By Site Admin / December 14, 2017

Our Emergency Preparedness and Tale of “7 Cold, Wet, Lazy Monkeys”

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Introduction :

Everyone is aware that fire can happen at any time anywhere, it does not need specific time and place to happen, it only needs three things fuel, air and oxygen to took place. We all are aware; we have immense fuel and sources of ignitions at our home and our workplaces. We all are talking about the need for fire prevention and protection at these places. We have many life safety acts and rules frame by our government to secure our life safety. Till we are loose thousands of lives and property in incidents like Kumbakonam fire, AMRI Hospital fire, Mantralya fire and many other fire incidents. Where are we lacking? What is a problem? Why are we losing a life and property in fire incidents?

Tale of “7 Cold, Wet, Lazy Monkeys”.

Yesterday while surfing internet I saw blog “7 Cold, Wet, Lazy Monkeys”. Due to the catchy headline on the blog, I started reading; the author was endorsing the importance of financial planning at right time. Author of the blog was trying to convey his thoughts using simple tale about 7 monkeys. I guess most of us read or hear this tale in our childhood sitting on the couch next to our elders. But I want readers to read it again in different context.

{One dark night seven monkeys sat cold and shivering in a tree. It was cold outside. It was raining. One of the monkey’s said, “We should build a house.”

“Yes,” said the other monkeys, “let’s build a house tomorrow.” But when the sun came up the monkeys forgot all about building a house. They ran and played and had fun in the sun… but when night came it got cold, and it started to rain.

Again the monkeys sat in the tree, they were wet and cold.

One of the monkeys said, “Tomorrow we should build a house.”

“Yes,” said all the others, “Tomorrow we will build a house.”  But when morning came, and the sun came up, the monkeys started to run and play and have fun.” They wanted a house at night, but during the day they just wanted to play. -THE END}

Mr Ben McFie, author of the blog feel, though it is a simple story, it is the profound one, because this profound story is, unfortunately, the story of mankind and the devastating results of a plan to “do it tomorrow.” This plan has literally destroyed productivity and wrecked the dreams of thousands.

Our emergency preparedness

In above story monkey plan to build the house when they are in trouble but forget to implement their plan when the situation becomes normalise. I think we have a similar problem with our emergency preparedness plan too. In the aftermath of any grave mishap, there will be knee-jerk in our reactions, there will be a lot of talk of improving the systems, but slowly we came to our previous position when the effect of the incident get fed up. In regard to our emergency preparedness, Honrebel Supreme court of India’s made remarkable observations during the proceeding of  Uphaar tragedy case. During proceeding of Municipal Corporation of Delhi Vs. Association of Victims of Uphaar Tragedy (AIR 2012 SC 100), Supreme court observed “As the days pass, slowly the disaster management equipment and personnel are allowed to slip away from their readiness. Only when the next disaster takes place, there is sudden awakening”. The Supreme Court further observed: “In regard to the preparedness to meet disaster, there could be no let up in the vigil. The expenditure required for maintaining a high state of alert and readiness to meet disaster may appear to be high and wasteful regarding ‘non-disaster periods’ but the expenditure and readiness is absolute must”.

Past Fire Incidents and Learnings:

Lets we take look at some of the past incidents and try to find out failure aspects and the reasons for mass casualties?

1. AMRI Hospital building fire accident:

On December 9, 2011, a massive fire broke out at annexe building of AMRI Hospital Dhakuria, Kolkata in the early hours of the morning. The fire was first noticed by local residents at around 3.30a.m. Fire Control Room, Kolkata was informed about the incident at 4.10 am. The immediate response from the fire services arrived at the site within 20min. Though the fire was primarily initiated and restricted to the basement of the hospital, poisonous smoke was sucked by air conditioning ducts that carried it through the rooms and the corridors of the seven-story centrally air-conditioned hospital. The entire hospital building was filled with a thick pile of smoke, caused tremendous suffocation for all the indoor patients. Ninety people choked to death, many of them are in their sleep or were not in a condition to even escape.

Cause of fire:

The hospital authority has illegally converted the upper basement floor assigned to car parking to a dumping store for inflammable waste materials like empty and filled up LPG cylinders, PVC pipes, rejected mattresses and wooden boxes. These materials caught fire due to the electrical short circuit.

Cause of mass casualty:

Smoke spread through the air-conditioning duct and covered the entire building, as result occupants they cannot make their way out due to suffocation, breathing difficulty, vision obscurity.

Failure Aspects:

1. Poor House Keeping

2. Poorly Maintain Electrical Accessories

3.  There was negligence on the part of the on-duty staff as they did not inform the incident to Fire Brigade for nearly one and half hours, out of their lack of understanding.

