A FORM OF FIRE SAFETY THAT IS INERT DURING NORMAL SITUATION BUT BECOMES ACTIVE DURING A FIRE EVENT
FIREPROOFING INSPECTOR LEVEL 3
Learning Mode: Classroom (Virtual)
This 1 day course can be taken either via the virtual platform or in a classroom at a set time and date. The tutor appointed by the IOGS leads the class and teaches the students in a friendly and interactive learning environment.
The IOGS/CFI Level 3 course is suitable for an IOGS/CII Level 2 inspector, or QA/QC ins.....
FIREPROOFING INSPECTOR LEVEL 2
Learning Mode: Study Online
The Fireproofing Inspector Level 2 course is offered online for your study via our Learning Management System (LMS).
LMS allows you to make progress and move forward in the time frame that suits you.
The course delivers a series of contents i.e. lessons/topics, videos, quizzes, and the like through IOGS LMS. You would need to use the web browser of your device.........
DIPLOMA IN FIREPROOFING
Learning Mode: Classroom (Traditional)
This 30 days classroom-based diploma in Passive Fireproofing course is held at a set time, date, and place. The tutor appointed by the IOGS leads the class and teaches the students in a friendly and safe learning environment.
The course is suitable for beginners or freshers who wish to work in the thermal insul.....
MORE ABOUT FIREPROOFING
What Passive Fireproofing is?
When we speak of passive fire protection or passive fireproofing, we generally are referring to a wide range of practices and products. For the sake of better understanding, we can describe PFP as specific materials that are ingrained in our surrounding structures with the sole purpose of stopping fires from starting or spreading.
The most fireproofing material used for the offshore environment to protect the steel from a fire is an epoxy-based intumescent fireproofing that expands. Another favorite fireproofing material is vermiculite, which is a cementitious based fireproofing material that doesn't go to any significant changes during the fire.
What does Fireproofing do?
Passive fireproofing can be said to be a default line of defense against a fire outbreak. Its role is to either limit the chance of a fire outbreak or significantly reduce how rapidly the fire spreads. Limiting the possibility of a fire starting or decreasing the speed of a fire buys enough time to evacuate occupants.
Passive fireproofing materials protect facilities in case there is an outbreak of cellulosic fire in a building, or hydrocarbon or jet fire in an oil and gas refinery or industrial process plant.
Passive fire protection is designed to safeguard lives, facilities, and properties during fire accidents.
Active Fire protection
Another form of protection against a fire outbreak is active fire protection. Active fire protection is any product or system that can find and thwart a fire.
Unlike passive fire protection, active fire protection requires that it be activated before it can work. However, the two forms of fire protection are usually applied side by side for adequate protection against potential fire outbreaks.
Active fire protection is known to be the first line of defense against fire. Both active and passive fire protection is made to protect life and assets from the fire outbreak, however, they work differently.
BECOME QA/QC FIREPROOFING INSPECTOR
Fireproofing Inspector Level 2
The Fireproofing Inspector level 2 course is offered entirely online that enables you to learn from anywhere and at any time and place. The relevant exam can also be taken online.
This online course is suitable for working professionals and/or students who feel difficulties in attending the traditional classroom-based course due to the various restrictions such as; work-load, travel requirements, etc. This flexible online course can be taken at your own pace and convenience.
Fireproofing Inspector Level 3
The Fireproofing Inspector level 3 course is the upgraded version of the fireproofing inspector level 2 course. The course is held at a set date and time on a virtual platform or in a classroom. The tutor appointed by IOGS led the class.
This level 3 course is suitable for IOGS/CFI Level 2 inspectors, engineers, supervisors, managers, or those who are already working in the inspection and quality control field and wish to expand their knowledge and get extensive knowledge learning Passive Fireproofing L3 course.
The diploma in the passive fireproofing course is classroom-based training that is held at a set time, date, and location/place. The tutor appointed by the IOGS leads the class and teaches.....
Who Should Attend
The diploma in the passive fireproofing course is suitable for beginners or freshers who wish to work in the passive fireproofing field of an oil refinery or industrial process plant.