Fire Training

It's Not Just for Firemen

Virtual training on how to use a fire extinguisher

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What Qualifies Us?

In addition to our NICET certification, we carry many diplomas of service and training, like NAFED, for our brands. We employ efficiency and dedication to our mission as a leading, nationally certified fire safety organization.

The staff consistently learns and educates on new training practices, compliant standards, and repair methods to maintain competency and integrity at the highest level. We use these strategies to teach the public to manage safety when an emergency strikes.

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How Can We Help?


From experience, certifications, and hundreds of training hours, we have the expertise to train participants on fire safety knowledge and the proper ways to extinguish a fire. Whether using ABC Dry Chemical, Wet Chemical, CO2, water, or Clean Agent fire suppression, it’s better to be prepared than sorry. Through our educational videos and guides, we instruct our students on safety consciousness and ways to decrease panic.

Whether through live training or simulation courses, it’s our responsibility to keep everyone safe physically and mentally with the proper tutorials and techniques. Take a look at our blog video on the P.A.S.S. method for operating fire extinguishers.

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Fire Training Video

Learn to read labels on fire extinguishers and how to operate an extinguisher using the P.A.S.S. method

Fire Guide

Know your labels. See our public education on fire safety principles.


Training complies with HFAP, Joint Commission, and other accrediting bodies.


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Further Protection

Marmic Fire & Safety is a one-stop safety company. We make your safety our life’s mission. We equip retail, medical, commercial, and industrial establishments with hazard analysis.

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