Becoming a Fire Watch Guard

by John Smith Proffesional Manager

Firefighters play a key role in keeping residents of large buildings safe. The local government code may specify when, where and how many Firefighters are needed in a building. If there is a fire alarm, sprinkler or standpipe not working in New York City, a security guard must be present to perform the duties of observing firefighters. New York City requires Fire Guards to be trained and licensed to operate residential or commercial buildings.

Fire Watch Guards are also required by law to safely operate most construction sites where open flames are used.

At least one Fire Guard is needed in public places, such as shelters, movie theaters, hotels, office buildings and water baths where there is no spraying system or fire protection system in place. Fireguard-trained guards are much needed than those who have not undergone security training of Fire Watch Services.

Minimum Fire Requirements

You must be at least 18 years old.

You must have a good understanding of the English language.

You must provide two types of identification. At least one of them must be a government-issued photo ID, such as a Government Driver's License or Non-Driver's License or passport.

You should submit a letter of recommendation from your employer. The letter should be at the head of the official letter, and should state your full name, information and address. If you are self-employed or a company owner, you should send a certified letter stating the situation.

If you are not currently employed, you can take the test without a letter of recommendation. If you pass the test, FDNY will issue a temporary illustrated letter for job search purposes. You will not receive a Certificate of Qualification Card unless you are employed and provide a letter of recommendation from your employer.

The Liberty Security Training Institute's 4-hour program is designed to help you prepare for the Fire Brigade Certificate Examination. This course is not required by law, but it will make the process easier for you and increase your chances of success. Our instructor will inform you of the New York City Fire Department study materials. Topics available will include safety requirements, safety signs, testing, fire extinguishers, spraying systems and emergency procedures. In addition to the cost of your Fire Guard Training at LSTI, you will need to pay $ 25.00 to the NYC Fire Department to obtain a Certificate of Examination Certificate. When you do your Fire Brigade Training course with the Liberty Security Training Institute, we help you with every step of the certification process to save time and money and avoid any confusion. We make it easy for you to get the training and certification you need for your job as a Certified Fire Guard.

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About John Smith Senior   Proffesional Manager

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