site falls are unprotected edges and openings, improper scaffolding construction or use and improper ladder use. Fall protection is required by OSHA for working at a height of six feet or more or anytime someone is working over dangerous equipment and machinery. OSHA has determined that there are four main safety hazards responsible for a majority of worker deaths on the construction site. 1. Explain why fall protection is important to workers ? 2. What are worker rights under OSHA for fall protection PPE ? 3. 3 type of fall protection available to protecting workers ? 4. State the main criteria that prompts the use of fall protection for workers ?
DAY 5 : ELECTRICAL HAZARD & FINAL EXAMS & PROJECT PAPER DUE
Working with electricity can be dangerous. Engineers, electricians, and other professionals work with electricity directly, including working on overhead lines, cable harnesses, and circuit assemblies. Others, such as office workers and sales people, work with electricity indirectly and may also be exposed to electrical hazards. Electricity has long been recognized as a serious workplace hazard. OSHA's electrical standards are designed to protect employees exposed to dangers such as electric shock, electrocution, fires, and explosions. 1. How do you avoid electrical hazard ? Or How do you eliminate the risk of injury associated with electrical shock ? 2. What are worker rights regarding PPE for electrical work ? 3. What are 3 examples of construction equipment that can contact a power line ? 4. What is Ground-fault protection ?