Training Equipment And Facilities

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Training Facilities & Equipment

Fire and Safety Australia operate state-of-the-art training centres in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane,Adelaide, Perth, Geraldton and Darwin. View all our national locations.

Our national training centres have been custom-designed to suit the needs of industry and compliance with the latest legislation. Course participants will be trained and placed in realistic environments and situations, carefully supervised by qualified experts in the field. Various scenarios can be simulated, including hazardous material spills, motor vehicle accidents, gas leaks, mine rescues, heart attacks and more, depending on your company needs.

The Latest Safety Equipment & Facilities

Safe Working at Heights TrainingClass participants will receive expert training on regularly tested and maintained safety equipment and simulators, including:

  • Confined Space Simulator
  • Realistic live fuel fires and LP gas installations
  • Air breathing apparatus
  • Hazmat suits and equipment
  • Compartment fire based training unit
  • First Aid equipment
  • Heights training systems & fall arrest systems
  • Indoor and outdoor training areas
  • Mobile training unit
  • Classroom facilities

All training by Fire and Safety Australia is tailored to your company’s needs and delivered face-to-face in a Fire and Safety Australia Training Centre or at a suitable location negotiated with the client company.

Fire and Safety Australia conduct courses with both classroom learning and practical experience, including power point presentations, written and verbal questions, scenarios, practical demonstrations and hands-on training.

Prior Conditions

Please inform your instructor prior to the commencement of the course if you have any injuries or illnesses that may impede your completion of set tasks and/or activities. For example, if you are claustrophobic and you are undertaking the Confined Space Entry or Confined Space Entry Refresher courses, or if you are afraid of heights or suffer from vertigo and you are undertaking the Work Safely at Heights, Vertical Rescue or Tower Rescue courses.