You may have fire extinguishers located throughout your building, however how many of your staff really know how to use these extinguishers and how many would feel confident and calm enough to reach for one in the case of a fire?
Training your staff to use a fire extinguisher is just as important as having the extinguishers installed. You want those inside your building to feel confident enough to use the equipment when an emergency arises, this is where virtual fire extinguisher training can factor into your business safety plan.
Kauffman Co. offer a range of fire extinguisher training programs, one of these options is virtual training. Our virtual training system mimics real life through state-of-the-art video simulation, without the mess. During this training, your staff will practice using a training fire extinguisher and video screen. This training extinguisher is used just like the real extinguishers staff will find throughout your building. Your employees will then use the extinguisher to learn how to properly put out a fire on the video screen.
Virtual fire extinguisher training can be useful when you don’t have an outdoor spot where a controlled fire can be lit or the weather does not cooperate with outdoor training.
The virtual system we use is just as effective as our outside training and gives your staff the confidence and skills to use a fire extinguisher in case of a fire emergency.
Our company has been working hard for over 35 years in the Houston area to keep businesses, their staff, and their clients safe. Our fire extinguisher training is an important part of the service we provide and is offered through both outdoor training and indoor virtual training. We will work with staff to prepare them for an emergency situation, giving them the confidence to have the skills to operate the fire safety equipment in your building.
If you would like to make sure your employees are trained to deal with a fire in the workplace, contact us today at 713-893-1090.
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