Profession fire inspector
Fire inspectors perform technical tasks in detecting fire hazards and enforce regulations in buildings and other structures, such as water supply and wastewater treatment systems, bridges, roads, dams and airports.
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- Fire fighter
- First line supervisor of fire fighters
- Fire prevention procedures
The regulations concerning fire and explosion prevention, and the equipment, systems and methods used in it.
- Fire safety regulations
The legal rules to be applied for fire safety and fire prevention in a facility.
- Pollution legislation
Be familiar with European and National legislation regarding the risk of pollution.
- Pyrotechnic articles legislation
The legal rules surrounding pyrotechnics and pyrotechnic materials.
- Fire-fighting systems
The devices and systems used to extinguish fires; the classes and chemistry of fire.
- Manage emergency evacuation plans
Monitor quick and safe emergency evacuation plans.
- Manage security equipment
Oversee and conduct inventory of security tools and equipment.
- Provide advice on breaches of regulation
Advise on preventive and corrective actions; correct any breaches of or non-compliance with legal regulations.
- Educate public on fire safety
Develop and execute educational and promotional plans to educate the public on fire prevention knowledge and methods, fire safety such as the ability to identify hazards and the use of fire safety equipment, and to raise awareness on fire prevention issues.
- Plan health and safety procedures
Set up procedures for maintaining and improving health and safety in the workplace.
- Conduct fire safety inspections
Conduct inspections in buildings and on sites to assess their fire prevention and safety equipment, evacuation strategies, and related strategies, and ensure compliance with safety regulations.
- Perform risk analysis
Identify and assess factors that may jeopardise the success of a project or threaten the organisation's functioning. Implement procedures to avoid or minimise their impact.
- Communicate health and safety measures
Inform about applicable rules, guidelines and measures to avoid accidents and hazards in the workplace.
Optional knowledge and skillshandling of dangerous goods hydraulics show responsibility health, safety and hygiene legislation advise on safety improvements environmental policy test safety strategies first response conduct public presentations maintain safety systems use different communication channels manage health and safety standards estimate damage maintain logbooks give instructions to staff write work-related reports
Source: Sisyphus ODB