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Fire Prevention - Commercial Kitchens, Extract Systems and Cooking Ranges

By Aviva
8 Lessons
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Fire Prevention - Commercial Kitchens, Extract Systems and Cooking Ranges Lessons

The full course includes

  1. Lesson 1: Introduction
  2. Lesson 2: Risk Assessment
  3. Lesson 3 (Part I) : Fire Protection and Methods to Reduce the Incidence of Kitchen Fires
  4. Lesson 3 (Part II): Fire Protection and Methods to Reduce the Incidence of Kitchen Fires
  5. Lesson 4: Fire Compartmentation, Fire-Resistant Ducting and Ducting Exit Point
  6. Lesson 5: Deep Cleaning and Frequency
  7. Lesson 6: Removing Fat Deposit Build-up
  8. Additional Sources & Useful Links

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Aviva is one of the largest UK insurance brands and a leading savings and retirement business with more than 320 years of heritage. Aviva Risk Management Solutions helps you to look at risks that arise in your place of work and put into action customised measures to control them.


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Course overview

This course examines how to manage and control commonly found kitchen fire hazards including those associated with cooking ranges and kitchen extraction systems.

What you will learn
  • How to prevent fires in commercial kitchens
  • How to manage and control kitchen fire hazards
The full course includes
  1. Lesson 1: Introduction
  2. Lesson 2: Risk Assessment
  3. Lesson 3 (Part I) : Fire Protection and Methods to Reduce the Incidence of Kitchen Fires
  4. Lesson 3 (Part II): Fire Protection and Methods to Reduce the Incidence of Kitchen Fires
  5. Lesson 4: Fire Compartmentation, Fire-Resistant Ducting and Ducting Exit Point
  6. Lesson 5: Deep Cleaning and Frequency
  7. Lesson 6: Removing Fat Deposit Build-up
  8. Additional Sources & Useful Links

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