Course Details


Fire Mock Drill
Emergency Fire Mock Drill

Emergency Fire Mock Drill

Emergency Fire Mock Drill is aimed at testing and improving an organization’s or community’s entire capability through the strengthening of its policies, processes, plans, and protocols. It is important to practice your roles and responsibilities in advance in order to save lives, assets, and surroundings. Organizations that are continuously creating and maintaining feasible and practical exercises are most likely to handle such situations. Whenever possible, emergency fire mock drill exercises should be flexible and based on the specific needs of the organization. Exercises held to simulate a crisis are not solutions to resolve the crisis, but they can be used as a useful project management tool to implement important priorities and suggest new solutions. Save Fast Emergency Fire Mock Drill Training is designed for personnel to practice emergency response procedures and to evaluate and improve upon the effectiveness of those procedures.  
Certifications & Approval
On completion of the course and its accompanying assessment a certificate of achievement is provided and valid for 1 year.  
After this course, participants will be able to identify the most common emergencies and take necessary steps to avoid and respond to emergencies.  
Target Audience
Designed for staff at all levels, the course can be adjusted to suit the requirements of specific organizations, premises or course participants
  • Types of Mock Drill
  • Conducting Simulation Exercises
  • Conducting Mock Drills
  • Scenario of Vehicular Accident
  • Scenario of Sandstorm
  • Scenario of Landslide
  • Scenario of Disease Outbreak
  • Scenario of a Fire Accident
  • Scenario of a Chemical Incident
  • Reporting Template
Why choose Save Fast?
Save Fast, a leading health and safety training company in the UAE, ensures that companies and their employees are equipped with the skills and confidence to do their job safely and effectively. In addition, we ensure compliance with international and local health and safety legislation.

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