4. Smoke detector and Fire Alarm system of the building were kept non-operative out of ignorance or oversimplification.

5. Failure of Emergency Evacuation Procedure

2. Uphaar Cinema Fire:

The facts, in brief, are that in the posh area of South Delhi called Green Park, is located the Uphaar Cinema.  It was constructed in 1973 and renovated in 1996/1997.  The first film screened after renovation was “Border”, which had a patriotic theme.  On 13.06.1997, during the matinee show of the film, immediately after the interval, the audience in the cinema hall saw smoke coming out of the side of the screen. Most of the patrons sitting in the hall thought that it was some special effect, which was part of the film, little realizing that a fire had broken out.  By the time they realized the gravity, smoke had engulfed half the building.  The entire balcony and the stairs leading to it were full of smoke.  It was impossible for the people to leave and as a result, 59 people died which included infants and children.  103 others sustained injuries.

Cause of Fire:

on 13.06.1997, there was no electric supply to Uphaar between 3.55 PM and 4.55 PM. At about 4.57/4.58 when the power was restored, there was sparking in the transformer of the Delhi Vidyut Building, due to intense sparking, the socket of the B-1 lead of B-Phase started melting and came out of the nut and bolt of the bus bar and fell on the radiator fin.  As there was electric supply still in the cable, the sparking contained when it came in contact with the fins, leading to the melting of the fin metal and thus creating a hole.  Oil came gushing out of the hole and spread on the floor.  Because the kerb at the entrance of the transformer was not of the approved height and the slope, oil came out from the transformer room into the parking lot.

Cause of mass casualties: 

Entire building engulfed by the smoke and most of the victims were asphyxiated as panic-stricken people tried to reach dimly marked exits to escape the smoke and fire.

Failure Aspects :

1. No emergency lights, footlights, exit lights (The cinema hall was in pitch darkness when the fire broke out)

2. Blocked gangways (the hall had made unauthorized extensions and additions to seats)

3. Blocked exits (many exit doors – including the one leading to the terrace – and gates were locked)

4. Unauthorized use of premises (shops were being run from spaces supposed to be empty)

5. Installation and maintenance of the DVA transformer (where the fire had started) – in violation of Indian (no periodic maintenance, no fire extinguishers, no isolation device, haphazard electrical cables)

6. No functional public announcement system (no announcement was made when the fire broke out)

7. Failures of emergency procedures

3.  Krishna school building fire accidents, Kumbakonam:

On 16 July 2004, the fire tragedy occurred on thatched roof structure of the school. The school started at 9:15 a.m. and during one of the breaks at 10:30 a.m., one of the girls noticed the fire and alerted the teacher and the news spread to other classes. The fire sparked from the midday meal kitchen thatch and spread to the upper level, which also had thatched roofs and spread rapidly. The narrow staircase had sundry material, which prevented exit of children. The staircase was also located close to the kitchen. The kitchen did not have gas stoves and fire logs were used for cooking. The school was overcrowded, having 900 children in its rolls. The thatches and the supporting bamboo poles caught fire and fell on the children and also blocked the exit.  94 children were burnt to death in this incident.

Cause of Fire:

Spark from the midday meal kitchen open stove and spread rapidly to upper floors due to fire feeding materials like Thatched roof, bamboo with coconut coir support, wooden chair table, books, & cloths.

Cause of Mass Casualties:

The thatches and the supporting bamboo poles caught fire and fell on the children and also blocked the exit too. The children’s could not make their way out. Within few minutes the blaze engulfed the entire floor area. The wooden materials and the notebooks, and dress materials play an important role in making the fire as a rapid and high.

Failures Aspects:

1. No provision of fire extinguishers and first aid firefighting equipment.

2. No emergency Preparedness plan and procedure for handling such type of disaster.

3. Lack of fire safety awareness among school management and school staff

4. The passive provision of site set back,

5. Lack of alternate escape routes.

Common Failures Aspect In all fire Incidents:

What are the common failure aspects in all of the above case studies?

1. Ignorance of life safety rules

2. Lack of consideration for passive fire protection

3. Negligence

4. Poor housekeeping

5. Poor electrical equipment

6. Lack of fire safety awareness in occupants

7. No provision of fire safety equipment or poorly maintain firefighting equipment

8. Failure of Emergency Lighting

9. No provision for emergency exit and Abstraction of Emergency exits

10. Failure of Emergency Communication and evacuation procedure

11. No emergency preparedness plan or Poor implementation of the emergency preparedness plan.

These are commons failure we identify, again and again, incident after incident. Learning from past incidents are important for us to improve our systems and to avoid future losses, but like monkeys, in the above story, we only thought of improving our systems until the effect of the previous incident persist and then forget implements them in our day to day life. This process continues for year and years, will remain to continue till we don’t change our low perception of fire risk.

