Fire Marshall / Warden Training Course

Fire Marshall / Warden Training Course

Fire Training Courses

This course is Fire Marshall / Warden Training Course. Our fire wardens / fire marshal training courses offers professional training and includes some health and safety training due to the fire wardens / fire marshal duties.All fire wardens / fire marshal training takes place at your business location.

Once trained, your fire marshals will be able to conduct all future risk assessments; speed up emergency evacuations; and provide other employees with fire safety training. They’re an essential investment for any company.

We provide tutor-led training courses that are usually delivered at your business premises. This can ensure the most cost-effective use of your personnel’s time.

Fire Marshall / Warden Training Course

The training timings can flexible for the start of the training course. This training location may be chosen by the customer. We deliver high quality training courses through the East Midlands, South and East Yorkshire as well as Lincolnshire.

Fire Marshall / Warden Training Course cover:

Basic fire risk assessments
How to conduct risk assessments for your business

Fire extinguisher training and practice
Your extinguishers will be refilled if discharged

Bespoke modules
bespoke specific to your business risks

Emergency evacuations
Including assembly point training

If you wish to book this training course just Email Ian Now or call Ian now on 07775877057 to book your training course today. If you like this course you may like the Work Equipment Safety.
Updated 15/11/2016

Fire Safety Awareness Training Course

Fire Safety Awareness Training Course

Fire Training Courses
This fire safety awareness training course is for all staff in the workplace prepared should a fire occur in the workplace, with this course teaching delegates the correct protocol to follow in an emergency situation. This is essential knowledge for ensuring the safety of your workforce, and a should be at the forefront of training priorities.

The course complies with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, and familiarises delegates with fire safety practices and equipment.

If you like this training course why not look at Fire Marshall / Warden Training Course

We provide tutor-led training courses that are usually delivered at your business premises. This can ensure the most cost-effective use of your personnel’s time.

fire risk

The training timings can flexible for the start of the training course. This training location may be chosen by the customer. We deliver high quality training courses through the East Midlands, South and East Yorkshire as well as Lincolnshire.

Fire Safety Awareness Training Course

Main Topics
• Introduction to fire safety.
• Responding to a fire.
• Extinguisher essentials – colour codes and different types.
• Alarms, evacuation and assembly.
• Defence against fires, eg. Fire doors.
• How fires are caused.
• Identifying and reducing risks.
• Preventing spread of fire.
• Meeting legal guidelines and legislation
If you wish to book this training course just Email Ian Now or call Ian now on 07775877057 to book your training course today. If you like this course you may like the Work Equipment Safety
Updated 10/11/2016

Fire Risk Assessment

Fire Risk Assessment

Fire Training Courses
Why we need Fire Risk Assessment?
As from the 1st October 2006 The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. Requires the Responsible Person of any business premises to carry out a fire risk assessment. This includes measures to reduce or eliminate the risk of fire, and identify persons at risk.

Objective of a Risk Assessment.

The principles contained in the fire safety order is to use a risk assessment approach, which is goal based and flexible. The Responsible Person generates the risks in the workplace, therefore, to safeguard the safety of employees, the Responsible Person must :

  • Identify fire hazards and people at risk and to remove or reduce the risk of those hazards causing harm to as low as is reasonably practicable; and
  • to determine what fire safety measures and management policies are necessary to ensure the safety of people in the building should fire occur by
  • Reducing the probability of a fire starting.
  • Ensuring that all occupants are alerted and can leave the premises safely its the event of a fire.
  • Limiting the effects should a fire occur

Fire Risk Assessment

Identifying fire hazards and possible sources of ignition
Possible sources of ignition are:-
  • Defective electrical fittings and defective or misuse of electrical apparatus – light bulbs and fluorescent tubes too close to combustible materials, misuse or defective electrical extension leads and adapters, faulty or damaged wiring.
  • Matches, Lighters, Candles and Smoking materials.
  • Flame or sparks from a work process such as welding, cutting, grinding or the use of a hot air gun.
  • Sources of frictional heat.
  • Electrostatic discharges.
  • Ovens, kilns, open hearths, furnaces or incinerators.
  • Boilers, engines and other oil burning equipment.
  • Portable heaters.
  • Cooking equipment, including deep fat fryers.
  • The threat of arson must not be overlooked and the malicious firing of combustible materials.
Fire risk Assessment

Potential sources of fuel and unsafe situations:-

  • Any combustibles – These can be divided into two main groups; combustible fuels such as paper, wood, cardboard, etc.; and highly combustible fuels such as thinners, solvents, polyurethane foam, etc.
  • Any unsafe procedures or acts – Persons undertaking unsafe acts such as smoking next to combustible materials.
  • Any unsafe conditions – These are hazards that may assist a fire to spread in your workplace, e.g. if there are large areas of hardboard or polystyrene tiles etc., or open stairs that can cause a fire to spread quickly, trapping people and involving the whole building.
  • One hazard that is often overlooked is bad housekeeping and is the easiest to correct. It is responsible for many small fires either starting or certainly spreading and involving far more of the premises than was necessary.

If you wish to book this training course just Email Ian Now or call Ian now on 07775877057 to book your training course today. If you like this subject you may like the Fire Marshall / Warden Training Course.

Updated 10/11/2016