Target public:

  • Primary school pupils
  • Secondary school pupils
  • School staff: teachers, head teachers, administrative staff, pedagogues, etc.
  • Parents and families – Local communities: local authorities, fire brigades, hospitals, social workers,
    NGOs working with deprived communities, etc
  • European community at large



The training courses will include the following
Recognition of risk situations:
– occupations that increase exposure to fire
– poverty, overcrowding and lack of proper safety measures
– placement of young children in household roles such as cooking and care of small children
– underlying medical conditions, including epilepsy, neuropathology, alcohol abuse and smoking
– easy access to chemical
– use of kerosene as a fuel source for non-electric domestic appliances
– inadequate safety measures for liquefied petroleum gas and electricity
– cooking methods as Barbecues
– transform a risk situation into a safe situation
– identify sources of danger and different kind of burns
– how to act, evacuate and leave in a fast manner
– provide good advice in case of accidents 
The programme for the secondary school
teachers and children will also include a first aid check list that will be delivered in a practical way to the students and will, among others, include the following:
– Stop the burning process by removing clothes and irrigating the burns
– extinguish flames by allowing the patient to roll on the group or by applying a blanket
– use cool running water to reduce the temperature of the burn
– in chemical burns, remove or dilute the chemical agent by irrigating with large volumes of water
– wrap up patient in clean cloth or sheet and call emergency services to place the patient in the nearest appropriate facility for medical care.
– Do not start first aid before ensuring your own safety (swith off electrical current, wear gloves for chemicals,
– Do not apply paste, oil or raw cotton to the burn
– Avoid prolonged cooling with water; it will lead to hypothermia
– Do not open blisters
– Do not apply any material directly to the wound as it might become infected
– Do not give medication until the patient has been placed under appropriate medical