Need a change perception of fire risk:

Our perception of the fire risk play vital role in avoiding losses due to a fire accident. It is observed that decision to response the danger is depended on how serious the person sees the risk. One of the studies on public perception for fire risk finds that fire risk perceived as far less of an immediate threat than the danger of a personal attack by an intruder in the home. Perception of fire risk is depending upon various factors like the previous experience of fire, Probability of occurrence of fire, possible degree of harm caused by the fire, knowledge, and cost to respond response the fire emergency. Whatever our perception of fire risk, whether it low or high, but it is sure it is influencing factor in deciding the preventive and protective action to reduce the fire losses.

By Site Admin / December 4, 2017

Guide for aspiring fire fighters

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    1. Introduction
    2. Scope for Fire Professionals
    3. About Fire Profession
    4. How to Join the Fire Service?
    5. Fire Training Courses & Institutes Available in India
    6. List of Other Institute Providing Various Fire Related Courses

Introduction :

After 15 years of service in fire services, now I am the proud firelighter, but actually, I don’t want to become the firefighter. During my study days my aim was clear, passes the master in science, ready for various competitive exams and try to get a secure job. Then I how I became fire professional?. It is my luck that brings me to this profession. On result day of our last year B.Sc, My friends force me to apply for entrance exam of National fire service college for their engineering bachelor program. I cleared that exam and got a place on their merit list. That was a turning point for me. Passing the all India entrance of national Fire Service College and getting in top 30 was though job, But I did it. It does not matter now; I eat half a dozen bananas to increase my weight by 1 kg to fulfil 50 kg weight criteria to get admitted for course.

Friends wait, Please don’t stop reading. I am not here to write my life story. Writing is not my job. But numbers of calls and enquiries from young aspirants, who want to make fire as their profession, make me write for them. So here is my public writing peace to guide those aspirants in the right direction.

Scope for fire professionals :

Male and female aspirant have an equal job opportunity in this field. They will get job opportunity in state and municipal fire brigades, in industrial fire brigades, in railway and airports fire brigade, at high rise building, at five-star hotels and hospitals. In Indian scenario, in recent years, Increase industrialization, the introduction of new life safety rules and regulations, and government level effort to implement effective disaster handling systems raises demand for trained qualified fire professionals, thus increasing the possibility for a new entrant to get their opportunity.

About fire profession:

Moto of fire professional is we serve to save. In peacetime, they were found busy in maintaining equipment, updating records and other routine profession related works. In emergencies, they work in adverse environments to save lives and properties. They carry firefighting and rescue operation during natural and other disasters. Fire professionals need physical stamina, commitment, discipline, punctuality, teamwork, decision-making, leadership and risk-taking capacity, to discharge their duty in adverse conditions during an emergency

How to Join the Fire Service ?:

There are multi-level entries in the service in different states, but new entrants can join the fire services at below three levels, provided they pass a required physical and educational qualification driving license for heavy vehicles.

1.Fireman/Leading Fireman/Driver: The minimum qualification to join at this level is SSC /HSC with 6-month basic firemanship course (with Syllabus prescribed by SAFC) from government recognised institute. Many departments first recruit the suitable candidates and provide them in-house induction training before giving responsibilities.

Physical Standard for male and female to join as a fireman:

Age: Between 18 to 25 years

Height: Minimum 165 cm

Weight: Minimum 50 kg for male and 46 kg for female

Chest: Normal 81 cm and 86 cm with expanded for male candidates, for female there is no minimum requirement

Physical test: You must be able to run 100 yards distance in one minute (with weight equal to your own weight). You must be able to climb a rope or vertical pipe to a height of 8 to 10 feet from the ground.

2. Sub officer/ or equivalent supervisory level: The minimum qualification to join at this level is a graduate in any discipline with sub officer course from NFSC or equivalent course (with Syllabus prescribed by SAFC) from other government recognise institute. Physical standard required for this level is same as fireman

3. Ass. Station Officer/ Station Officer/ Fire Engineering GET: The minimum qualification to join at the level required a graduate of fire engineering or equivalent qualification from NFSC or other governments recognise institute. Physical standard required for this level is same as fireman

Fire Training Courses & Institutes Available in India :

Firefighters need practical as well as theoretical training to develop the necessary knowledge, skill, attitude, physical fitness, vision and mental alertness. Ideal Institute to join fire training courses is Institute with good infrastructure and facilities like adequate capacity classrooms, qualified faculties and supporting staff, training equipment, facility for outdoor practical training, hostel accommodations, modern simulators for different fire emergency and an adequate number of types of equipment for training in other disasters. Here is a list of some good firefighting training institutes for ready reference

1.  Bachelor of Engineering (Fire):

National fire service college is the only institute in India running this course since 1978 under the affiliation to Nagpur University. Earlier the course duration was three and half year after B.SC, but the course has been re-designed and the eligibility of the course has been changed to 10+2 with science subjects. The admission to this course made based on JEE Main Ranking given by CBSE. The course duration has also been changed to 4 years.

