FIRE MARSHAL TRAINING
The Fire Marshal Training Course gives delegates an all round knowledge of how to prevent a fire from happening, prevention is always better than cure. A clear understanding of their responsibilities, duties and role as a Fire Warden/Marshal and what to do in the event of a fire. As well as covering theoretical and practical implications which will enable delegates to undertake an efficient and orderly evacuation of their building in an emergency situation.
About the course
Course overview: This non-live fire combined Fire Marshal Training Course and Fire Warden Training Course is designed to assist the employer in providing sufficient instruction and training to meet the bulk of the legal requirements as referred to in The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. It covers staff evacuation procedures and equips attendees with an appropriate level of understanding to carry out the role of the Fire Warden or Fire Marshal safely in their workplace.
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The current minimum age to take the Fire Marshal Training Course is 16 years old.
Duration: One Day Course
Location: On Site or at our training centre in Littlehampton.
On site training: A quiet room is required with an electrical power socket. All course material is provided.
Cost: Please call us for a quote as this will depend on the number of students.
Award: A4 Size Certificate & Record of Training
Whats in the course?
- The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005
- The significant findings of the fire risk assessment (if provided)
- Company fire safety procedures
- Fire Safety Measures and Systems
- Causes of fire
- The nature of fire and smoke
- Human behaviour in fires
- Classification of fires and types of fire extinguishers
- Fire extinguisher inspection and emergency use
- Fire marshal and fire warden non emergency duties
- Fire drills
- Fire hazard spotting
- Staff fire training
- Fire marshal and fire warden Emergency duties
- Evacuation systems and accounting methods
Who should attend: Staff with specific duties in the event of fire such as the nominated competent persons who have a responsibility for implementing the company fire evacuation procedure or a direct responsibility for developing or improving existing evacuation procedures.
Objectives: At the end of the course the student will:
Be aware of the dangers of fire
- Understand what to do in the event of a fire alarm
- Be able to safely evacuate the building
- Fire procedures in the workplace
- Responding to the fire alarm
- Responding to an outbreak of fire
- Practical use of fire extinguishers
- Understand The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005