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Building Fires Time 13:51 Slide 1 Building Fires Tactical Operational Guidance (TOG) Training This training package considers the TOG for dealing with.

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2 Building Fires Time 13:51 Slide 1 Building Fires Tactical Operational Guidance (TOG) Training This training package considers the TOG for dealing with fires involving domestic buildings This presentation can be used by both individuals or groups and it is suggested that a minimum of 15 minutes will be required to complete it It is recommended that the Managing Operational Incidents TOG is viewed in conjunction with this training package as it contains incident command considerations common to all incident types

3 Building Fires Slide 2 Significant Hazards - Backdraught Move on to the next slide

4 Building Fires Slide 3 Flashover Fire gas ignition Products of combustion Utilities Unoccupied buildings Significant Hazards

5 Building Fires Slide 4 Timber framed buildings False chimneys Photo-voltaic panels Cable fixings and trunking Basements and pits Hidden voids Significant Hazards - Construction

6 Building Fires Slide 5 Persons reported Secure water supply Utilities Control Measures and Actions – On arrival

7 Building Fires Slide 6 Backdraught Flashover Covering jets Ventilation Cable fixings and trunking Basements and pits Control Measures and Actions – Firefighting

8 Building Fires Relevant References National Occupational Standards Close Presentation

9 Building Fires National Occupational Standards This training package will assist in the development of skills, knowledge and understanding that are necessary to successfully deal with this type of incident. Dependant on role, the following elements of NOS may be applicable at this type of incident. FF2 – Take responsibility for effective performance FF3 – Save and preserve endangered life FF4 – Resolve operational incidents FF5 – Protect the environment from the effects of hazardous materials FF6 – Support effectiveness of operational resource FF9 – Drive, manoeuvre and redeploy fire service vehicles WM1 - Lead the work of teams and individuals to achieve their objectives WM3 - Manage information for action WM4 - Take responsibility for effective performance WM5 - Support the development of teams and individuals WM7 - Lead and support people to resolve operational incidents WM9 - Support the efficient use of resources EFSM1 – Provide strategic advice and support to resolve operational incidents EFSM2 – Lead, monitor and support people to resolve operational incidents

10 Building Fires Relevant References TB1/97 BA procedures FRS Manual Volume 2 Incident Command 3 rd Edition 2008 FRS Manual Volume 2 Fire Service Operations Safe Work at Height. FRS Manual Fire Volume 2 Service Operations Environmental Protection FRS Manual Volume 3 Fire Safety Basic Principles of Building Construction The Building Regulations 2000 Fire Safety Approved Document B Volume 1. CLG Innovative Construction Products and Techniques BD 2503 Jan (Design and Management) Regulations 1994 FRS Circular 38/2009 Timber Framed Buildings FRS Circular 18/2009 Fire-fighter Safety at Operational Incidents FRS Bulletin – Sheathed gas supplies FRS Bulletin – Failure of cable fixings in fire Technical References:

11 Building Fires Photographic References: Relevant References Slide 3/1 – Slide 3/2 – Slide 3/3 – Slide 3/4 – Slide 3/5 – Slide 4/1 – Slide 4/2 – Slide 4/3 – Slide 4/4 – Slide 4/5 – Slide 4/6 – Slide 5/1 – Slide 6/1 –


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