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Service and Maintenance of Positive Pressure Breathing Apparatus

​Service and Maintenance of Scott Safety SCBA and Escape equipment using Tempest Demand Valve

​Course Structure

Scott Safety courses are delivered on the basis of a full product range, however courses can be tailored to suit the needs of the delegates attending with emphasis on products in use.

Testing Methods

Testing is undertaken through Practical and Written assessments.

Additional Activities

All courses include a tour of operations at the Skelmersdale Site and a session dedicated to providing information regarding the full Scott Safety product range.

Course Syllabus

This syllabus should be used as a guide to training courses at Scott Safety. For detailed information regarding course content, please a contact a Training Advisor.

  • Introduction to the Course, Local Arrangements and Site Safety
  • Legislation Affecting Breathing Apparatus Equipment
  • Safety When Working with Pressurized Systems
  • Theory and Construction of Apparatus Components
  • Cylinder Connections
  • Reducers and Reducer Panels
  • Whistle and Gauge Assemblies
  • Face Masks
  • Ancillaries and Frames
  • Cylinder Valves
  • Cylinders
  • In Depth Study of Component Design, Construction, and Operation by Type Including Practical Disassembly/ Reassembly of Each Item.
  • Explanation and Demonstration of Manufacturer Recommended Service and Testing Schedules and Care Requirements.
  • Fault Finding by Component and Apparatus Type
  • Apparatus Cleaning and General Care of Products
  • Cylinder Inspection (External) and Cylinder Charging
  • Record Keeping/ Batch Numbering
  • Examination in the Form of Practical Assessment
  • Open Forum to Discuss Specific Customer Issues
  • Examination in the Form of Practical Assessment and Written Test Paper
  • End Of Course Discussion
  • Dispersal

None2 Days10.6.2011 12:3728.2.201128.2.2011SCBA, Escape, Tempest
32Class RoomHengityssuojaimet
  
Service and Maintenance of Positive Pressure Airline Systems

​Service and Maintenance of Positive Pressure Airline Systems using a Tempest demand valve

Course Structure

Scott Safety courses are delivered on the basis of a full product range, however courses can be tailored to suit the needs of the delegates attending with emphasis on products in use.

Testing Methods

Testing is undertaken through Practical and Written assessments.

Additional Activities

All courses include a tour of operations at the Skelmersdale Site and a session dedicated to providing information regarding the full Scott Safety product range.

Course Syllabus

This syllabus should be used as a guide to training courses at Scott Safety. For detailed information regarding course content, please a contact a Training Advisor.

  • Introduction to the Course, Local Arrangements and Site Safety
  • Legislation Affecting Breathing Apparatus Equipment
  • Safety When Working with Pressurized Systems
  • Theory and Construction of Apparatus Components
  • Cylinder Connections
  • Reducers and Reducer Panels
  • Hoses
  • Face Masks
  • Cylinders
  • In Depth Study of Component Design, Construction, and Operation by Type Including Practical Disassembly/ Reassembly of Each Item.
  • Explanation and Demonstration of Manufacturer Recommended Service and Testing Schedules and Care Requirements.
  • Fault Finding by Component and Apparatus Type
  • Apparatus Cleaning and General Care of Products
  • Cylinder Inspection (External) and Cylinder Charging
  • Record Keeping/ Batch Numbering
  • Open Forum to Discuss Specific Customer Issues
  • Examination in the Form of Practical Assessment and Written Test Paper
  • End Of Course Discussion
  • Dispersal

None2 Days10.6.2011 12:3728.2.201128.2.2011Airline, Tempest, Service, Maintenance
33Class RoomHengityssuojaimet
  
​Service and Maintenance of Scott Safety ELSA Constant Flow Apparatus

​​Service and Maintenance of Scott Safety ELSA Constant Flow Apparatus

Course Structure

Scott Safety courses are delivered on the basis of a full product range, however courses can be tailored to suit the needs of the delegates attending with emphasis on products in use.

Testing Methods

Testing is undertaken through Practical and Written assessments.

Additional Activities

All courses include a tour of operations at the Skelmersdale Site and a session dedicated to providing information regarding the full Scott Safety product range.

Course Syllabus

This syllabus should be used as a guide to training courses at Scott Safety. For detailed information regarding course content, please a contact a Training Advisor.