2.Bachelor of Engineering (Fire & Safety):

This course is available at IPS Academy Indore as well as at vitm institute Indore.The admission to this course also made based on JEE Main Ranking is given by CBSE. The course duration has also been changed to 4 years.

3. B.Tech Fire & Safety Engineering:

This course is available at University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES) and Kochi University of science & technology (CUSAT). The admission to this course made based on local board merit rank & JEE Main Ranking given.Other institutes offering similar course are

a) Toc H Institute of Science and Technology, Ernakulam ( Kerala)

b) Ganga Institute of Technology and Management, Jhajjar (Haryana)

4. B.Sc (Fire):

Eligibility for the course is Higher Secondary School Certificate.This three-year course available at the following institute

a) College of Fire Technology, Ahmadabad

b) National Academy Of Fire and Safety Engineering, Nagpur

c) Goa State Fire Force Training Center, Panaji, Goa

d) NIFS, Nagpur

5. P.G. Diploma In Fire & Safety (PGDFS) :

Eligibility for this course is graduation in any discipline.This one year course available at the following institute

a) NIFS, Nagpur

b) KSSPL, Nellore, Andhra Pradesh

6. Diploma In Fire Service Engineering:

Eligibility for this course is HSc pass or equivalent any graduation.This two-year course available at the following institute

a) Thane Belapur I.N.D.S. Association  – Thane

b) Indian Institute of Fire Engineering  – Nagpur

c) Sharwani College of Fire Engineering, Nagpur  – Nagpur

7.  Sub Officer Course :

Eligibility for this course is SSC or HSC pass.This 6-month course available at the following institute

a) National Fire Service College, Nagpur

b) Maharastra Fire Service Academy, Santacruz Mumbai

8. Fireman course and Basic Fighter Course:

Eligibility for this course is SSC or HSC pass.This 6-month course available at the following institute

a) Maharastra Fire Service Academy, Santacruz Mumbai

b) Goa State Fire Force Training Center, Panaji, Goa

c) All India Institute of Self Government, Pune

d) National Fire Service College, Nagpur

List of Other Institute Providing Various Fire Related Courses:

1. Indian Safety Solutions, New Delhi

18/85, Street No.38, New Friends Colony, Zakir Nagar, Jamia Nagar, New Delhi (Delhi) – 110025
Phone : 011-26985880     Mobile : 9599805939, 9958085880, 959960102

2.Institute of Fire and Safety Management (IFSM), Dehradun

Inderprasth, Near Nehrgram Post Office, Jogiwala Ring Road, Nehrugram, Dehradun (Dehradun Dist.) – 248001, Uttarakhand
Mobile: 9456744100, 9458357793

3.Imperial Institute of Fire and Safety, Kochi

Door no:44/1252, (44/1022-A), L.F.C Road, Opp.Water Authority Quarters, Kaloor P.O, Kochi (Ernakulam Dist.) – 682017, Kerala

4. Mangalore Institute of Fire and Safety Engineering (MIFSE), Bangalore

No.483, 1st Floor, Shwetha Mansion 5th Cross, Malleshwaram Circle, Bangalore (Bengaluru Dist.) – 560 003, Karnataka

5. Shivam College of Hotel Management and Fire and Safety, Sikar

Behind Bochiwal Bhavan, Post Office Road, Fatehpur, Sikar (Sikar Dist.) – 332301
Rajasthan

6. GMR Aviation Academy, New Delhi

Old Udaan Bhawan, 2nd Floor, Beside Terminal 1D, Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi (Delhi) – 110037

7. GMR Aviation Academy, Hyderabad

8. North East Frontier Technical University: Faculty of Science, Along

Sibu-Poyi, Along (West Siang Dist.) – 791001, Arunachal Pradesh

9. EIILM University – Department of Science, West Sikkim  (Distance Learning)

8th Mile, Budang, Malabassey, West Sikkim (West Sikkim Dist.) – 737121

10. Arunachal University of Studies:

Faculty of Skill Development and Vocational Studies, Lohit Main Campus, NH- 52, Namsai, Lohit (Lohit Dist.) – 792103
Arunachal Pradesh

11.National Institute On Fire and Safety Engineering (NIFSE), Gwalior Near Legacy Plaza, Randheer Colony Bhind Road, Gwalior (Gwalior Dist.) – 474005, Madhya Pradesh

