This course has been updated following the introduction of the Fire Safety Order 2005 which requires a ‘responsible person’ be nominated to manage fire safety. Part of their responsibility is to ensure provision of suitably trained Fire Marshalls. Experienced fire training professionals use the latest equipment and focus on teaching realistic fire management techniques. Delegates are taught the correct selection and use of fire extinguishers via a practical, real fire demonstration. The course can be run in-house and customised to suit the fire risks posed by your specific working environment.
Who’s it for?
This course is suitable for employees who may be part of a first response team or have specific fire safety responsibilities to the designated ‘Responsible person’.
- Fire Safety Order 2005
- Responsible person
- The truth about fire
- Causes of fire and ignition sources
- Fire prevention measures
- Fire extinguisher use and inspection
- Emergency procedures
- Inspection records
- Hot works permits
- Fire hazard identification & risk control
- Emergency plans
- Client specific topics
By the end of the course the delegates will have been given a working knowledge of fire safety procedures/policy and will be able to provide assistance to the fire safety manager.
Assessment: On completion of the course, delegates will each receive a certificate of attendance.
Duration: 6 hours contact time, this course can be run in-house for up to 12 delegates.