  • Introduction to the Course, Local Arrangements and Site Safety
  • Legislation Affecting Breathing Apparatus Equipment
  • Safety When Working with Pressurized Systems
  • Theory and Construction of Apparatus Components
  • Cylinder Connections
  • Reducers and Reducer Panels
  • Whistle and Gauge Assemblies
  • Hoods
  • Ancillaries
  • Cylinders
  • In Depth Study of Component Design, Construction, and Operation by Type Including Practical Disassembly/ Reassembly of Each Item.
  • Explanation and Demonstration of Manufacturer Recommended Service and Testing Schedules and Care Requirements.
  • Fault Finding by Component and Apparatus Type
  • Apparatus Cleaning and General Care of Products
  • Cylinder Inspection (External) and Cylinder Charging
  • Record Keeping/ Batch Numbering
  • Open Forum to Discuss Specific Customer Issues
  • Examination in the Form of Practical Assessment and Written Test Paper
  • End Of Course Discussion
  • Dispersal

None1 Day10.6.2011 12:3728.2.201128.2.2011Elsa, Constant Flow, Service, Maintenance
34Class RoomHengityssuojaimet
  
Use and Wear of Positive Pressure Breathing Apparatus

​Use and Wear of Positive Pressure Breathing Apparatus

Course Structure

Scott Safety courses are delivered on the basis of a full product range, however courses can be tailored to suit the needs of the delegates attending with emphasis on products in use.

Testing Methods

Testing is undertaken through written examination and presentation of a "lecture" to demonstrate knowledge and ability as part of the course assessment.

Additional Activities

All courses include a tour of operations at the Skelmersdale Site and a session dedicated to providing information regarding the full Scott Safety product range.

Course Syllabus

This syllabus should be used as a guide to training courses at Scott Safety. For detailed information regarding course content, please a contact a Training Advisor.

  • Introduction to the Course, Local Arrangements and Site Safety
  • Legislation Affecting Breathing Apparatus Equipment
  • Risk Assessment of Training Activities (Delegate Specific)
  • Training in Proper Use as defined by the HSE
  • Safety when working with Pressurised Systems
  • Theory and Construction of Apparatus Components
  • Cylinder Connections
  • Reducers and Reducer Panels
  • Whistle and Gauge Assemblies
  • Face Masks
  • Ancillaries and Frames
  • Cylinder Valves
  • Cylinders
  • Fault Diagnosis by Component and Apparatus Type
  • Apparatus Pre Use Inspection and Testing
  • Donning and Starting Procedures
  • Apparatus Cleaning and General Care
  • Cylinder Inspection (External) and Cylinder Charging
  • Routine Testing and Record Keeping
  • Open Forum to Discuss Specific Customer Issues
  • Examination in the Form of Written Examination and Delegate Lectures
  • End Of Course Discussion
  • Dispersal

10.6.2011 12:3728.2.201128.2.2011Use, Wear, Positive, Pressure, Breathing, Apparatus
35Class RoomHengityssuojaimet
  
Wearing and Service of Negative Pressure Respiratory Apparatus

​Wearing and Service of Negative Pressure Respiratory Apparatus

Course Structure

Scott Safety courses are delivered on the basis of a full product range, however courses can be tailored to suit the needs of the delegates attending with emphasis on products in use.

Testing Methods

Testing is undertaken through Practical and Written assessments.

Additional Activities

All courses include a tour of operations at the Skelmersdale Site and a session dedicated to providing information regarding the full Scott Safety product range.

Course Syllabus

This syllabus should be used as a guide to training courses at Scott Safety. For detailed information regarding course content, please a contact a Training Advisor.

  • Introduction to the Course, Local Arrangements and Site Safety
  • Legislation Affecting Products
  • Theory and Construction of Apparatus Components
  • Face Masks
  • Filter Selection
  • In Depth Study of Component Design, Construction, and Operation by Type Including Practical Disassembly/ Reassembly of Each Item.
  • Explanation and Demonstration of Manufacturer Recommended Service and Testing Schedules and Care Requirements.
  • Fault Finding by Component and Apparatus Type
  • Apparatus Cleaning and General Care of Products
  • Record Keeping/ Batch Numbering
  • Examination in the Form of Practical Assessment
  • Open Forum to Discuss Specific Customer Issues
  • Examination in the Form of Practical Assessment and Written Test Paper
  • End Of Course Discussion
  • Dispersal

None1 Day10.6.2011 12:3728.2.201128.2.2011Use, Inspection, Maintenance, Negative, Pressure
36Class RoomHengityssuojaimet
  
Wearing and Service of Powered Air Respiratory Apparatus

​Wearing and Service of Powered Air Respiratory Apparatus

Course Structure

Scott Safety courses are delivered on the basis of a full product range, however courses can be tailored to suit the needs of the delegates attending with emphasis on products in use.

Testing Methods

Testing is undertaken through written examination and production and presentation of a "lecture" to demonstrate training ability and knowledge as part of the course assessment.