12. National Institute of Fire and Safety Engineering, Una

Village Lal Singhi, Above Madhusudan Tower, Opposite Honda Showroom, Friends Colony, Una (Una Dist.) – 174303, Himachal Pradesh

13.  AM College of Fire Engineering and Safety Management, Yavatmal

Office At.Po. Pandharkawada State Bank Road Tah. Kelapur, Yavatmal (Yavatmal Dist.) – 445302, Maharashtra

14. Institute of Industrial Fire and Safety Management, Bazpur

Kisan Market Near Chandra Dental Clinic Bazpur, Bazpur (Udhamsingh Nagar Dist.) – 262401, Uttarakhand

15. Green World Management Consultants and Training Institute, Chennai

# 5/12 Ambalavanar Street, 100 feet road,Arumbakkam, Chennai (Chennai Dist.) – 600106,Tamil Nadu

16.Inspirit Saftey Solutions Pvt Ltd, Tiruvalla

1st floor, Chirayedathu Building, Near YMCA, YMCA junction, T K road, Tiruvalla (Pathanamthitta Dist.) – 689101, Kerala

17. SK Fire and Safety Institute, Vishakapatnam

49-24-41/1, 2nd Floor, Opp. Ramalingeshwara Swamy Temple, Near Income Tax office, Vishakapatnam (Vishakapatnam Dist.) – 530016, Andhra Pradesh

18. National Institute of Fire Engineering and Safety Management (NIFS Lucknow), Lucknow

Basement – II, Skylark Building, Newal Kishore Road, Hazratganj, Lucknow (Lucknow Dist.) – 226001, Uttar Prades

19. Hire You Safety Training and Consulting, Thygarayanagar

No:1, 1st Floor Kasi Arcade, Thyagaraya Road, T. Nagar, Opposite to Kalyan Jewellers, Thygarayanagar (Chennai Dist.) – 600017, Tamil Nadu

20. ASET College of fire and safety Engineering, Poonamalle

No 165,(Megh Tower), poonamalle High Road, Maduravoyal, Poonamalle (Chennai Dist.) – 600 095, Tamil Nadu

21. DE Society Technical Institute, Pune

Post Box.No.816, BMCC Road, Deccan Gymkhana, Pune (Pune Dist.) – 411004
Maharashtra

22. Pacific Institute of Fire and Safety Management (PIFSM), Udaipur

Pacific Hills, Airport Road, Pratap Nagar Extension, Debari, Udaipur (Udaipur Dist.) – 313024, Rajasthan

23. National Academy of Fire and Safety Engineering, Nagpur

NAFS, Main Road, Siraspeth, Near Reshimbagh, Nagpur (Nagpur Dist.) – 440009
Maharashtra

24. Institute of Industrial Safety Management (IISM), Vadodara

308/4, Kadam Nager, Nizampura, Vadodara (Vadodara (Baroda) Dist.) – 30002
Gujarat

25. TUV Rheinland NIFE Academy Pvt Ltd., Secunderabad

Above Shiv Supermarket, Asif Nagar X Road, Sagar Towers, Mehdipatnam, Secunderabad (Ranga Reddy Dist.) – 500085, Telangana

 

26.National Fire Safety Institute (NFSI), Vadodara

Shree C.K.Bhagat Patidar Chatralaya, Opp Old Krishna Cinema, Nr. Jayratna Building, Siddhnath Road, Vadodara (Vadodara (Baroda) Dist.) – 390001, Gujarat

27.Doon Institute of Industrial Training (DIIT), Jamshedpur

104 (A), Sai Jambu Tower, Bhalubasa, Agrico, Jamshedpur (East Singhbhum Dist.) – 831009, Jharkhand

28. Suraksha Fire and Safety College, Chitradurga

Smart Group Of Education society (R)., KSRTC Depot Road. , Chitradurga (Chitradurga Dist.) – 577501, Karnataka

29. Sai Sagar Institute of Safety Management (SSISM), Bharatpur

B – Narayan Gate, Near TM Hospital, Circular Road, Bharatpur (Bharatpur Dist.) – 321001, Rajasthan

30. Fire Institute of Research and Engineering – IGNOU Community College, Sonipat

Gudha- Gohana, Sonipat (Sonipat Dist.) – 131301, Haryana

31. Yatch Infotech, New Delhi

RZ B1/48, Raghu Nagar, Pankha Road, Opposite Janak Cinema, New Delhi (Delhi) – 110045

32. National Institute of Fire Engineering and Safety Management (NIFS Ahmedabad), Ahmedabad

404, 4th Floor, Orange Mall, Beside Sharda Petrol Pump, Near Chand kheda Bus Stop, Chan Kheda , Ahmedabad (Ahmedabad Dist.) – 382424, Gujarat

