BullEx Australia in company with LION is world leader in the design, manufacture, and supply of hot fire and digital fire training structure systems and props. The design of our training facilities, their operating systems, functionality, and features are entirely based on cost-effective, outcome-based, state-wide training solutions for each client.
The first step for any project is to gather all the relevant information from key stakeholders within the organisation, other users and regulators such as the Australian Maritime Safety Authority. Critical training outcomes, deficiencies in current training practices and the impact of legislative or regulatory changes need to be identified, particularly if commercial training is recommenced at some later point of time on the site.
This information should include the identification of real-world environments where the client might be called on to utilize specific skills in an actual response situation. These environments, or critical aspects of them, should be considered for inclusion in the final design and importantly matched to current training technology and techniques available.
Our practice is to input the information gathered into a matrix and match identified outcomes with simulated elements of the client’s response environments, proposed burn room designs and props. This matrix will help identify individual components in the final design and site plan of the Practical Learning Environment (PLE).
The matrix model approach allows the organisation to more easily quantify budget estimates, build a business case, stage construction and identify aspects of the site which should be prioritized. Each training environment (room or prop) should deliver a minimum of four individual training outcomes.
Live fire simulation includes; emergency shut-off buttons, gas sensors, ventilation system, camera monitoring, integrated temperature control sensors, emergency shutdown, non-slip floor and access plates, evacuation lights and SCADA, compliant with all Australian Standards.