Additional Activities

All courses include a tour of operations at the Skelmersdale Site and a session dedicated to providing information regarding the full Scott Safety product range.

Course Syllabus

This syllabus should be used as a guide to training courses at Scott Safety. For detailed information regarding course content, please a contact a Training Advisor.

  • Introduction to the Course, Local Arrangements and Site Safety
  • Legislation Affecting Products
  • Theory and Construction of Apparatus Components
  • Face Masks
  • Filter Selection
  • In Depth Study of Component Design, Construction, and Operation by Type Including Practical Disassembly/ Reassembly of Each Item.
  • Explanation and Demonstration of Manufacturer Recommended Service and Testing Schedules and Care Requirements.
  • Fault Finding by Component and Apparatus Type
  • Apparatus Cleaning and General Care of Products
  • Record Keeping/ Batch Numbering
  • Examination in the Form of Practical Assessment
  • Open Forum to Discuss Specific Customer Issues
  • Examination in the Form of Practical Assessment and Written Test Paper
  • End Of Course Discussion
  • Dispersal

10.6.2011 12:3728.2.201128.2.2011Use, Wear, Powered, Air, Respiratory, Apparatus
37Class RoomHengityssuojaimet
  
Use and Wear of Positive Pressure Breathing Apparatus to Instructor Level

​Use and Wear of Positive Pressure Breathing Apparatus to Instructor Level

Course Structure

Scott Safety courses are delivered on the basis of a full product range, however courses can be tailored to suit the needs of the delegates attending with emphasis on products in use.

Testing Methods

Testing is undertaken through written examination and presentation of a "lecture" to demonstrate knowledge and ability as part of the course assessment.

Additional Activities

All courses include a tour of operations at the Skelmersdale Site and a session dedicated to providing information regarding the full Scott Safety product range.

Course Syllabus

This syllabus should be used as a guide to training courses at Scott Safety. For detailed information regarding course content, please a contact a Training Advisor.

  • Introduction to the Course, Local Arrangements and Site Safety
  • Legislation Affecting Breathing Apparatus Equipment
  • Risk Assessment of Training Activities (Delegate Specific)
  • Training in Proper Use as defined by the HSE
  • Safety when working with Pressurised Systems
  • Theory and Construction of Apparatus Components
  • Cylinder Connections
  • Reducers and Reducer Panels
  • Whistle and Gauge Assemblies
  • Face Masks
  • Ancillaries and Frames
  • Cylinder Valves
  • Cylinders
  • Fault Diagnosis by Component and Apparatus Type
  • Apparatus Pre Use Inspection and Testing
  • Donning and Starting Procedures
  • Apparatus Cleaning and General Care
  • Cylinder Inspection (External) and Cylinder Charging
  • Routine Testing and Record Keeping
  • Open Forum to Discuss Specific Customer Issues
  • Examination in the Form of Written Examination and Delegate Lectures
  • Wearing Exercise (When Practical at Fire Services Exercise)
  • End Of Course Discussion
  • Dispersal

10.6.2011 12:3728.2.201128.2.2011Use, Wear, Positive, Pressure, Breathing, Apparatus, Instructor
38Class RoomHengityssuojaimet
  
Use and Operation of Optional Test Equipment

​Use and Operation of Optional Test Equipment - covering SABRETEST and PRO-TESTER Equipment

Course Structure

Scott Safety courses are delivered on the basis of a full product range, however courses can be tailored to suit the needs of the delegates attending with emphasis on products in use.

Testing Methods

Testing is undertaken through Practical assessments.

Additional Activities

All courses include a tour of operations at the Skelmersdale Site and a session dedicated to providing information regarding the full Scott Safety product range.

Course Syllabus

This syllabus should be used as a guide to training courses at Scott Safety. For detailed information regarding course content, please a contact a Training Advisor.

  • Introduction to the Course, Local Arrangements and Site Safety
  • Legislation Affecting Breathing Apparatus Equipment
  • Safety When Working with Pressurized Systems
  • Theory and Operation of Test Apparatus
  • In Depth Study of Component Design, Construction, and Operation by Type Including Practical use of test equipment.
  • Fault Finding by Component and Apparatus Type
  • Equipment Cleaning and General Care 
  • Record Keeping and Reporting
  • Open Forum to Discuss Specific Customer Issues
  • Examination in the Form of Practical Assessment
  • End Of Course Discussion
  • Dispersal

10.6.2011 12:3728.2.201128.2.2011Use, operation, Protester, Sabretest, Test, Testing, Equipment
39Class RoomHengityssuojaimet
  
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Prerequ2 Days6.7.2011 16:3914.7.201115.7.201116.7.201117.7.2011QA40PendingInitialApproval11Class Room