The goal of the training is for you to gain knowledge of current regulations on fire and evacuation alarms. You will also gain an insight into how you are responsible for the care and maintenance being carried out, while at the same time minimizing the number of false alarms by working on a systematic approach. Finally, you must be able to handle both fire alarms and fault alarms as well as carry out monthly and quarterly tests of automatic fire alarms.
Need a training/course in English? We can offer this training in both Swedish and English.
All types of workplaces
Target group adaptation
The training takes into account the organisation's risks, scope and conditions.
about 6-7 hours including breaks.
The training is carried out by a qualified fire protection technician
Number of participants
Recommended maximum 12-15 participants per group and instructor
First Aid Sweden trains nationwide and can come out to you. We can also offer training premises in Stockholm.
- Laws and regulations regarding fire and evacuation alarms
-Care and Maintenance
-The facility manager's duties
-The structure and function of the fire alarm
-Alarm storage, alarm organization
-Orientation and service drawings
-Monthly and Quarterly exams
-Unnecessary alarms and actions
-General fire knowledge and preventive fire protection work
- Disconnection, safety regulations
-Practical review and practice on site equipment
Submit an expression of interest for a quote (applies to companies and organizations)
Non-profit associations receive a discount on regular course prices.
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Phone: +46 (0)8-12 14 64 90
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Every year, thousands of people in Sweden suffer cardiac arrest outside of hospital. The majority of victims are affected at home or in public places where medical personnel or defibrillators are rarely on site. In cases where CPR was started within 1 minute and a defibrillator was used within 5 minutes, 49-75 percent survival has been reported. For every minute, the person's chance of survival decreases by about 10 percent. In Sweden, the time from alarm to defibrillator is 10-60 minutes, which means that there must be someone who can freeze the time until medical personnel are on site. Are you one of them?
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