Fire-fighting course

risk Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3



Firefighting course for the training of fire prevention team workers. Workers who have been tasked with fire prevention and firefighting activities must receive adequate and specific training. Legislative Decree 81/08 provides a dedicated training course for personnel who are part of the Company Fire Fighting Team.

The Fire Fighting Course presents the fire triangle, to schematize the phenomenon, and addresses concrete situations with the related intervention procedures for emergency management in the event of fire. The contents are structured in such a way as to be useful to companies in any production sector and comply with what is indicated in the Ministerial Decree. 2 September 2021 (firefighting training in the workplace).

The Fire Fighting Course, based on the risk class to which the company belongs, as indicated by the Ministerial Decree. September 2, 2021, can be level 1 (4 hours), 2 (8 hours) or 3 (16 hours).

Theoretical and practical tests will be carried out to evaluate the knowledge acquired during the course; a certificate of participation/training will be issued to those who successfully pass them.

Choose one of the modes below:​

Check the next available dates, then fill out the corresponding registration form.

Starting from 5 members; request a quote for info and costs.

    Legislative references: art. 37 paragraph 9 Legislative Decree 81/08 and subsequent amendments. and art. 7 of the Ministerial Decree of 2 September 2021

    Recipients: Workers, Supervisors, Managers, Employers

    Duration: 4 hours (level 1) – 8 hours (level 2) – 16 hours (level 3)

    Type of training: classroom course

    Locations: at our headquarters in Lecce or at home

    Training certificate: certificate valid throughout Italy, for the purposes of the legislation in question

    Requirements: understanding of the Italian language

    Material released: training handout

    Update: every 5 years, fire prevention update

    Fire and prevention:
    • Principles of combustion;
    • Combustion products;
    • Extinguishing substances in relation to the type of fire;
    • Effects of fire on humans;
    • Prohibitions and limitations on exercise;
    • Behavioral measures.

    Fire protection and procedures to be adopted in case of fire:
    • Main fire protection measures;
    • Evacuation in case of fire;
    • Call for help.

    • Review and clarifications on portable fire extinguishers;
    • Instructions on the use of portable fire extinguishers carried out either using audiovisual aids or through practical demonstration.
    Fire and fire prevention
    • Principles of combustion and fire;
    • Extinguishing substances;
    • Combustion triangle;
    • The main causes of a fire;
    • Risks to people in the event of fire;
    • Main precautions and measures to prevent fires.

    Fire protection and procedures to be adopted in case of fire
    • The main fire protection measures;
    • Escape routes;
    • Procedures to be adopted when a fire is discovered or in the event of an alarm;
    • Evacuation procedures;
    • Relations with the firefighters;
    • Extinguishing equipment and systems;
    • Alarm systems;
    • Safety signs;
    • Emergency lighting.

    • Having read and clarified the most common means of extinguishing;
    • Review and clarifications on personal protective equipment;
    • Exercises on the use of portable fire extinguishers and how to use hose reels and fire hydrants.
    Fire and fire prevention
    • Combustion principles;
    • The main causes of fire in relation to the specific working environment;
    • Extinguishing substances;
    • Risks to people and the environment;
    • Specific fire prevention measures;
    • Behavioral measures to prevent fires;
    • The importance of controlling work environments;
    • The importance of checks and maintenance on fire prevention equipment.

    Fire protection
    • Passive protection measures;
    • Escape routes, compartmentalizations, spacing;
    • Extinguishing equipment and systems; Alarm systems;
    • Safety signs;
    • Electrical safety systems;
    • Safety lighting.
    Procedures to be adopted in case of fire
    • Procedures to be adopted when a fire is discovered;
    • Procedures to be adopted in the event of an alarm;
    • Evacuation methods;
    • How to call the emergency services;
    • Collaboration with the firefighters in case of intervention;
    • Exemplification of an emergency situation and procedural-operational methods.

    • Review and clarifications on the main extinguishing equipment and systems;
    • Review of individual protection equipment (masks, self-protector, overalls, etc.);
    • Exercises on the use of fire extinguishing and personal protection equipment.