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NIFSE VASAI has its solely aim and onerous responsibilities to impart good quality of education training with bias on practical situation through interactive participation of students and faculty as well as combined practical and teaching methods with well laid out ground drills, modern fire fighting equipment at the institute and produce well qualified Fire Safety Professionals.

Fire and Safety

Fire safety is the set of practices intended to reduce the destruction caused by fire. Fire safety measures include those that are intended to prevent ignition of an uncontrolled fire, and those that are used to limit the development and effects of a fire after it starts.Fire safety measures include those that are planned during the construction of a building or implemented in structures that are already standing, and those that are taught to occupants of the building. Threats to fire safety are commonly referred to as fire hazards. A fire hazard may include a situation that increases the likelihood of a fire or may impede escape in the event a fire occurs. Fire safety is often a component of building safety. Those who inspect buildings for violations of the Fire Code and go into schools to educate children on Fire Safety topics are fire department members known as Fire Prevention Officers. The Chief Fire Prevention Officer or Chief of Fire Prevention will normally train newcomers to the Fire Prevention Division and may also conduct inspections or make presentations.


  • Government Recognized
  • ISO 9001-2008 certified
  • International recognised
  • Audio video class room
  • Highly qualified faculty
  • Fire station visit
  • Industrial Visit

Common Fire Hazards

  • Improper use and maintenance of gas stoves often create fire hazards.
  • Kitchen fires from unattended cooking, such as frying, boiling, and simmering
  • Electrical systems that are overloaded, resulting in hot wiring or connections or failed components
  • Combustible storage areas with insufficient protection
  • Combustibles near equipment that generates heat, flame, or sparks
  • Candles and other open flames
  • Smoking (Cigarettes, cigars, pipes, lighters, etc.)
  • Equipment that generates heat and utilizes combustible materials
  • Flammable liquids and aerosols
  • Flammable solvents (and rags soaked with solvent) placed in enclosed trash cans
  • Fireplace chimneys not properly or regularly cleaned
  • Cooking appliances - stoves, ovens
  • Heating appliances - fireplaces, wood burning stoves, furnaces, boilers, portable heaters
  • Household appliances - clothes dryers, curling irons, hair dryers, refrigerators, freezers
  • Chimneys that concentrate creosote
  • Electrical wiring in poor condition
  • Leaking Batteries
  • Personal ignition sources - matches, lighters
  • Electronic and electrical equipment

Importance of Health and Safety

    • Properly managed safety programs show commitment to safety by the management in turn creating a great safety culture where everyone ‘wants’ to be safe.
    • Workers want to work in a safe environment; absenteeism drops when effective safety programs are introduced.
    • Work premises are kept to higher standards for safety, cleanliness, and housekeeping
    • A safe work environment produces happier employees; everyone wants to go home safe each day.
    • Worker Compensation insurance claims decrease, in turn lowering WCB Rates. This is a benefit to any company that has to pre-qualify to work; a lower rate gives you a better grade with your clients.
    • In turn, workers feel like they are part of the safety solution.
    • Enables a company to win and retain business customers. Clients want to work with companies that are safe (less downtime due to incidents).
    • Reducing business costs creates productive work environments.

Scope and Career in Fire and Safety

DIP/SO/FO/ADVANCE DIP/PG/B.Sc./MBA Fire & Safety Engineering Course as a career option is fast catching up with the students in India. Whereas in abroad, Safety is an integral part of most of university programs. It is in fact an index of industrial growth. A rough assessment of the Industrial & Government demand puts the requirement at over 12,000 Safety personnel every year. The stage is similar to the advent of the computer revolution 7 years back.

Safety Engineering is a field to which all aspects of Science & Technical knowledge pertaining to Fire & Safety is linked. It involves study of subjects that deals with the designing of safer fire resistant equipment and plants; its hazards and control measures in various associated engineering subjects; Managerial functions which aid in managing a fire fighting along with other psychological grooming required to make a self-reliant Fire Safety/supervisors/ Engineer/Construction Safety Officer/Environment Officer.

Gulf is the biggest fire prone area in the world, because it has the largest storage of oil. Undoubtedly the highest budget of fire prevention and fire protection spent in the world is in the Gulf. They prevent fire by increasing the safety awareness of the people. That translates into thousands of job openings in the field of Safety as Safety Engineers, officers & Supervisors. They also reduce the risk of fire by installing the latest of fire protection systems. As a result the largest installed base of fire protection systems in the world is the Gulf. This translates into thousands of people required in designing, installing, servicing of the fire protection systems.

Anybody looking for a career in computer today is merely adding to the completion, not creating a great opportunity as the initial batches would have. So Fire& Safety engineering Course gives you a 10 years head start as compared to the other fields.

