National Life Safety Group offers new fire safety training program
By Canadian Security StaffNews national life safety group
National Life Safety Group (NLSG) recently announced the launch of its new “Implementing Fire Safety Plans in Residential Buildings” training program, which recently received accreditation from the Institution of Fire Engineers (IFE) Canada Branch.
The program is now also recognized by the Condominium Management Regulatory Authority of Ontario for Professional Development Credits for Licensed Condominium Managers.
“Implementing a Fire Safety Plan through training at your building is much more than a fire code requirement — your occupants’ safety depends on it,” said Jason Reid, Senior Advisor of Fire & Emergency Management, NLSG in a statement.
“In fact, firefighters responding to an emergency at your building expect fully trained staff, and an implemented fire safety plan when they arrive; they also expect all systems to be functioning, tested, and recently inspected, and they highly depend on knowledgeable building staff in times of emergencies. Accredited and recognized training provides the skill set and confidence needed for building staff to effectively manage the life safety systems and respond to building emergencies at 2:00 AM.”
NLSG’s three-hour, on-site training program, provides “critical knowledge … ensuring that public and private organizations comply with the Fire Code and are able to effectively implement their fire safety plans to prevent tragedies,” according to the organization.
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