33. Goodies Institute of Fire and Safety Engineering, Sunder Nagar

NH-21, Dhanoto, P.O.Mahadev , Sunder Nagar (Mandi Dist.) – 175036, Himachal Pradesh

34. ARS Group of Institute Educational, Cuddalore

No 45, Subburayacheety street , Thirupapuliyur , Cuddalore (Cuddalore Dist.) – 607002, Tamil Nadu

35. NICMAR’S Construction Industry Staff College, Hyderabad

NAC Campus, Kondapur P.O , Hyderabad (Hyderabad Dist.) – 500032, Telangana

36. Gurukul Institute of Fire and Safety (GIFS), Kota (Raj)

Saty Vidhya Niketan School Campus, Sakatpura , Kota (Raj) (Kota Dist.) – 324008
Rajasthan

37. Career Education Group, Kota (Raj)

1-L-4, Near Noori Jama Masjid Main Road, Vigyan Nagar , Kota (Raj) (Kota Dist.) – 324005, Rajasthan

38. National Institute of Fire and Safety (NIFE Cochin), Edappally

50/1147, Railway Station Road , Edappally (Ernakulam Dist.) – 682024, Kerala

39. Regional Hi-Tech College of Management and Engineering, Kochi

Arjun Building, Kalathiparambil Cross Road, Valanjambalam , Kochi (Ernakulam Dist.) – 682016, Kerala

40. FIRE SERVICE TRAINING CENTRE Airports Authority of India Narayanpur, Kolkata – 700052

41. FIRE TRAINING CENTRE Airports Authority of India Gurgaon Road, New Delhi – 110037

42. NCTT Centre for Fire and Safety Engineering, Hyderabad

C 201, Mayur Kuhal Complex, Beside Chermas, Abids , Hyderabad (Hyderabad Dist.) – 500001, Telangana

43. National Institute of Fire and Safety Engineering, Kota (Raj)

Kota Office: Plat No. 6 Jawahar Nagar Main Road , Kota (Raj) (Kota Dist.) – 325205
Rajasthan

44. GIFSE Fire and Safety Engineering, Sunder Nagar

Opposite Employment Exchange, Sunder Nagar , Sunder Nagar (Mandi Dist.) – 174401, Himachal Pradesh

45. Radiate Edutech, New Delhi

216, Second floor, Bhagwati Business Center, School Block Shakarpur, Laxmi Nagar , New Delhi (Delhi) – 110092

46. Shri Om Sai Fire and Safety Management Institute, Bharatpur

NH-11, Near Ludhawai Toll, Sewar , Bharatpur (Bharatpur Dist.) – 321001, Rajasthan

47. Indian Fire and Safety Managment Institute, Bharatpur

Near Kali Ki Bageechi, Harigovind palace , Bharatpur (Bharatpur Dist.) – 321101
Rajasthan

48. Haryana College of Fire and Safety Management (HCFSM), Rohtak

209-210, 2nd Floor, Meghna Complex (Sheela Bye Pass) , Rohtak (Rohtak Dist.) – 124001, Haryana

49. Indian Institute of Fire Engineering, Nagpur

Makardhokda, Katol Road , Nagpur (Nagpur Dist.) – 440013, Maharashtra

50. Chinmay Academy for Multipurpose Eduction, Vadodara

A-513, Ashwamegh complex, Opp. Hanumanji Temple, Beside Allahabad Bank Lane and Khanderao Market Police Chalky, A-tower, Rajmahel road, Kirtistumbh , Vadodara (Vadodara (Baroda) Dist.) – 391421, Gujarat

51. Paramount College of Fire Engineering and Safety Management, Jaipur

8 Pratap Nagar Colony, Behind Kamal And Co Tonk Road , Jaipur (Jaipur Dist.) – 302018, Rajasthan

52. Fire Safety and Research Institute (FSRI), Dehradun

Suraksha Sadan (Near Sardar Bhagvran Singh Medical Institute), Gular Ghati Road, Ballawala , Dehradun (Dehradun Dist.) – 248001, Uttarakhand

53. Indian Institute of Fire Engineering, Bharuch

C-73, Pramukh Park, Gadkhol Patiya, Ankleshwar , Bharuch (Bharuch Dist.) – 393010, Gujarat

54. Indian Fire Services Engineering and Safety Management College, Aurangabad

Plot No .20 ‘Rajyog’ Vidya Nagar Jalnaroad , Aurangabad (Aurangabad Dist.) – 431005, Maharashtra

55. IIMSHE Community College, Bhopal

Bhel, Gandhi Udyan, Sector ‘A’, Near Piplani Petrol Pump , Bhopal (Bhopal Dist.) – 462022, Madhya Pradesh

