Fire Safety and Emergency Response Train the Trainer for Pennsylvania Personal Care Homes
This is a DHS-approved 3-hour course based on best practices for providing fire safety training for adult learners using various instructional techniques along with tips for presenting the included fire safety program to staff members. Lessons learned and common problems associated with teaching adults will also be discussed. This course will provide the participant with the knowledge and skills needed to conduct fire safety training in accordance with the appropriate regulations and meet the requirements of 55 Code 2600.65g which requires that annual fire safety training be completed by a fire safety expert or by a staff person trained by a fire safety expert.
This course is developed and taught by Robert Muller, Owner, Fire and Life Safety Solutions. It is approved by DHS for 3 hours toward the annual 24 hour requirement for Personal Care Home Administrators. [2600.64(c)]. This course will allow you to train your staff about Fire Safety in a Personal Care Home.
Lesson 1: Training Adults
Lesson 2: Regulations
Lesson 3: Fire Safety Training Program
Lesson 4: Fire Extinguishers
Lesson 5: Conducting Fire Drills
Learner OutcomesLearner Outcomes
1. Describe methods used to ensure that the training message is understood by the students.
2. Describe at least three (3) methods of transmitting information to students.
3. Identify the regulations associated with fire safety in the workplace and in personal care homes.
4. Identify the fire safety and emergency response elements of PA Code 55-2600.65.
5. Describe the role of staff members during fire drills.
6. Define the term: R. A. C. E.
7. Define the term: P.A. S. S.
8. Identify at least two (2) common problems that occur during fire drills.
9. Identify the regulations associated with fire drills.
10. Identify non-fire-related emergencies in the workplace.
11. Provide at least three (3) reasons to not fight a fire in the work place.