This elearning package has been produced in response to the tragic incident at Grenfell Tower in which 72 people lost their lives. This has been produced working with Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service who have developed a robust and flexible system for dealing with high rise incidents. This course will cover the areas of concern and how to mitigate the risk to firefighters and occupants alike.  This presentation has been produced to educate all those in the industry around the world.

Click to download Operational information note.  Fire Investigation slides

 

Module 1

This module will look at the following areas:

  • Fires in tall buildings
  • The high rise procedure

 

 

 

 

Module 2

This module will look at the following areas:

  • Hazards associated with high rise incidents

 

 

 

Module 3

This module will look at the following areas:

  • Contents of high rise bag

 

 

Module 4

This module will look at the following areas:

  • The wall plate

 

 

 
Module 5

This module will look at the following areas:

  • What constitutes a firefighting lift
  • The components of a firefighting lift
  • Incident commanders and lift firefighter considerations at a high rise incident

 

 

 

Additional module 1

This module will look at the following areas:

  • Case study – Coolmoyne House Northern Ireland

 

 

 

Additional module 2

This module will look at the following areas:

  • Dry riser testing

 

 

 
Additional module 3

This module will look at the following areas:

  • Stones in jets

 

 

 

We hope you enjoyed the presentation and feel free to share the link with all in the industry.

We have also produced a full presentation on “External Fire Spread – The Way Forward” covering all the areas on this important topic. Here is the link

External Fire Spread – The Way Forward

We would be willing to discuss how access to this course can be made available to Fire Services and other large organisations around the world, so please contact us to discuss access

enquiries@frconline.co.uk