56. Fire and Safety Forum, Ernakulam

Gurumandiram Building, Kaloor , Ernakulam (Ernakulam Dist.) – 682107, Kerala

57. Institute of Instrumentation and Metrology (IIM), Kolkata

35 & 36, M.B. Road, Udaypur, Belgharia , Kolkata (Kolkata Dist.) – 700049, West Bengal

58. Global Institute of Management and Technology (GIMAT), Kota (Raj)

Infront of Tejaji Tempal, Main Road, Sakatpura , Kota (Raj) (Kota Dist.), Rajasthan

59. College of Fire and Disaster Management, Mehsana

Nalanda Vidhya Sankul, Near : River Front, Umta, Ta.: Visnagar , Mehsana (Mehsana (Mahesana) Dist.) – 384002, Gujarat

60. College of Fire and Disaster Management, Bharuch

14, Revised Center, Naldhari Village, Ankleshwar to Valia Road, At – Valia, Near – Ankleshwar City, Dist – Bharuch. , Bharuch (Bharuch Dist.) – 392001, Gujarat

61. Industrial Fire and Safety Management Academy (IFSMA), Vadodara

A-605, Aeshwamegh Complex, Opp Sayaji Vihar Club, Rajmahel Road, Kirti Stumbh , Vadodara (Vadodara (Baroda) Dist.) – 390001, Gujarat

62. SafeZone training and consultancy solutions, Palai

Door No.V/73, Pala-Ettumanoor Road, Puliyanoor, Pala , Palai (Kottayam Dist.) – 686573, Kerala

63. Morni Community College, Panchkula

Sherla Taal Morni Hills , Panchkula (Panchkula Dist.) – 134205, Haryana

64.NIFS – School of Safety, Coimbatore

No. 205, 1st Floor, Near GP Signal, New Sidhapudur Road, Gandhipuram , Coimbatore (Coimbatore Dist.) – 641044, Tamil Nadu

65. Parmanand College of Fire Engineering and Safety Management (PCFSM), Pune

Gopali Enclave Guru Vihar Colony, Opp. Panjarpol, Pune Nashik Highway, Bhosari , Pune (Pune Dist.) – 411039, Maharashtra

66.Perfect Institute for Civil Engineers, Dwarka

Office No. 305, 3rd Floor, Plot No-4, Aditya Plaza-2, Dwarka Sector-10 Central Market (Opposite DDA Sport Complex) , Dwarka (Delhi) – 110075, Delhi

67. Visvesvaraya Community College, Udaipur

Tulsi Niketan, Hiran Magri, Sector No.4, Main Road , Udaipur (Udaipur Dist.) – 313002, Rajasthan

68. Oxford Industrial Technical Institute, Jamshedpur

Taj Building, Ambagan, Sakchi , Jamshedpur (East Singhbhum Dist.) – 831001
Jharkhand

69. Complete Fire Design Solutions (CFDS), Ahmedabad

Second Floor, 201, Shukan Mall, Science City Road, Sola , Ahmedabad (Ahmedabad Dist.) – 380060, Gujarat

70. Fire Safety College Gurgaon, Gurgaon

Palam Vihar Road, Ashok Vihar Phase II, Near HP Petrol Pump , Gurgaon (Gurgaon Dist.) – 122001, Haryana

71. Institute of Fire and Vocational Studies, Jhajjar

Vpo Dujana , Jhajjar (Jhajjar Dist.) – 124102, Haryana

72. St. Anto Group of Institutions, Vadalur

23/50, Dharma Salai Road, Near Sathiya Gnana Sabai, Kurinjipady TK , Vadalur (Cuddalore Dist.) – 607303, Tamil Nadu

73. Institute of Fire, Safety and Disaster Management (IFSDM), Vadodara

801, VCCI Complex, GIDC Estate, Makarpura , Vadodara (Vadodara (Baroda) Dist.) – 390010, Gujarat

74. Asian Fire Engineering College (AFEC), Nagpur

Mecosabagh Primary School Campus, Kadbi Chowk , Nagpur (Nagpur Dist.) – 440004, Maharashtra

75. National Institute of Professional Training, Bangalore

#12th, 4th Main, Mahalakshmipuram , Bangalore (Bengaluru Dist.) – 5000086
Karnataka

76. Freesia International Technical Training Institute (FITTI ), Chennai

No:848, Kanna Complex, Annasalai, Saidapet , Chennai (Chennai Dist.) – 600015
Tamil Nadu

77. International Institute of Safety Management and Technology (IISMT), Kochi

Kaloor, Ernakulam , Kochi (Ernakulam Dist.) – 682017, Kerala

78.College of Fire and Disaster Management, Gandhinagar

F-4, Mahavir Complex, Nr. Old Bus Depot, At Mansa , Gandhinagar (Gandhinagar Dist.) – 382845, Gujarat

