Safety and Fire Engineering
Fire & Safety Engineer spots safeguard measures to prevent, control and diminish hazards related to fire. A fire engineering graduate would largely work on designing building plans with fire safety norms. They identify possibilities of disasters due to fire and find out solutions to prevent the same. These engineers have good scope of employment with rise in high rise buildings and industries across the nation.
After successful completion of the course, a student can find opportunities in areas where there is a possibility of loss of life due to spread of fire. Architectural and Building Design, Aircraft Industry, Refineries, Industrial Processing, Petrochemical Plants are among the list of sectors that employ skilled Safety and fire engineering students.
Candidates required some of the qualities for becoming a fire engineers are good communication skills, organizational ability, making quick decisions and solving problems. The other qualities include physical agility, presence of mind and self discipline.
Basic Civil and Mechanical Engineering
Basic Electrical Engineering and Electronics
Technical Communication and Social Sciences
Computer Programming Laboratory
Electrical and Mechanical Workshop
Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Flow Machines
Elements of Machine Drawing
Principles of Safety Management
Electrical Technology and Safety in Electrical Systems
First Aid and Emergency Procedures
Strength of Materials Lab
Electrical Technology Lab
Safety in Construction
Legal Aspects of Safety, Health and Environment
Environmental Engineering and Management
Safety in Rail and Road Transport
There are many certificate, degree, diploma courses available on fire & safety engineering. Aspirants can also expand their skills and knowledge through pursuing more courses.
Some of the job profiles are:
Fire Protection Technician
Graduates can find job opportunities in Railways, Airport Authority of India, Defense Force, Electricity Board, ONGC, Mines, Refineries, Petrochemical Complexes, Multiple Bodies and many more.