In Canada, building owners are legally responsible for the fire safety of their properties. Our “Building Safety Fire Prevention Training” offers building owners and managers essential fire and life safety knowledge that will give them the confidence to perform a fire safety self-assessment on specific low-risk buildings for which they are responsible. Routine fire prevention assessment is an inexpensive form of preventive maintenance that is a sound asset protection strategy, increasing tenant safety, protecting your investment and decreasing building owners’ liability.
Who should take this course?
Building owners or managers of low risk, low hazard public buildings that have a history of fire safety compliance. For more information about the course Click here.
- Based on the National Building and Fire Codes of Canada.
- The curriculum was developed by Bob Turley and Glen Sanders, co-founders of FireWise, fire chiefs and leading fire prevention experts.
- A cost-effective way to gain valuable fire prevention and life safety education.
- Increases fire prevention awareness assuring a higher level of building, tenant, and public safety.
- University-quality curriculum; easy to navigate learning platform.
- Customization options are available.
The curriculum is available online.
Ten modules with a quiz after each, concluding with a final exam.
Online training 8+/- hours.
$339 plus applicable taxes. Group pricing for groups of five or more is available. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Drawing on his forty years of fire service experience, Bob Turley shows us what to look for during fire safety inspections of low-risk low occupant load buildings that make up more than 70% of the buildings in most communities. This course is based on decades of life-work experience and on-going research. To read Bob’s comprehensive bio, click here.
Endorsed by the Institution of Fire Engineers – Canada Branch and approved by fire service professionals.
Course certificate awarded for final examinations with a 70% or higher score.
A high-speed internet connection and current internet browse such as Google Chrome, Firefox or Edge.
PDF textbook included.
Course administrators available by email or phone for questions, assistance, and technical support.