79. HIST Pvt Ltd (Haris Institute of Safety Technology), Thiruvananthapuram

3rd Floor, Tech Avenue KP.III.64\C, ByPass Jn, Kazhakutam , Thiruvananthapuram ( Thiruvananthapuram Dist.), Kerala

80. Institute of Disaster Management and Fire Science (IDMFS), Chandigarh

Rana Complex, Level-2, Maloya , Chandigarh (Chandigarh) – 160025, Chandigarh

81.International Institute of Fire and Safety (IIFS), Kottayam

Ashtami 2nd Floor, South view of Private Bus Stand , Mavelikara , Kottayam (Kottayam Dist.) – 690101, Kerala

82. Help Institute of Fire and Safety, Vadodara

TF – 12, Rutushree Complex, Opp.IDBI Bank, Near Bhavans School, Makarpura Road, Manjalpur , Vadodara (Vadodara (Baroda) Dist.) – 390009, Gujarat

83. St. Joseph’s International Fire and Safety Academy (JIFSA), Korba

Part”D”, Commercial Complex, 2nd Floor, Transport Nagar , Korba (Korba Dist.) – 495677, Chhattisgarh

84. National Institute of Fire Engineering and Safety Management (NIFS Chennai), Chennai

NIFS, # 572, EVR High Road, Aminizikarai , Chennai (Chennai Dist.) – 600029
Tamil Nadu

85. IISF Academy, West Tambaram

2, Lakshmipuram, West Tambaram , West Tambaram (Chennai Dist.) – 600045
Tamil Nadu

86. International Institute of Safety Solutions, Begumpet

9-1-66/4-201, 2nd Floor, Trinity Towers, Lane Opp OBC Bank, S.D. Road, Secundarabad , Begumpet (Hyderabad Dist.) – 500003, Telangana

87. Chandralop Shikshan Prasarak Mandals College of Fire Engineering and Safety Management, Pune

Fourth Floor, Pushpashanti Tower, Opposite Karve Statue, Karve Road, Kothrud , Pune (Pune Dist.) – 431 003, Maharashtra

88.Pro Act Safety Training Institute, Jamshedpur

Holding No.:D, Savitri Bhavan, Straight Mile Road, Near Ram Leela Maidan, Sakchi , Jamshedpur (East Singhbhum Dist.) – 831001, Jharkhand

89. Precision Academy, Jajpur

84/135, Pratap Nagar , Sanganer , Jajpur (Jajpur Dist.) – 302011, Orissa

90. Gemstech International Institute, Hyderabad

Flat 402, Manzil Chambers, Mehdipatnam , Hyderabad (Hyderabad Dist.) – 500028
Telangana

91. National Centre for Professional Training (NCPT), Pathanamthitta

PB.NO.50, Pandalam.P.O , Pathanamthitta (Pathanamthitta Dist.), Kerala

92. Government Polytechnic College, Kalamassery

Kalamassery (Ernakulam Dist.) – 683104, Kerala

93.Institute of Fire and Safety Technology (IFAST), Tripunithura

30/287-A, Abhimannu arcade, Petta , Tripunithura (Ernakulam Dist.) – 682038
Kerala

94. Delhi Institute of Fire Engineering, New Delhi

579, Raj Nagar (Near Dada Dev Mandir), Sector – 7, Dwarka , New Delhi (Delhi) – 110045, Delhi

95. College of Fire Technology, Ahmedabad

86, Village Khoda, Sanand – Viramgam Highway Road, Sanand , Ahmedabad (Ahmedabad Dist.) – 380006, Gujarat

96. National Institute of Fire Engineering and Safety Management (NIFS Vishakapatnam

#9-1-245, 2nd Floor, Rama Talkies Road , Vishakapatnam (Vishakapatnam Dist.) – 530003, Andhra Pradesh

97. HIFE (Hyderabad Institute of Fire Engineering), Hyderabad

Flat No.101, Sree Gayathri Nivas Beside Shivani Lodge Lane Dilsukhnagar , Hyderabad (Hyderabad Dist.) – 500060
Telangana

98. National Fire Service College, Nagpur

Opposite District Court, Palm Road, Civil Lines , Nagpur (Nagpur Dist.) – 440001
Maharashtra

99.Heritage Technical Institute, Hoshiarpur

Budhabar Adda, Hajipur, Teh Mukerian, Hajipur , Hoshiarpur (Hoshiarpur Dist.) – 144306, Punjab

 

100. Swastika Institute of Fire and Safety Engineering, Sunder Nagar
Kamaksha Complex (near Polo Regency), PO. Bojhpur, Teh. Sunder nagar , Sunder Nagar (Mandi Dist.) – 175002, Himachal Pradesh

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