|Statuss(Aktīvs)||Izdruka||Arhīvs(0)||Studiju plāns Vecais plāns||Kursu katalogs||Vēsture|
|Course title||Fire Safety and Civil Protection II|
|Total Hours in Course||80|
|Number of hours for lectures||24|
|Number of hours for seminars and practical classes||8|
|Independent study hours||48|
|Date of course confirmation||20/09/2011|
|Responsible Unit||Department of Forest Utilisation|
|Mg. oec., pasn. Vairis Lasmanis
|There is no prerequisite knowledge required for this course|
|Organization of fire safety in enterprises. Engineering systems and facilities of fire safety. Development of action plan for case of fire and its prevention. Law on fire safety and fire fighting. Regulations of fire safety. Works in environment with high explosion risk and evaluation of them. Risks of fire and other extraordinary situations. Extraordinary situations, their identification, evaluation and response to them. Behaviour of humans in extraordinary situations, individual and collective protections of them. Providing of industrial objects in extraordinary situations.|
|Learning outcomes and their assessment|
|After completing the course student will have: knowledge and critical understanding of the role and place of fire safety and civil protection in the work process of companies (test); skills of creating fire and civil protection system in a company instructing of employees at work place and training the employees for safe work methods (practical works); competence cooperation with fire safety and civil protection specialist and knowing how to act in emergency situations (practical works).|
|1. Fire extinguishment.
2. Technical classification and assessment of fire safety of buildings (structures).
3. Fire safety measures in manufacturing processes.
4. Emergency systems, their organization in EU countries and Latvia.
5. Assessment of the severity of emergency hazards.
6. Human protection.
7. Preventive measures to prepare the sector for emergency operations.
8. Rescue jobs in the economy.
9. Renewal of production in extreme environments. 10. Chemically poisoned areas and their characteristics.
|Requirements for awarding credit points|
|Clearings shall be received if a test (5-10 questions) has been completed and practical works have been worked. The examination shall be conducted by students who have received a study course entitled “Fire safety and civil protection I” and practical work.|
|Description of the organization and tasks of students’ independent work|
|Own-initiative work: Concept on fire safety regulatory documents to be prepared, to be submitted electronically to page 3.|
|Criteria for Evaluating Learning Outcomes|
|Examination mark: arithmetic mean of the two quizzes and the assessment of the independent work.|
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|Periodicals and other sources|
|1. Latvijas Vēstnesis: Latvijas Republikas oficiāls laikraksts.Rīga:Valsts uzņēmums "Latvijas Vēstnesis". ISSN 1407-0391 2. Dienas Bizness: nedēļas laikraksts.Latvijas biznesa avīze. Rīga: Diena: Dagens Industri , 2005-. ISSN 1407-2041|