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April 23, 2020

NEW PARTNERSHIP

Joining Forces

F D & T Consultants together with Rural Metro Emergency Services has formed a new partnership. We have established Rural Metro Mpumalanga. 

What does this mean and have in store for you as our clients.

 PROFESSIONAL FIREFIGHTER QUALIFICATIONS

  • Firefighter I and II
  • Hazardous Materials for the First Responder: Awareness and Operational Levels
  • Fire Instructor 1 
  • Fire Officer 1
  • Rope Rescue l and II
  • Incident Command – ICS 100, 200, 300
  • Breathing Apparatus
  • Vehicle Extrication
  • Fire Safety
  • Fire Investigation
  • Emergency Medical
  • Confined Space Rescue
  • Swift Water rescue
  • Vehicle Extrication
  • Further Education & Training Certificate: Fire & Rescue Operations – SAQA US 57803
  • National Certificate: Emergency Devices Supervision: Fire & Rescue Operations – SAQA US 64390

Occupational Certificate: Firefighter – QCTO 98991

New Opportunities

FIRE BRIGADE SERVICES

Fire, Rescue and Hazmat Services for:-

  • Local & District Municipalities
  • Industry Specific
    • Petrochemical Industry
    • Aviation Industry
    • Ports Authorities
    • Transnet  and Rail Industry
    • Mining Industry
    • Automotive Industry
    • Power Generation
      • Power Stations
      • Solar Parks
      • Wind Farms

 

Rational Designs

All buildings in South Africa need to comply with the requirements of
the National Building Regulations and Building Standards Act, 1977 (Act
No. 103 of 1977), Fire Protection, as set out in SANS 10400 Part T:
2011

A deemed to satisfy fire safety solution is one where the
dimensions and construction of the building, the materials used in the
construction, the occupancy and storage of items in the building all
fall within the prescriptive requirements or limitations set out in SANS
10400-T

 

 

Fire Equipment

The supply, install and maintain all forms of Fire Equipment

We work closely with Municipalities, Fire brigades and town planning to provide certified and accredited services to ensure prepared conditions for disasters

All fire equipment complies to the relevant Code of Practice SANS 10400 Section T1. All equipment are serviced according to SANS 1475 by a competent person and equipment are SABS approved.

 

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November 02, 2015

Preventing fires

What you can do to prevent fires

Preventing FiresMost fires are caused by lack of thought or concentration, or by carelessness. Cigarettes, matches and lighters, candles, heating appliances and equipment such as electric blankets can all be lethal if not carefully monitored.

A fire cannot exist without heat, oxygen and fuel.  If one of these elements is taken away, the fire will die. Fire can be caused by friction, hot surfaces, sparks, open flames, chemical reactions and/or inner heat. You can usually remove the heat from a fire by dousing it with water. You can remove oxygen from a fire by cutting off the air supply to it, using sand, a blanket, foam or special fire-fighting chemicals. Fuel could be gas, electricity, wood or paper.

Fires are most often caused by electrical faults, open flames, hot surfaces, chemical reactions, friction, lightning or static electricity.

The following tips will help keep you and your family safe from fire.

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