Main advantage of FIRE & SAFETY ENGINEERING over other Technical Fields:

Undoubtedly SALARY!!! The main attraction of this course is the high salary this course you can fetch in India or abroad especially if you are a 10th pass/undergraduate or graduate The average starting salaries in India that our students are drawing is between 12000/- to 18000/- . At International airports between 15000/- to 18000/- O.N.G.C 8000/- to 11000/-,dock yard 10000/- to 13000/- L & T 15000/- to 20000/- abroad thousands of our ex-students are drawing 80000/- plus average salaries.

There are three important reasons for this
1. All of a sudden safety has become very important. This is because of the governmental rules (factory act 1948) implemented for making safety strict in establishments. The recent adoption of constructional Safety Act 1996 by parliament has made appointment of safety officers/supervisors/engineer compulsory at all construction sites& industrial sector. As a result a flood gate of opportunities is opening up in India. Abroad, especially in the Gulf safety is a very strict norm. As a result they require thousands of people there as safety supervisors /officers.
2. It is a highly paid job. In India the start salary is in the range of 12000/- to 18000/- per month depending upon paying capacity of the company. Abroad it is in the range of Rs.65000/- to Rs.80000/-
3. It is a job with high status. A safety supervisor/officer is a highly respected person in his office. He works with dignity and it is always a management position.
The salary (you can draw in any field) and the experience (you require to get that salary) in any career greatly depends on the demand & supply gap. There is a huge shortage of trained hands in this field. The booming constructional industry becoming strict with statutory safety rules and norms and acute shortage of trained hands in constructional safety is widening the gap between demand and supply , making it possible for anyone with knowledge in the field from a reputed organization, to latch on to huge salaries and good designations in safety.
This course could mould you into an excellent • Safety Officer • Safety Supervisor • Safety Warden • Safety Checker • Safety Instructor • Safety Auditor • Safety-in Charge • HSE assistant • Safety Engineers • HSE officers • Design Engineer fire protection • Estimation Engineer Fire protection • Fire Alarm Technician • Fire protection technician. The market is distributed • 50% in safety jobs • 20-25% fire engineering jobs • 25% with fire fighting jobs.
Ensure the safety of the employees by making them aware of the possible accidents through educative seminars. Make them aware of the usage of various safety gadgets through demonstrative sessions. Making them alert of accidents through safety posters etc.Ensuring that the measures are put into practice by the employees. In short, his job is to ensure that employee gets back home with 10 fingers on his hands and toes. His job is to educate them on the Do’s and Don’ts at the workplace. His job is to manage them and supervise them. He has nothing to do with fire or fire fighting especially if his job is in construction sector.
Yes, the course for engineers is Diploma in Fire Safety engineering. As far as Mechanical /Civil /electrical/Chemical/Electronics engineers are concerned this is an added advantage. With a number of engineers flooding the market, engineers are to face a high competition. Safety Diploma opens a new career track with less competition and a much better pay. Get employed as: • Safety Engineers • HSE officers • Design Engineer fire protection • Estimation Engineer Fire protection • Senior positions in Safety.
Yes, Practical Training will be given as per the Industry Standards. Considerable importance is given to hands-on training in this program. Candidates need to do ‘On the Job Training’ in various companies for which study centre helps the candidates so that their placements can be done appropriately after completion of the course with Practical Training exposure.

Career Prospects And Job Opportunities

  • Fire and Safety professionals have both government and private job opportunities available in front of them. Some of the major recruiters are –
  • Government Fire fighting department
    • Oil Companies
    • Refineries
    • Chemical Plants
    • Industries
    • Electricity boards
    • Fire Safety training institutes
    • Construction firms
    • Armed forces
    • Government departments
    • In the above mentioned work set-ups, Diploma course passed students may don the following roles –
    • Safety officer
    • Safety supervisor
    • Fireman
    • Safety instructor

Our Affiliation & Recognition:

  • Authorized training centre of RDAT (Regional Director of Apprentice Training) Ministry of Labour & Employment
  • NIFSE offers Diploma, Degree & PG Courses approved by UGC, DEB, AICTE & Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India
  • NIFSE is Co-ordinate with Maharashtra State Board Technical Education (MSBTE) Govt. of India

Membership & Associate :

  • NSC - National Safety Council
  • OSHA's - United State of America
  • Pioneer Solar - Australia
  • NEBOSH - United Kingdom

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Regional Director Profile

Shri.Suchil Ch. Boraah(Retired). Deputy Controller, Civil Defence

3 Times awarded by President of India

2 Times Gold Medallist

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