Dynamiq lead the way in progressive training and exercise methodologies. Our team of trainers are highly skilled and use their first-hand experience to deliver quality learning outcomes. We offer customised training solutions for our clients in addition to a public schedule of specialised courses throughout the year.
Chief Warden training outlines the role of the Chief Warden within the emergency plan and covers decision-making, record keeping, as well as command and control. Participants will learn the appropriate actions for specific emergencies, coordination of communications, how to best liaison with emergency services and post-incident management. An auditable report is supplied detailing any issues raised and a list of participants. All trained chief wardens receive a chief warden manual including certificate.
Extinguisher training covers the safe use of extinguishers, hose reels and fire blankets. It includes classes of fire, the fire tetrahedron model and identification and application of firefighting equipment. Participants will be given the opportunity to discharge water and CO2 extinguishers. Additionally, the use and discharge of a dry powder extinguisher will be demonstrated.
The Warden training course includes the structure, roles and responsibilities of the ECO, the basic principles of building safety systems and how to implement the appropriate procedures for various emergencies. It will also cover effective communication and describe human behaviour in emergency situations and the role of the emergency services.
This course will instruct participants what to do when discovering an emergency and how to raise the alarm. The structure and responsibilities of the ECO will be covered, as well as the role of the teaching staff and liaison with emergency services.
Emergency Warning and Intercommunication System (EWIS) training outlines the panel location and key features, automatic EWIS activation and manual EWIS control, EWIS Zones and warden intercom points. The course will also cover alert and evacuation tones and the public address system.