FIRE TRAINING

The Regulatory Reform (Fire safety) Order (RRO) requires employers to train staff in the actions to be taken in the event of fire and basic fire awareness.

We currently provide two workplace fire training courses (Fire Basic Course and Fire Warden Course), which are both structured to meet the requirements of the RRO and can also be tailored to suit individual needs.

A Certificate will be issued to all persons completing the course.

Fire Warden Course

Course Overview

This is a 3 hour course for employees nominated as Fire Wardens in their workplace. The course covers both emergency and non-emergency issues of this vital role and equips attendees with the appropriate level of understanding to perform this role safely in their workplace.

Who should attend?

  • Persons with the responsibility for implementing the organisations fire evacuation procedures
  • Persons appointed as Fire Wardens or Deputy Fire Wardens
  • It is also suitable for persons who have a direct responsibility for developing or improving existing evacuation procedures to maintain effectiveness in a changing environment

Course Objectives

By the end of the course the attendee will have:

  • Greater understanding of the behaviour of fire
  • Know the actions to taken in the event of fire
  • Understand the use and identify the different types of fire extinguishers
  • Understand the different classifications of fire
  • Understand the procedure for dealing with an incident in the workplace
  • Understand the emergency and non-emergency roles of a fire warden

Duration

  • 3 hours carried out ‘on site’ (by arrangement)
  • Up to 10 persons per course

Course Fees

Fire Warden: £450

Fire Basic Course

Course Overview

This is a 2 hour course for all employees, volunteers, and long term contractors.  The course covers a range of issues detailed in Home Office and HSE guides.

Who should attend?

  • All persons employed are required to receive fire training initially, as appropriate, and when there is a change of circumstances
  • It is recommended that employees at least once a year attend this course

Course Objectives

By the end of the course the attendee will have:

  • Greater understanding of the behaviour of fire
  • Know the actions to taken in the event of fire
  • Understand the use and identify the different types of fire extinguishers
  • Understand the different classifications of fire
  • Understand the procedure for dealing with an incident in the workplace

Duration

  • 2 hours carried out ‘on site’ (by arrangement)
  • Up to 10 persons per course

Course Fees

Fire Basic: £350


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