MARC E-Learning Course

Welcome to "MARC E-Learning"!

This is an example of how the training and deep dive might be converted into a more dynamic medium to enhance learning acquisitions. 

 

MARC Lesson #1

Basics of MARC

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Choose the most appropriate answer

In case of fire you have to follow 3 simple steps: the fire alarm or call 112, those who are in danger and only then to extinguish the fire.

Match three A's with the appropriate definitions

  • Activate
    Turn on a fire alarm
  • Assist
    Help people who are in danger
  • Attempt
    Try to extinguish the fire

The four elements that must be present for MARC activities to exist include:

There are four elements that must be present for a fire to exist:

  • oxygen
  • heat
  • fuel
  • a chemical reaction

The concept of fire prevention is based upon keeping these four elements separate.

  • heat, oxygen, fuel and a chemical reaction between the three
  • water, a heat source, fuel and a chemical reaction between the three
  • oxygen, water, fuel and a chemical reaction between the three
  • fuel, oxygen, earth and a chemical reaction between the three

MARC Lesson #2

MARC #2.1

 

MARC #2.2

  • Water and Foam
    Class A fires
  • Carbon dioxide
    Class B & C fires
  • Dry Powder
    Class D fires
  • Wet Chemical
    Class K fires

Decide if the following statements are true or false

  • Class C fires are fires involving energized electrical equipment.
  • There are four classes of fire, Class A, B, C and K.
  • Class B fires are those fires that occur involving paper and wood.
  • Class K fires are fires in cooking oils and greases.
  • Water will not extinguish most flammable liquid fires.

Which of these objects belongs to Class A fires?

MARC Lesson #3

MARC

 

MARC

  • PULL
  • SQUEEZE
  • AIM
  • SWEEP

Congratulations!

You've completed a course on fire safety. Hopefully, now you have a better understanding of fire dangers and fire prevention procedures.