Book on one of our upcoming 1-Day Fire Fighting courses below. Future dates are available, please contact the office for details. 

The MCA Approved 1-Day Fire Fighting course is a very useful, cost effective and more appropriate alternative course to the STCW Basic Fire Fighting 2-3 day course which is a requirement on vessels over 24m.

Please note this is not an STCW approved course and cannot be used as an STCW equivalent.

The course provides a more suitable level of Fire Fighting for vessels under 24m which predominately use of fire extinguishers and fixed engine room fire systems instead of breathing apparatus sets.

SeaRegs have further developed the course to include elements of the code and offshore vessel fire fighting appliance requirements and compliance. It includes practical Fire Fighting training using extinguishers and fire blankets. 

Please be aware that the Workboat Code Edition 2 states: “The Master or nominated fire fighter who have undertaken Fire Fighting and Fire Prevention should undertake a refresher training course at least every 5 years”.

Plymouth Dates

Course Date Duration Price
MCA Approved 1 Day Fire Fighting 12 Jul - 12 Jul 2024 1 day £ 160.00 Book Now

 

Plymouth Price: £160 
London Price: £POA
Assumed Knowledge: None
Duration: 1 Day

Costs Include:

  • Lunch & Refreshments 
  • Course Notes Book
  • PPE & Fire Fighting Equipment 

Requirements 

  • Workboat code (Edition 2) – Skippers and mates of vessels under 15m
  • Boatmaster BML T1 & T2 – All sizes not fitted with breathing apparatus 
  • Best practise training for code or pleasure vessel skippers and mates under 24m 
  • Best practise training for offshore racing skipper and mates

Course Content

  • Theory of combustion
  • Classification of fires (A, B, C & D)
  • Correct extinguishing equipment and methods for each type 
  • Actions to take to isolate or reduce fire, gas, electric & fuel shut offs 
  • Types of extinguishers including: water, dry powdered, foam, CO2, clean agents & fire blanket
  • How to extinguish fire including practical demonstration of the use of extinguishers 
  • Engine fire fighting
  • Location of fire fighting equipment on a vessel 
  • Regulation and considerations on vessels 

Courses are non-residential, so accommodation is required in one of the many hotels or guest houses near the Centre. We can provide a list of recommendations.

We hope that you can find the information you require on these pages, if you have any further questions, or require advice, please call us.