We Provide The Following:

Fire Fighting Equipment

Fire extinguishers, fire hose reels, fire hydrants, fire boosters, fire detection, fire sprinklers, fire systems and CCTV and Access Control.

Servicing

Fire extinguishers, fire hose reels, fire hydrants, fire boosters, fire detection, fire sprinklers, fire systems and CCTV and Access Control.

Spares or Accessories

Fire retardant paint, fire blankets, super sounds, fire buckets, protective clothing / PPE’s, signage, cabinets, key boxes, CP valve boxes, red lam bolts, smoke detectors, emergency backup lights, fire extinguisher brackets, fire extinguisher, fire hose reels, fire hydrants and fire booster spares (if available), PVC covers and fire equipment cablinets, lay flat hoses and branches, recharging of fire extinguishers and first aid boxes.

Procedures and Registers

Evacuation plans, health and safety registers, fire registers and numbering of fire fighting equipment.

Discharges an agent, whether it is a jet of water, foam, gas, powder or other SABS approved materials to extinguish a fire (to extinguish a fire only use SABS approved fire extinguishers from a safe distance).

PPE

PPE refers to personal protective equipment such as clothing, helmets, goggles, respirators and boots or any other garments or equipment designed to protect specific parts of the user’s body from one or risks causing injury or infection. 

Fire blankets are made out of glass fibre fabric, with a thin fire resistant coating. They work by stopping the airflow to the fire, starving it of Oxygen – one of the vital ingredients that fire needs in order to keep burning. The purpose of the fire blanket is to cover the full area of the fire and therefore cut off the Oxygen supply to the flames.

Vehicles catch fire for many reasons and therefore have become a huge public safety threat and concern. Explosions do not always occur but toxic fumes will be a major threat. Vehicle fires are not necessary due to a collision and do not always result in injury or property damage, however, these are still a danger due to unwanted spectators.

FUEL- After the fire starts, the fire-fighters main concern with fuel is to cut off the supply so his other efforts to combat the flames are not wasted. Stop oil flowing to a fire with sand; open up a rubbish fire to get to the heart of the blaze.

You Should Know

The Occupational Health and Safety Act requires every employer to provide where reasonably practicable, premises that are free of hazards and risk to any person working on or visiting their premises.
Proof of certain facts must be available in order to prove due diligence in the event of an inspector visiting your premises, or at worst a guest or employee is injured on your premises.
Should you not be able to prove due diligence, you could be payment from your public liability insurer, thus costing you in terms of recovering from financial and bad publicity losses.

Our team of highly experienced and qualified SAQCC registered technicians offer a hands on approach ensuring you receive that professional dedication, support, service and advice you deserve, not to forget, a favorable return on your investment.

Branches For Global Learning Services and Pro-Safe Management Consulting and Auditing in Pietermaritzburg, Howick, Pinetown, Klerksdorp, Johannesburg and Cape Town

Training

Individual performance enhancement in every sphere of training, maximizing the potential of every employee, reducing the risk of injury and damage to property.

Consulting and Auditing

Tailor made consulting services for clients requiring assistance in certain field of expertise or resolving problematic areas within the health and safety management system.

Training

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Dangerous Goods

Dangerous Goods Seminar, Dangerous Goods Transportation, Dangerous Goods Regulations, Hazchem Handling

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Driver training

Anti-Hijack Driver, Anti-Hijack, Passenger Anti-Hijack Seminar Bobcat, Defensive/Advanced Driving Skills, Dumper truck, Earth moving equipment, Front end loader, Skid control.

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First Aid Training

Buddy Aid, CPR, First Aid - Level One, First Aid - Level Two, First Aid - Level Three

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Fire Fighting Training

Breathing Apparatus, Fire Fighting - Level One, Fire Fighting - Level Two

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Miscellaneous Training

Aids Awareness, Basic Slinging, Brush Cutter, Chainsaw, Grab Operator, Mine Lifting Equipment Inspection, Radio Procedures Scaffolding

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AARTO Training

What is AARTO, How does AARTO work, The infringement notice, How to nominate a driver, How to pay a discounted fine, How to appeal against an infringement order

Active Fire Services

8 Essex Road, Howick, 3231
Tel: 084 588 1250
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