Courses and environments

With the following procedures Play it Safe teaches you step by step the procedures and actions that are necessary to go through a training and help to ensure awareness among your personnel. this list is extended (the planned training courses can change according to demand).

Fire prevention:

Level 1

  • Internal alarm: red alarm buttons and internal emergency number.
  • External alarm: contact emergency services.
  • Extinguishing media: fire extinguisher, fire reel and fire blanket.
  • Fire extinguisher foam: short with actions use learning.
  • Fire blanket: learn how to use it action based.
  • Fire hose reel: learn how to use it action based.
  • Fire extinguisher CO2: learn how to use it action based.
  • Fire extinguisher Powder: learn how to use it action based.

Level 2

  • Starting Fire: small fire situation, raising the internal alarm, trying to extinguish it.
  • Major Fire: Extensive fire, internal alarm, external alarm, evacuation.
  • Smoke development: Fire with smoke situation, internal alarm, attempted extinguishing, external alarm, evacuation.
  • Evacuation for general personnel.
  • Evacuation for leaders
  • Emergency plan for general personnel (industrial)
  • Emergency plan for leaders (industrial)

Level 3

  • Evacuation of immobile patients: evacuation by wheelchair
  • Evacuation of immobile patients: evacuation bedridden by blanket or s-cape-pod.

First Aid:

Level 1

  • 4 First Aid Steps

Level 2

  • Abdomen to back – technique
  • First aid kit
  • Vital Functions
  • Rautek maneuver – technique
  • Stable lateral position – technique

Level 3

  • AED
  • Chocking
  • Reanimation
  • Shock
  • Unconscious victim with breathing

Level 4

  • Amputation
  • Carbon monoxide poisoning
  • Diabetes hyperglycemia
  • Diabetes hypo
  • Electrification
  • Head and vertebral injury
  • Heart attack
  • Poisoning
  • Severe burns
  • Stroke
  • Unconsciousness

Level 5

  • Abrasion
  • Burns
  • Caring for sprains
  • Concussion
  • Epilepsy
  • Faintness (syncope)
  • Hyperventilation
  • Nosebleed
  • Poster – Emergency numbers

Level 6

  • Move victim (Rautek)
  • Poster – dressing techniques
  • Poster – techniques


Level 1

  • Desk ergonomics : steps to correct a desk situation action based from various erroneous starting situations.
  • Basic ergonomics for retail and logistics
  • Manual lifting and handling techniques basics

Level 2

  • Manual lifting and handling techniques advanced
  • Tools and pallets
  • Checkout register retail: steps to correct a checkout register situation action based from various erroneous starting situations.

General safety:

Level 1

  • Find the errors in the environment (Site building and Site infra): some errors are randomly selected from a growing list of currently more than 10 errors. Learn to see the errors and learn how to solve them. In environment hospital and others (to be discussed).
  • Safety symbols: place symbols next to the correct meaning, different themes.
  • Asbestos recognition: recognition of asbestos situations on the basis of pictures and initial procedure if positive.
  • Working at height: mobile scaffold tower.
  • PPE (2022): wear the right clothing for your environment.
  • Internal traffic (2022): basics about use of forklifts

Level 2

  • Asbestos analysis: what if you discover asbestos.
  • Asbestos situations: find the 10 asbestos situations in the construction site.
  • Loading and unloading of liquids: safety aspects in this proces.


Level 1

  • Dealing with aggression: Guidelines on situations with aggressive customers or patients.
  • Dealing with physical aggression (2022): Guidelines on situations with physical aggressive customers or patients.
  • Burn-out: what is a burn-out?
  • Burn-out: how do you deal with a burn-out?
  • Burn-out: how do you a burn-out?


Level 1

  • Hand hygiene alcohol gel: guidelines on hygiene in a patient environment.
  • Hand hygiene soap and water: guidelines on hygiene in a patient environment.
  • Corona guidelines: Recognizing symptoms and steps to take.


The following environments are, depending on their nature, also equipped with a changing room, toilet, hallway,…

  • Offices
  • Offices with adjoining customer area
  • Kitchen with dining area and customer area
  • Building construction
  • Construction infra
  • Public space construction (hospital)
  • Factory with production and logistics
  • Recreational area with parking and street
  • Shop space (clothing, food, …)
  • Workshop with machines
  • Hospital
  • Office with open workplace
  • Client environment with underlying agencies (banking, insurance, care reception…)
  • Industrial loading and unloading environment. (truck to silos, storage…)
  • House and living space