Fire Awareness training packages

Half-Day Fire Marshal Training

The Half-Day Fire Marshal training course is designed for all levels of staff who have fire safety responsibilities and who may need to safely operate fire extinguishers.

This course is run by fully qualified instructors and provides the underpinning knowledge to meet the legal requirements of those employees who are nominated as Fire Marshals.

All students will receive a certificate of attendance.

 

The course consists of:

  • Triangle of fire
  • Common causes of fire
  • Chemistry of fire and how fire spreads
  • Action on discovering a fire
  • Fire extinguishers: Theory
  • Fire extinguishers: Practical
  • Fire precautions regulations/legislation
  • Hazard spotting/hazard reduction
  • Daily and Weekly Fire Checks
  • Fire Notices
  • Safety features within buildings
  • Record Keeping
  • Calling the Fire Service

On completion of this training session, delegates will have a clear understanding of their roles as Fire wardens within the context of their own company.

 

The One-Day Fire Warden Training

This course is specifically designed for all levels of staff who have a more detailed specific responsibilities within the workplace of a dedicated Fire Warden, and who may need to also coordinate an evacuation as well as safely operate fire extinguishers.

Many local Fire & Rescue Services are no longer responding to Automatic Fire Alarms (AFA’s). Therefore, it is essential that your staff are aware of what to do in the event of an actuation. This course will provide the necessary training and preparedness in what to do and how to “meet and greet” the Fire Service.

All students will receive a certificate of attendance.

The course consists of:

  • Triangle of Fire
  • Common causes of fire
  • Chemistry of fire and how fire spreads
  • Action on discovering a fire
  • Extinguishing Fires at Work Video
  • Fire extinguishers: Practical
  • Fire extinguishers: Theory
  • Fire precautions regulations/legislation
  • Hazard spotting/hazard reduction
  • The Role of the Fire Warden/Marshall
  • Daily and Weekly Fire Checks
  • Fire Notices
  • Evacuation procedures
  • Evacuating people with special needs
  • Liasing with Fire Controllers/Fire Service
  • Safety features within buildings
  • Record Keeping
  • Staff induction

This course is ideal for compliance with the regulations, and provides the underpinning knowledge to meet that requirement.